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Symptoms, prevention, relief, and reversal.

Read through our education library and FAQs to better understand your neuropathy.

How do I know if I have neuropathy?

As with many medical conditions, symptoms can be hard to pinpoint on their own.

If you have more than one or two of the common symptoms, it's time to reach out to an expert.

  • Numbness—especially in the hands and feet
  • Painful tingling sensations
  • Trouble sleeping or getting comfortable at night
  • Shooting pain in legs or arms
  • Extreme sensitivity to touch
  • Constant muscle weakness or aching
  • Blood pressure issues
  • Regular loss of balance or coordination issues
  • Trouble regulating temperature in hands or feet
  • Sharp, burning, or throbbing pain in extremities

Learn more in our neuropathy FAQs

What caused my neuropathy?

Neuropathy can stem from many different underlying health conditions. Some of the more common causes of neuropathy include:

  • Diabetes
  • Alcohol-abuse
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation
  • Post-surgical side effects
  • Toxin exposure
  • Bodilty trauma
  • Medication-induced effects
  • Infections
  • Autoimmume disorders
  • Kidney disorders
What caused my neuropathy

What is neuropathy and how do I recognize the symptoms?

Below are some articles that our clients have found helpful on their journey. Learn more here.

What Causes Neuropathy to Get Worse?

What Causes Neuropathy to Get Worse?

What is Neuropathy?

There are over 100 known causes of neuropathy, and over 20 million Americans suffering from neuropathy. Neuropathy is a chronic condition causing nerve damage leaving people to live with chronic discomfort and pain. It feels like chronic numbness, tingling, burning pain , electric-shocks, especially in the feet and hands.

Constipation Support

Constipation Support

What is constipation?

Constipation occurs when bowel movements occur less than 3 times a week. Other symptoms may include stools are hard, dry or lumpy, or a feeling that not all of the stool has passed. While the length of time between bowel movements varies person to person, going longer than 3 days without a bowel movement is a sign that something is wrong. 

We love hearing our clients’ success stories.

"I have made dramatic and drastic steps forward. It has given me hope that I didn't have before."

- Todd, MI

"There is hope for neuropathy relief."

- Rebecca, MI

"I would probably not be able to walk if I hadn't done this."

- Jay W, MI

Take control of your neuropathy, get back to being mobile, and enjoy life again.

Your consultation will help you discover:

  • What is really causing your neuropathy
  • How to stop nerve damage before it's irreversible
  • How following our simple program can get you results

Your journey to neuropathy relief starts here.

To speak with a relief expert from Momentum Health Neuropathy Center immediately, call 517-676-7112.