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Salt is a necessary part of how our nerves operate. Balancing sodium intake helps manage neuropathy symptoms.

100+ Things for Neuropathy Relief is an ongoing, evolving blog series that the CNA is committed to building to help everyone with neuropathy. CNA volunteer

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

Pressure points—those subtle areas on our bodies where arteries lie close to the skin’s surface—play a crucial role in our overall well-being.
Check your circulation In the realm of medicine, circulation refers to the movement of fluids—specifically blood—through the body.
Ketamine has undergone a transformation in recent years. Beyond its anesthetic properties, ketamine is now explored as a potential treatment.
The American Psychological Association describes it as a “therapeutic technique in which clinicians make suggestions to individuals who have undergone a procedure designed to relax
Lifting weights is a powerful practice that goes beyond building muscle. It plays a crucial role in maintaining overall health, especially when it comes to
A brief introduction to “natural analgesic” PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) PEA is “natural” in that it is a compound produced in the body and in foods such
Vitamin D helps on two fronts: improving neuropathy pain and bone integrity (reducing risk of fracture).

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