Develop Your Neuropathy Treatment Regime The question asked most often at the Calgary Neuropathy Association is what can I do to make my neuropathy better. Neuropathy relief is hard to find and more than likely its not one thing…
Dr. James Truong of the Alberta Health Institute shares with us the difference is between detox, cleansing and drainage and why is it so important for our body and nerves. Also, learn about when these processes are stuck or not working properly how that can affect the rest of the body namely our nervous system.
Do you need 10 simple things to help your neuropathy symptoms? Someone diagnosed with neuropathy quickly learns their doctor’s ability to help is limited. Fortunately, most people with neuropathy are able to find some levels of pain and fatigue relief,…
For some of us, pain is a constant unwanted companion in our journey through life. As individuals living with pain, we have a burden to carry and a responsibility to self-care. It’s a constant balancing act we try to manage…
Some of the best shoes for those who suffer from neuropathy are athletic shoes, but not all of them are made equal. This posts looks at some shoes that may provide benefit for those with neuropathy.
Stimulation of our biggest nerves Neuropathic pain presents itself in a variety of ways making it hard to pinpoint its source. As our parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) integrates with our central nervous system (CNS), there are methods that help these…
This video provides tips to make your home more safe and help prevent trips and falls. Medical calls make up over 50% of the calls the Calgary Fire Department responds to.
It can be hard for some of us to sit and really think at length about our pain, most of the time we are doing everything we can to avoid thinking about it. Still, it is a way you can advocate for yourself with your medical team and others by providing that fuller, detailed description about your pain.
With any exercise remember to:
– Start slow
– Listen to your body
– Rest between each set
Sugar Crush has been one of our favorite books about how food, specifically sugar, impact the nerves.
Even if the root cause of your peripheral neuropathy is not sugar based, there are valuable lessons in this book to prevent sugar from compounding the condition.