Doctors often prescribe pregabalin, also sold as Lyrica, to help their patients with diabetic neuropathy, to get relief from pain. A team of researchers found, “Higher doses of pregabalin have been shown to be more effective in improving pain outcomes but, in practice, failing to appropriately increase the dose can leave patients under-treated.” One source… Continue reading Study finds patients may be taking pregabalin at lower levels than possible to reduce neuropathic pain.
An ancient treatment for pain relief, acupuncture, may have some use in the treatment of painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy according to a research paper published in “Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology.” The study showed acupuncture improved nerve conduction and assessment of subjective symptoms in 16 of the 21 patients who received the treatment over a period… Continue reading Acupuncture Treatment For Peripheral Neuropathy
The One Essential Mineral For Nerve Growth Researchers have found magnesium supplements have actually aided in regrowing damaged nerve cells. They performed scientific tests where mice were split into three groups and fed low, normal or high-magnesium diets. The mice given food with magnesium supplements displayed marked improvement in neurobehavioral abilities electrophysiological functions enhanced signs of nerve regeneration reduced deposits… Continue reading Magnesium For Nerveneuropathy