Dealing with neuropathy can be frustrating and difficult, especially with the varying symptoms that many people experience. Most cases are unique to one another, and may require different tests, medications, and other therapies to provide the best possible treatment. If you have been struggling with some of the following issues and are unsure what is causing these medical issues, you may be dealing with common neuropathy symptoms.
Numbness, a tingling feeling in the feet, hands, or limbs is a common symptom associated with neuropathy. Because neuropathy deals with nerve damage and similar complications, pain is also a common symptom. The degree of pain is often different for each individual as well. Some may experience a sharp, throbbing, freezing, or burning pain that makes it difficult to go about day-to-day activities.
In addition, neuropathy symptoms can include things like lack of coordination, muscle weakness, digestive problems, dizziness or lightheadedness, or other changes in blood pressure. Each of these symptoms can cause serious problems for an individual, and when the cause is unknown or difficult to trace, neuropathy may be the issue.
This wide variety of symptoms is caused by the many different functions the nerves in the body have. Sensory, motor, and autonomic nerves each complete different tasks within the body, and when they are damaged or not working properly, many negative symptoms can occur.
If you are dealing with any of these symptoms and aren’t sure where to turn for help, feel free to call our team at Complete Rehab. We work hard to provide you with therapies and treatments that can alleviate and reverse your neuropathy symptoms, and even provide a cure. Contact us today!