What Causes Feet Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that causes numbness, extreme sensitivity and/or pain in the lower legs, feet, arms and hands.
Not Just a Diabetic Condition
Nerve fibers can be damaged by high blood glucose levels. That’s why diabetes is one of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy. However, a number of other conditions may cause the condition, including:
- Autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis
- Bacterial or viral infections, including Lyme disease, shingles and Hepatitis C
- Trauma or repeated stress
- Vitamin deficiencies (alcoholism may be a contributing factor)
- Exposure to toxic substances (including some chemotherapy medications)
Peripheral neuropathy may go away if the underlying condition is effectively addressed. However, for chronic and/or untreatable conditions, peripheral neuropathy symptoms may only be able to be managed.
Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment
Neuropathy pain relief treatments vary depending on the cause. However, some pain relief strategies may work for most sufferers. Proper footwear, for instance, may relieve pain and prevent injury and/or sores.
Z-CoiL® Pain Relief Footwear® helps minimize the pain of diabetic/peripheral neuropathy by:
- Reducing impact to make each step more comfortable
- Providing ample foot room to encourage increased circulation
- Providing sufficient cushioning and removable insoles to prevent rubbing
Listen to Your Feet
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