How to Beat Neuropathy

When trying to figure out how to beat neuropathy, it can be quite a disturbing fight. If you or your loved one has been dealing with this health difficulty for awhile, you know it’s a tough battle. Certainly, the best thing you can do is equip yourself with the best information. Continuously seek new knowledge through reading, asking questions and research. Similarly, that’s the foundation neuropathydr.com is based on.

From the beginning, it has always been part of our mission to reach beyond the conventional. We want to help patients in the best way. By bringing the best of all modalities together. In order to truly understand how to beat neuropathy, one has to approach the body for the complex entity it is. Since we have learned through decades of patient care and thousands of patients, we know that combination therapies are the only way to win against the pain of neuropathy. We have taken it on as our goal and mission to spread the word about combination, holistic treatment options so patients can feel better.

Learning How to Beat Neuropathy

In this book Beating Neuropathy: Taking Misery to Miracles in Just 5 Weeks, we share insights related to combination therapies that few have thoroughly investigated. This book is a must read for you and/or you and your family, if you are ready to learn how to beat neuropathy for good.

Now this doesn’t mean there’s a cure. What this is all about is how you can get control of neuropathy. You can live a much happier, more productive and full life. This book is about giving you control. Allowing you to make a difference in your life now and throughout your future.  Practice all of the suggested interventions and win. You can pick up this book here. Now it’s time to get started. Begin your journey learning how to beat neuropathy today.

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Emotional Support is Vital for Those Who Suffer with Chronic Pain

Don’t go it alone. Here’s why accepting support from family and friends is so important in treating chronic pain.

Although it may be a shocking idea, your personal support network may be equally as important to your health as your medical treatment team—or any kind of supplemental therapies.

Why? Because the bottom line is that a positive outlook is the best medicine for good health outcomes. If you are feeling contented and supported in your personal relationships, you’ll be much better equipped to cope with pain when it arises.

Unfortunately, many people find it hard to ask for help from their family and friends. We may have heard the message that it was weak or shameful to be dependent on others.

The truth is that when we are able to accept love and support, we’re better equipped to be as independent as possible in our daily lives.

Make a list of people in your life who have helped you in big and small ways in the past, as well as people that would probably be willing to help now if you were to ask.

Now, think about the things that are making your life the most difficult or stressful right now. This list could be anything from a leaky faucet in your kitchen to a pile of medical bills. Just get it all down on paper.

Finally, begin matching the list of stress points with the list of helpers in your life. Who could come over and fix that leaky faucet for you? Who could help you make phone calls to arrange a payment plan for those bills?

You will find that most of the people on your list are grateful for a chance to help you—they just didn’t know what to do that would be truly helpful. And when your stress level decreases (now that the leaky faucet or pile of bills is a thing of the past), your overall health will be optimized. That means chronic pain becomes less of a burden because you’re better able to cope with it.

Building your support network is just one way that you can take control of your own health and overcome chronic pain.

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