Posted on Tuesday 06 November 2018 10:51
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – In some people, some blood vessels are diabetes patients, including small blood vessels that feed the nerves known as diabetic neuropathy.
According to the German journal Dieberts Rattiger, diabetic neuropathies include third nerve palsy, monoarthritis, diabetic muscular dystrophy, multiple neuropathic neuropathy, involuntary neuralgia, and internal and thoracic neuropathy.
Diabetic neuropathy affects all peripheral nerves: pain fibers, motor neurons and involuntary nerves. Thus, it can affect all the organs and organs of the body, all are fed by nerves.
The main symptoms are numbness and tingling in the upper and lower extremities, decreased or decreased sensation loss in the body, and urinary incontinence due to loss of bladder control and visual changes.
In addition to drug therapy, diabetic neuropathy can be controlled by controlling blood sugar, weight loss, and regular exercise, and also by leaving the cigarette and alcohol as they produce additional nerve damage.