The Neuropathy Solution
Peripheral Neuropathy is a slow, gradual dying process of the peripheral sensory nerves. This “slow dying” process results from “anoxia.” Anoxia means that there is insufficient oxygen available physiological processes. So insufficient oxygen to support normal nerve cell metabolism, there is a resulting loss of nerve signal transmission between the nerve cells.
What is Peripheral Neuropathy?
We now know that in Peripheral Neuropathy, dying nerves send sensory nerve transmissions back to the brain which are aberrant, or abnormal. They are painful, hot, and tingly signals which are interpreted by the sufferer as being very uncomfortable. This abnormal situation is due in large part to a larger-than-normal gap which is created between nerve synapses as the neurons that support them shrink and die in the presence of toxic blood. Therefore, these pathologically retracted neurons are now “set up” to malfunction since the wider space, or gap, makes the synaptic “electric” connection much less efficient for nerve signals to transmit correctly. The effect could perhaps be compared to how a “spark plug” works in a gasoline engine; the width of the gap needing to be very precise.
By following all of the recommended procedures outlined in The Neuropathy Solution you’ll be well on your way to correcting and normalizing this abnormal spacing between nerve synapses. Within The Neuropathy Solution you will also learn how you can restore the organic electrolyte material that is so desperately needed within this inter-neuronal gap to ensure that nerve signals happen in a normal, healthy manner.
Causes of Neuropathy
Neuropathy in the feet is a very common condition. According to the Neuropathy Association, over 20 million Americans suffer from peripheral neuropathy in the feet. Neuropathy can strike at any age, but it is more common among older adults. It is estimated that 30% of cases of neuropathies are idiopathic. “Idiopathic” implies there is an unknown cause. In 30% of cases, diabetes is the cause, yet the other 40% can be attributed to the items listed below:
- Deficiency of vitamins, especially vitamin B12
- Kidney failure
- Guillain-Barre Syndrome
- Exposure to radiation
- Systemic lupus erythematosus
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Morton’s neuroma, or “interdigital neuropathy”
- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Neuropathy affects many non-diabetic persons. Reduced oxygenation of the blood in the feet may occur because of:
- Being overweight
- sudden reduction of blood pressure
- HIV treatment
Strong medications like Gabapentin, Lyrica and OxyContin do not address the cause, nor do they cure Peripheral Neuropathy, but may suppress the symptoms in some cases. The causes of neuropathy do not resolve with these medications. The primary causes are decreased oxygenation in the feet. Increased waste products in the blood are another cause. This condition degenerates the sensory nerves resulting in the unwanted neuropathy symptoms.
Since drugs and surgery are not effective in the correction of neuropathy, resolving the condition requires more lifestyle management, patient education, and consistent involvement. This situation is too time consuming for most doctors.
Many patients can and do get rid of these symptoms, and nearly all can get significant improvement by following the simple do-it-yourself procedures presented in The Neuropathy Solution.
Those neuropathy sufferers who read and follow the simple, recommended self-management steps in The Neuropathy Solution consistently experience tremendous improvement. Furthermore, Dr. Labrum fully stands behind The Neuropathy Solution. If for any reason The Neuropathy Solution does not make sense to you, or deliver the results you feel it should, please return it for a full refund.
The Neuropathy Solution does not suggest the use of drugs, nor does it recommend surgery or any other invasive forms of treatment. The techniques and procedures recommended in the The Neuropathy Solution are safe, sure, and simple enough that virtually anyone can accomplish them.
Even without knowing the severity of your condition, what your age is, or the cause of your neuropathy, I am confident of this: You CAN get a worthwhile amount of improvement and correction of your neuropathy condition by following the recommendations being provided for you in The Neuropathy Solution program. Regardless of the parameters of each individual case, I have personally advised and managed many cases of neuropathy using this approach and have had satisfying results in every one, including my own. Most of these cases have received total relief, just as I did with my case. Please know that extremely advanced cases probably won’t achieve such dramatic results. But please be mindful that these types of patients would undoubtedly be grateful for even 10-30% improvement.
The Neuropathy Solution program is available for instant purchase and download at www.TheNeuropathySolution.com. Once you’ve downloadedThe Neuropathy Solution you can immediately begin implementing the recommended steps. It’s that simple and easy!
The Neuropathy Solution contains steps that, when followed as directed, can provide almost instantaneous relief.
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Dr. Labrum highly encourages each sufferer and student of neuropathy and related subjects to read as much related material as possible. It is important to gain exposure to a wide cross-section of treatments and theories. And to inspire you in this endeavor, Dr. Labrum has included a list of trusted titles publications on Neuropathy Resources page on this site. You can view these recommendations by clicking here.