Diabetic Neuropathy
Pointing Out The Facts: Diabetic Stiff Hand Syndrome (DSHS)
Pointing Out the Facts: Diabetic Stiff Hand Syndrome (DSHS) Diabetic stiff hand syndrome (DSHS) is a painless disorder that can limit hand function in patients with diabetes. Patients who develop DSHS suffer from an increased stiffness of the hands, which can limit mobility and make it harder to complete daily tasks. DSHS occurs in up to 58% of patients with type 1 diabetes and occurs up to 76%of patients with type 2 diabetes. DSHS is...
Learning About Acupuncture for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN)
Acupuncture for diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) One of the many problems that come with worsening uncontrolled diabetes is nerve pain. This type of pain is caused by nerve damage from having high blood sugars long term. It can occur all over the body, but it is most common in the feet. This pain has been described as tingling sensations, or sharp jabbing, and burning pain. Skin can become more sensitive in the area and cause...
Learning About Diabetic Nerve Pain and How to Conquer It
Diabetic Nerve Pain and How to Conquer Diabetes nerve pain is also called neuropathy pain or nerve pain. It starts with numbness in the hands and feet, or cold, tingling and burning sensation.  It generally starts with the toes or fingers and sometimes both at the same time. Neuropathy, defined simply as any damage to the nerves. Peripheral neuropathy is often suffered by diabetes patients and is responsible for pain associated with the symptoms mentioned...
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