There are numerous options for the treatment of peripheral neuropathy that can reduce pain, numbness, tingling, hot and cold sensations, and even tightness. And some of the most effective treatments actually help reverse disease instead of just covering up symptoms.
Most people with peripheral neuropathy are told they have “idiopathic” neuropathy. That means that no one has found the underlying cause, or at least the most likely cause however and does not really help you understand how to get well. Others are told their neuropathy is due to diabetes, a side effect from medications such as antibiotics or chemotherapy, toxic environmental factors such as drinking too much alcohol or heavy metal exposure, or hereditary.