Overcoming Pain Due To Peripheral Neuropathy In Diabetics?
Neoropaths caused by diabetes, can they be cured or forever, have to take medication so that the pain in the buttocks is not felt. Thank you
Diabetic neuropathy is a common complication of diabetes. Neuropathy (nerve disorders) occurs when nerve fibers are damaged due to uncontrolled increase in blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia). Inflammation that occurs in diabetes generally affects the most distant part of the body (peripheral) so this condition is also often referred to as peripheral neuropathy.
There are several steps you can take to treat diabetic neuropathy, namely:
Doing a healthy lifestyle
Controlling blood sugar levels, can be done a healthy lifestyle or consumption of antidiabetic drugs
Take a neurotropic vitamin such as vitamin B6 or B12
Apart from diabetic neuropathy, the condition of the occurrence of pain in the buttocks down can also be caused by several things such as ischialgia or disorders of the spine. Regarding these conditions, you should check with your doctor first to determine the cause of your complaint and get treatment in accordance with the underlying condition. The recommendations for you are as follows:
Do a healthy lifestyle
Check your blood sugar levels regularly and consult your doctor
You can take vitamin B6 or B12 to help relieve your complaints
Immediately consult your doctor if complaints persist or worsen
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