Neuremedy Provides Hope for Sufferers of Neuropathy
For years, people suffering with peripheral neuropathy have been told that there's nothing that can be done for them, other than taking medication to manage the discomfort. Peripheral neuropathy is a syndrome in which nerves are damaged and results in a numbness or pain in the lower extremity.
There are definite causes of neuropathy that can be found. For instance, it is a common occurrence with diabetes. The process that causes neuropathy in diabetics is the diminished capacity of the small vessels in the extremity. You can read more about diabetic neuropathy, its causes and treatment in an earlier post here.
Recent studies have shown that many people suffering from peripheral neuropathy have low plasma levels of the essential nutrient thiamine (vitamin B1). Thiamine is necessary for proper nerve function. Food alone is not sufficient to elevate the levels of the nutrient. In my practice, I've been using Neuremedy, which has a bioactive form of thiamine called benfotiamine. Benfotiamine has been used since the early 1960's to successfully treat tens of thousands of people suffering from peripheral neuropathy in Asia and Europe. Neuremedy does not have any adverse effects and does not interact with any medication.
Many of my patients, who have been previously told that there's nothing that can be done for them, have found improvement with taking Neuremedy. While it does not work for everyone, I have been impressed with the results so far.
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Dr. Andrew Schneider