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Description of Diabetic nerve pain

DescriptionAccording to dictionary definition  Diabetic neuropathy is a condition where the nerves in the body are damaged due to high sugar levels in the blood caused by diabetes. This condition can occur in diabetics over the course of time. Common symptoms include, experience tingling pain, numbness, and loss of feeling especially in the hands, arm regions, feet, and legs.

Nerve complications can occur in almost all organs including the heart, digestive system, and even the sex organs. Neuropathies of different kinds occur in about 60% to 70% of all diabetics, especially patients who have had the condition for over 25 years.  Causes and Risk FactorsAccording to dictionary definition  The causes may vary depending on the type of neuropathy. Factors responsible for are:1. Metabolic factors such as:a) High blood glucose levelb) Prolonged periods of suffering from diabetesc) Abnormal levels of fatsd) Low insulin levels2. Neurovascular factors that may cause damage to the blood vessels that transport oxygen and other nutrients to nerves.3. Autoimmune factors that may bring about inflammation to the nerves4. Mechanical injury to the nerves  Signs and SymptomsAccording to dictionary definition  Symptoms can develop gradually over several years and may vary depending on the nerve that has been affected. Some common symptoms include:1. Troubled digestion2. Feeling of being satiated3. Occasional heartburns4. Nausea5. Diarrhea6. Constipation7. Troubled swallowing8. Nerve damage may bring about loss of sensation in the arms and legs.9. Unable to notice when something hot comes into contact with the skin10. Faster heart rate  Treatment and PreventionAccording to dictionary definition  1. Treatment of nausea and vomiting include sleeping in an inclined position (head raised).2. Diabetic nerve disease can be prevented by:a) Eat smaller portions of food frequentlyb) Eat a healthy dietc) Exercise regularlyd) Do not skip medications  

 

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