Can Diabetic Neuropathy Be Cured?

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Hello, I’m a 37-year-old man, I suffer from diabetes and neuropathy, my legs are numb and numbness and I feel burning in the body, what I want to ask, is that neuropathy has nerve damage where is it? nerves in the brain or nerves in my legs are damaged? can it be operated? Is there a natural remedy that can lower blood sugar and stabilize blood clums, I’ve heard that cinnamon can lower blood sugar levels, is that true? enlighten me please, thanks

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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease characterized by high levels of sugar in the blood due to a deficiency of the hormone insulin. The hormone insulin functions in reducing blood sugar levels by storing excess sugar in the tissues. My disease is characterized by typical symptoms, which are often hungry, thirsty and urinating. In laboratory tests, blood sugar levels will be exceeded normal levels, both during blood sugar and fasting.
Diabetes mellitus will continue to run if blood sugar levels are not controlled, causing disease complications. The complications are caused by damage to 3 things, namely peripheral nerve vessels, large blood vessels and small blood vessels. Diabetic neuropathy is a complication of diabetes mellitus due to peripheral nerve damage. If the numb and numb part is the right foot, then the damaged nerve is the nerve in the right foot, not the brain.
Patients with diabetic neuropathy are treated for blood sugar levels to be controlled by administering oral medication or injections of the hormone insulin depending on the severity of the disease. In addition, patients are also given nerve vitamins, which are vitamin B complex. In terms of treating patients with diabetes mellitus, it is expected that patients can change their lifestyle, by eating healthy foods (limiting food sources in the form of simplex carbohydrates such as sugar) and doing regular exercise (ie 3 times a week).
Regarding natural medicine, nothing can be recommended, including cinnamon. This type of treatment, is only limited to the use of traditional medicine, where the effect is not yet known to diabetes mellitus and the dose to be able to achieve the effectiveness of treatment and side effects have not been known to its users. So it still requires further research before it is used in the wider community
Thus, hopefully useful.

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