Neuropathy and Neurological Diseases

April 21, 2018 admin

Neuropathy is damage to the peripheral nerves sometimes from an auto-immune condition. All damage and inflammation to nerves is painful. Damage to nerves causes numbness, prickling, tingling, burning, electric-like shocks, cold sensitive skin, neuralic pain, constant need to move legs or feet and weakening of muscle power. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a specific type of neuralgia with sharp peripheral nerve pain. Huntington’s Chorea is a degenerative nerve disease with uncontrollable body movement. Neuralgia is pain from damaged nerves that can be traced to a nerve pathway in the body and it may occur in the face, spine, or elsewhere. Bell’s palsy, ALS, MS, and Parkinson’s disease are nerve disorders usually associated with deep neurological disturbances in the brain.