Why NerveReverse?

Are you taking Lyrica, Cymbalta, Gabapentin, or opiods for your Neuropathy?  Did you know that these medications do nothing to fix the problem?  Yes, these medications may help with your neuropathy symptoms, but they do not fix the underlying problem which is unhealthy nerves.  You probably have some unpleasant side effects with taking these medications as well.  Your nerves will continue to degenerate if you aren’t doing something to get them healthy again.  NerveReverse was formulated to overcome these issues and solve neuropathy problems rather than just having a “temporary solution” on the problem.  NerveReverse was formulated to give your nerves the nutrition they need in order to become healthy again.

Roughly 29 million people in the United States have diabetes and 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year.  To say it’s an epidemic is an understatement.  Although, there are many complications with diabetes, one of the most common complications is peripheral neuropathy.

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Although peripheral neuropathy can be defined as nerve damage to your peripheral nervous system, the most common type of peripheral neuropathy is damage to the nerves in your feet and hands caused by diabetes.

Diabetic peripheral neuropathy that has not been managed can cause amputation of lower limbs.  In fact, diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) is the number one cause of non-traumatic lower limb amputations in the United States. Every year 54,000 people have amputations because of diabetic neuropathy.  The sad thing is that most of these amputations can be prevented.

Why does diabetes cause nerve damage?

Prolonged exposure to high blood sugar can damage nerve fibers causing diabetic neuropathy. Also, high blood sugar can damage the capillaries that supply the nerves with oxygen and nutrients. Metformin, a drug commonly prescribed for diabetes, also inhibits B12 absorption which is a necessary nutrient for nerve health. Smoking and alcohol abuse can also worsen diabetic neuropathy.

How do I know if I have neuropathy?
Many people have nerve damage and don’t even realize they have it.  If you have diabetes, it is important that you get checked by your doctor once/year to determine if you have nerve damage.  If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms in your hands and/or feet talk to your doctor: numbness, tingling, shooting pain, weakness.  If you have these symptoms but you have not been diagnosed with diabetes, it is important to talk to your doctor right away and get tested for diabetes.  Although nerve damage can be caused by other factors, diabetes is the most common.
Is there anything that can be done to treat neuropathy?

Yes!! Most people are told by their doctors that neuropathy cannot be fixed and to just “deal with it”. Health care providers often provide prescriptions such as Lyrica and Cymbalta to control the symptoms of neuropathy which do help some patients’ symptoms. Most patients have unwanted side effects from these medications and quit taking them. The biggest issue with these medications is that they do nothing to fix the problem which is to treat the damaged nerves- they simply treat the pain caused by the damaged nerves. Although, the pain may be better from taking these medications, the problem will continue to get worse and worse until something is done to treat the underlying cause of the nerve damage. NerveReverse is specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of people with peripheral neuropathy. By using clinical studies as a guide, NerveReverse is the most advanced formula on the market designed to treat your nerves without any of the side effects that are so common in the pharmaceuticals currently being recommended. It’s time to finally get your life back and treat your neuropathy instead of simply masking the problem with pain medications.

Did you know that Metformin, a commonly-prescribed Diabetes medication, can cause neuropathy?

The very medication that you are taking to control your diabetes can cause a B12 deficiency, which in turn can cause neuropathy.  It seems rather unsettling that the medication you are taking to control one disease ends up causing another disease.  Diabetic neuropathy is commonly mis-diagnosed when, in fact, it is just simply a B12 deficiency.  If your doctor isn’t checking your B12 levels regularly, he/she should be, especially if you are diabetic and taking Metformin.  NerveReverse contains a high amount (2,000mcg) of the most biovavailable form of B12 on the market.  This keeps your nerves healthy and repairs damaged nerves by giving them the B12 they need.

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