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Things You Can Do to Help Neuropathy

The first thing you need to know about Neuropathy is that B Vitamins are needed by the body to build healthy nerves.

In order to see a improvement and build healthy nerves, you need to find out what will burn up B vitamins and thus slow your progress.   It a matter of math, if you are taking things that uses up the B Vitamins, you need more of the B vitamins to make progress. 

Drinking a lot of coffee, tea and soft drinks (including de-caffeinated coffee, tea and soft drinks) cause the loss of both water and water-soluble B vitamins from the body.   Heavy smoking, drinking of alcohol, use of antibiotics and birth control pills, as well as stress can all burn up B vitamins.    

There are many prescription medications that have neuropathy listed as a side effect.  Realize that if you are taking one or more of the medications, it can add to the amount of time it will take for you to see results.

Taking the right nutrients will still build healthy nerves, it may just take longer, or you might need to take more of the B vitamins you take on a daily basis.

If you have any question about your medications and the side effects associated with neuropathy you can check at www.drugs.com and www.rxlist.com.  You can also check the literature that comes with your medication (this is actually what is listed on these websites).

Fortunately neuropathy can be helped with the correct nutritional support as
B vitamins are needed to build healthy nerves.

For more about Building Healthy Nerves


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