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Neuropathy And Mental Health: Healing The Parts You Can’t See

Neuropathy And Mental Health: Healing The Parts You Can’t See

Mention the word neuropathy and you’re bound to be inundated with a laundry list of physical symptoms. There’s a large focus on the physical stress and pain that this condition causes, so it’s easy to put a singular focus on those things. However, when we only look at the physical symptoms of neuropathy, we overlook the impact that it has on our mental health. To this end, I’d like to share some insights and experiences I’ve gleaned throughout my healing journey about the toll that neuropathy can take on our psychological well-being and steps you can take to overcome these “invisible” symptoms.

Managing Sleep with Neuropathy

Managing Sleep with Neuropathy

Managing Sleep with Neuropathy

If you’ve been living with neuropathy, you know how challenging the most simple things can be – especially sleep! What should be the most peaceful, winding-down part of your day can often feel like an insurmountable challenge.  And when you’re lucky enough to fall asleep quickly, the pain associated with neuropathy can suddenly jolt you back to the waking world. 

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- Rebecca, MI

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- Jay W, MI

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

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