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[Guild] Type 2 Diabetes - Diabetes And Gastroparesis

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Focal: Focal neuropathy, also known as Pure Natural Research’s Blood Sugar Formula Review mononeuropathy, differs in that it is limited to only affecting one area of the body or one specific group of nerves. Although it can be found in the chest, back or eyes, the most common areas that are affected are the thigh, foot and wrist. Focal neuropathy is not as common as autonomic neuropathy, and generally only affects individuals who have had diabetes for at least 25 years, making older diabetics much more susceptible to it.

When present in the back, the pain can extend down into the upper thighs. When the eyes are affected, the diabetic can feel discomfort when they try to move their eyes from side to side and they can even experience double vision. If their legs or feet are affected, the individual will feel an increase in pain when their legs are crossed which causes the nerves to become even more impinged. Even something as simple as placing your elbows down on a hard surface can create pain in your wrists and hands. A good example of this is carpal tunnel syndrome.

Although focal neuropathy can come on rather suddenly it also has the ability to lessen in intensity on its own after a few months. Peripheral: Peripheral neuropathy directly affects nerves within the brain and the spinal cord since these areas are part of the peripheral system. This means your extremities such as your arms, hands, fingers, legs, feet and toes, are the targeted areas. Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy include the affected area feeling tingly or numb and it can sometimes even be accompanied by a burning sensation. Eventually, it will progress to the point the sensation of touch is lessened or it can be lost completely. ... gar-formula-review/