The Cause of Nerve Damage in Diabetic Neuropathy and Nerve Conduction Velocity

As well as causing kidney and eye complications diabetes is well known for damaging and in severe cases destroying nerves. Technically the small blood vessels which supply nerve tissue to nerves are damaged. A diabetic has nerves which no longer function in the normal manner. An indication or symptom of nerve damage in a diabetic is sometimes described as a numbing or tingling sensation accompanied with pain in the major extremities e.g. hands and arms, feet and legs.

Nerve damage slowly progresses and worsens over time if left untreated and not addressed with some form of remedy during early stages of diabetic neuropathy diagnosis. As diabetic neuropathy takes about 10 years to develop, it's uncommon in children unless they're already diabetic. Older people about 40 years of age and beyond are more likely to be prone to diabetic neuropathy; the same can be said for taller people as they have longer nerve fibres which results in a higher risk of them being damaged. Alcohol severely worsens the problem and medical experts have found a link between large consumptions of alcohol and neuropathy.

Technically, diabetic neuropathy is caused because of the pace or speed of the body's nervous impulse. A diabetic neuropathy sufferer has a slower NCV (Nerve Conduction Velocity) compared to a normal, healthy body. Depending on the pace of NCV mild or severe sensations are lost in the affected nerves replaced by pain.

Our bodies contain certain types of nerve fibres which are responsible for stabilising sensations like vibration, sensitivity, heat, touch temperature etc.

Some of the tests that can be carried out on nerve fibres are as follows:
Testing of nerve vibration
Doctors or physician use a tuning fork to assess how much nerves have been damaged. Damaged nerves which respond to the tuning fork indicate that the person may be experiencing difficulties with balance.
Testing of nerve temperature
Doctors or physician can test nerves to see if they respond to temperatures like hot and cold. If the person is unaware of the temperature used to test their nerves then this means that their nerves have lost the ability to sense temperature.
Testing of nerve touch
Filaments are used in this test and placed on the soles of feet. If a person cannot feel the filament this usually means that the nerves in feet have been damaged.

Sufferers can also use electronic devices in the comfort of their own home to actually repair and reverse their damaged nerves. There are some great devices on the market. Do be careful when selecting these products as some of these devices only block nerve signals and this is not going to target the root cause of the problem. Damaged nerves need to be repaired, strengthen and rebuilt to their previous state so that they can start functioning again. ReBuilder Medical Treatment device is one such electronical product which works by sending electric signals to damaged nerves and 'jump starting' these nerves, so to speak, the electrical signal stimulates blood flow in the region and increases oxygen to the nerves which is what the nerves are so deprived of.

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