Posted on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 10:51
Some of the blood vessels of some people suffer from diabetes, including small blood vessels, known as diabetic neuropathy (diabetic neuropathy), as well as large blood vessels nourish the nerves.
Diabetic neuropathy includes tertiary nerve palsy, multiple arthritis, diabetic muscular dystrophy, multiple neuropathic neuropathy, neuropathic neuropathy, and internal and thoracic neuropathy, said German journal Dieberts Rattiger.
Diabetic neuropathy affects all peripheral nerves: pain fibers, motor nerves, and non-voluntary nerves. So it can affect all organs and organs of the body and get nutrition by all nerves.
Its main symptoms are numbness and tingling of the upper and lower limbs, decreased or decreased sensation of the body parts, loss of bladder control and urinary incontinence due to visual changes.
In addition to medication, diabetic neuropathy can be controlled by controlling blood sugar, weight loss and regular exercise, and by causing additional nerve damage when smoking and alcohol are broken.