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The following video will provide you with comprehensive information provided by 2 neurologists regarding Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy.  It is almost 35 minutes long but is very detailed about the cause of the condition and the possible controlling factors.

I didn’t think much about having numb toes at first, but then over time things got a lot worse. Numb toes are nothing to sneeze at and should actually be taken very seriously as over time the pain and discomfort you will feel will end up dominating your life. The fact of the matter is that it should NOT dominate your life in any way. Find out how to prevent the pain and discomfort.

Peripheral Neuropathy comes with a lot of discomfort at times. I will show you this simple method that can significantly reduce the immediate discomfort of Peripheral Neuropathy

One of the primary reasons that people develop Peripheral Neuropathy is because of elevated blood sugar (glucose) levels. It only makes sense that you must control your glucose and lower it as much as you can which in many cases has the effect of abating the progress of Peripheral Neuropathy and in others it actually diminishes the pain and discomfort of Peripheral Neuropathy over time. In this video I cite a formal study and show you what you should be doing in order to lower your glucose with the aid of cinnamon. Even if you are not diabetic your glucose may now be elevated to a point that the cells in your body no longer tolerate very well. It is important to get started by measuring where you are right now in order to establish a base line and then try various simple remedies like cinnamon and see if it promotes lower glucose levels in your body.

There are an assortment of topical creams and ointments available to help relieve the numbness, tingling, burning sensation we call Peripheral Neuropathy Pain. In this video I show you how some creams are applied and what to watch out for.