Peripheral neuropathy is often called “the most common disease you’ve never heard of.”
Over 42 million Americans suffer from it. That’s almost double the number of heart disease patients.
Neuropathy can cause excruciating and debilitating nerve pain, especially in the hands and feet.
Diabetes and prediabetes are the root cause of 40 million of the cases. Other causes include traumatic injury and autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.… Read More