Diabetes Freedom

by Rosaria Wetzell (19.10.2020)

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When people don't have Diabetes Freedom Review diabetes, an odd bitter taste in their mouth is usually due to blood. There can be sores and cuts or fissures in the gums that take time to heal, and until they do, they bleed. Blood has a bitter taste, and when the sores or fissures heal, the bad or bitter taste disappears. So phantogeusia can be classed as a complication and the way to avoid complications is to control wide blood sugar fluctuations and develop a strategy to keep your blood sugars as close to normal as possible. CLASSIFICATION OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY CAUSING NUMB FEET Also known as peripheral neuritis, it is the dysfunction of the peripheral nervous system by nerve damage. It can be the result of the underlying disease and also the diseases affecting the nerves. It produces symptoms depending upon affected nerve. They can be sensory, autonomic or motor changes. The main symptom is the numb feet with tingling and can also cause weakness, coordination problems, pain, burning and invisible 'glove-like' sensation and abnormal heart rate, reduced sweating and sexual problems. Peripheral neuropathy can be classified into more than 100 forms and produces different set of symptoms and have different prognosis. Motor, sensory and autonomic nerves damage can occur. If the motor nerves are affected then imbalance occurs in the coordination of walking, holding things and other voluntary muscle movements. Damage in sensory nerves results in the loss of sensations like touching or pain whereas autonomic nerves affect the involuntary nerves controlling vital organs. Four types depending upon number of nerve damage and the nerve cells are autonomic neuropathy, mononeuropathy, mononeuritis multiplex and polyneuropathy. When only one nerve is affected then it is called as mononeuropathy. It can be caused by compression to the nerve, carpel tunnel syndrome or some infection and nerve inflammation causing tingling feet.


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