|What Exactly Is Diabetic Neuropathy?|
How does this problem occur?
This occurs mainly due to an inordinately high level of blood glucose and an excessive presence of glycogens. It may occur due to neurovascular factors which result in harm to blood vessels that carry oxygen and other nutrients to the nerves. It may occur due to life style factors such as smoking or alcoholism. In patients with a low glycogen level, recovery was relatively in a shorter period of time.
Its effects include numbness or tingling, diarrhea, weakness, loss of bladder control, drooping facial parts, dizziness, vision changes, even problem in swallowing and or muscle contraction. All of these effects are due to the nerve damage done by diabetes neuropathy.
In extreme cases of this disease, victims can also suffer from hypersensitive skin. Such cases require intensive care and rehabilitation.