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Neuropathy makes people feel pain when their nerves are damaged or not working right. It is possible to hurt the brain, spinal cord, and nerves that connect to the body. This system is made up of the brain and spinal cord.

 

Neuropathy means that one or more nerves in the body hurt or don't work right. Any part can get sick. There are four kinds of nerve pain:

  • Nerves in the arms, legs, feet, and hands that aren't in the brain or spinal cord hurt.
  • People with cranial neuropathy have nerves in their head that hurt.
  • It changes the muscles that connect to the stomach, heart, and other parts of the body.
  • It can happen to a nerve, a group of nerves, or a body part.

 

Pain killers like Pain o Soma 500 mg and Prosoma 500 mg were created to help people who have muscle pain. Nerves can't send pain signals to the brain when you take these medicines. You might feel sleepy or dizzy as a side effect.

 

Nerves are hurt or don't work right if you have neuropathy. A nerve's type or the place where it's found are often used to group things together. Nerve damage comes in four main types: brain, autonomic, focal, and periphery.

 

Damage to the nerves outside

Nerves that aren't in the brain or spinal cord are what we mean by these words. A lot of people will hurt, be stiff, or feel weak. They can happen anywhere on the body, but the feet and hands are where they happen most often. This condition can show up in the legs, shoulders, hips, or knees. Nerve damage in the arms and legs can be caused by diabetes, autoimmune diseases, and tumors.

 

Head nerve damage

Cranial neuropathy hurts nerves that come from the brain-stem or the brain. These nerves connect some parts of the head. It is possible for cerebral neuropathy to impact both the nerves that carry sound and sight. The optic nerve and the hearing nerve connect the brain to the eyes. It can hurt, make you feel weak, and make your cranium stiff. It might also make your eyes droop. Disorders, growths, or blows to the head can damage nerves in the brain.

 

Nerve damage in the body

Nerves that control digestion and the heart are hurt by autonomic neuropathy. There are different signs for each nerve and system because of this neuropathy. Having problems with your stomach, urine, or sexuality, or with sweating or getting dizzy are all signs. Most of the time, diabetes is to blame, but other autoimmune diseases or drugs can also do it.

 

Damage to certain nerves

When one nerve is hurt, this is called spot neuropathy. Hand, head, chest, or leg nerves hurt a lot of the time. You might be in pain, stiff, and weak if you have peripheral neuropathy. Fibromyalgia happens when nerves get tangled up between muscles and bones. A lot of people who have this issue also have carpal tunnel syndrome. Take the medicine Aspadol ER 200 mg to treat nerve pain.

 

Neuropathy can be broken down in more than four groups. For example, it can be broken down by reason or nerve count. More than one nerve is hurt in polyneuropathy. If you have too much diabetes, you will get diabetic neuropathy.

 

How can you tell if someone makes you angry?

Damage to nerves can look different depending on what kind it is and what caused it. You might have neuropathy if you notice any of these things:

  • If you are cold, shake, or have weakness,
  • Not being strong enough
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  • People with allodynia feel touch a lot.
  • Not enough heart rate or blood flow
  • Having to pee in public
  • If you have diarrhea, throw up, or trouble going to the bathroom,

 

How does nerve damage happen?

Several things can lead to neuropathy. People say these things most of the time:

  • If you've got diabetes,
  • Bone or cut wounds
  • Getting too little vitamin B from food
  • Several types of autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus
  • Drugs, such as antibiotics or drugs used in chemotherapy
  • Lyme disease, chicken pox, shingles, or HIV/AIDS scars on the face
  • Unknown neuropathy is a condition in which nerve damage has no known cause.
  • These people are most likely to hurt their nerves.

 

Nerve damage can happen if you do these things:

  • Age (you must be at least 65)
  • If you've got diabetes,
  • Having a lot of fat or sugar
  • Being too heavy
  • Having too many drinks

 

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