5. Eat More Nuts
Nuts are high in various nutrients, such as vitamin H. Also known as biotin, vitamin H can improve the symptoms of neuropathy pain in those with diabetes. This food provide essential nutrition as well as fibre to keep the blood glucose levels under control and prevent the damaged to our nerves. You are recommended to eat from 4 to 5 nuts such as pecans, walnuts, and almonds each morning to take advantage of it for neuropathy.
6. Manage Stress
Peripheral neuropathy gets involved the nerve transporting information from the periphery to our central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). The nerves could be impacted by different causes including viruses, diabetes, metabolic problems and autoimmune diseases.
Regardless of the cause of peripheral neuropathy on any sufferer, stress and anxiety has a significant negative effect on all sufferers. Therefore, it is important to control stress to manage neuropathy symptoms. To combat stress and anxiety, you should breathe better by following this technique: taking as long as 5 seconds to breathe in, holding for 2 seconds and breathing out for 7 seconds. This technique is very useful in controlling anxiety.
Also, learn to distract your mind from concentrating too heavily on your own body, as just by doing so, your body’s movements will feel more natural again.
Practicing healing prayer, spending more of your time doing hobbies, and staying around family and friends are good stress relievers. Furthermore, acupuncture is another goo treatment for stress and pain caused by neuropathy.