How To Reverse Neuropathy Naturally

Hello and thank you for watching our tutorial.Have you been told that nothing can be done and that you are just going to have to livewith it regarding your Neuropathyyour feet? If you have been told that all of yourtests and ugs that you have been placed on won't be able to improve your condition,you are one of many people. Take heart though There are natural solutions to help your neuropathyin your feet that's effecting you. It's very important to adess the deeper cause of what's goingon, which are sick arterial walls. Did you know that by using a natural vasodilator andsome simple natural plant based all natural ingredients that you can start a process that can notonly stop the neuropathy from progressing

it even has a chance to reverse it just alittle bit so you can get back to your life again and stop progressing down this roadthat neuropathy takes so many people down. I am glad that you have the inclination, idea,and thought to seek out natural means for help with your diabetic neuropathy. Naturalis always the way to go. Thanks for watching.

Why Cant We Reverse Nerve Damage

Every year, tens of millions of Americanssuffer from nerve damage, some irreparably so. Science can heal bones, grow new organsand even restore our microbiomes, but why is it so hard to fix our nerves? Hey guys Lissette here for DNews The human body posses a remarkable abilityto heal. Bones refuse, skin wounds mend, and the immune system adapts to infection,after infection. But there's one area of the body that struggles to recover after aninjury: The nervous system. Nerve damage can be some of the most debilitating and permanenttype of injury.

The nervous system is an incredibly complexnetwork used to send electrical information throughout your body. It can basically bedivided into two sections. With the brain and spinal cord making up the central nervoussystem or CNS…. and the nerves made up of fibers of sensory and motor neurons comprisingthe peripheral nervous system. Each cellthe nervous system from the tipof your finger up your arm, up your spinal column, into your brain, is very specialized.And each has a unique function on the pathway, like a circuit. If one these gets cut or injured,it's hard for an exact replacement cell to be putin the right spot. Think aboutwhen you get a cut on your skin. If the cut

goes deep enough, exact replicas of cellswon't cover the wound, instead fibrous tissues form. which we call scars. And scars arepart of the problemregrowing nerves, they often getthe way especiallythe caseof spinal cord injuries. As part of the CNS, spinal cord injuries are notoriously difficultto heal; partially because of the way nerve cellsthe CNS are made. According to the book, “Results and Problemsin Cell Differentiation�, the CNS also has certain proteins that weirdly, inhibit cellregeneration. While this might sound like a bad idea, it's hugely beneficial overallto the formation of the CNS. These cells need

to grow exactly where they are supposed to,just one out of place could be bad. Like. think of an electrical circuit, each unithas to bea specific orderspecific place to work. If one is out of place, theintegrity of the CNS is compromised. Neuronsthe CNS also lack certain cleaningcells. Nerve cells are made up of many parts, but they send signals through threads coveredin a protective sheet of myelin. These threads are called axons. Axons are the long partof the cell that reaches out to the cell next to it to send information down the line.Like arms handing the bucket down the linea bucket brigade. So these are obviouslysuper important and need protecting. That's

where the Schwann cells come in. which areonly foundthe Peripheral nervous system. Schwann cells, which aren't neurons butGLEEL cells, produce the myelin that help protect the axons. But, a study publishedin The Journal of Cell Biology found they also clean up damaged nerves making wayfor the healing process to take place and new nerves to be formed. But the problem is.these Schwann cells are missing from the CNS. What they have instead are myelin producingcells called oligodenocytes. But these cells don't clean up damaged nerve cells at all.Which is part of the problem. So unfortunately, according to RichardG. Fessler professor at Rush University Medical

Center quot;There are currently no therapies whichsuccessfully reverse the damagequot; from injuries to the spinal cord. But research is currentlyunderway to examine the potential success of stem cell treatment, where stem cells areinjected directly at the injury site. Still, it will take a few years to see the resultsof such trials. But there are times your body can regeneratenerves. The peripheral nervous system doesn't have the same blocking proteins that the CNShas, and Schwann cells help heal the damage. So it's able to regrow nerves, albeit slowly.For instance, if you cut a nerve into your shoulder, it could take a year to regrow.By that time.the musclesyour arms could

Shoulder Pain Exercises PNF Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation D1 D2 Ask Jo

Hey everybody, it's Jo. My buddy Daveasked me if I could make a tutorial for shoulder exercises for the rotator cuff, but a littlemore advanced than the ones I already have, so let's get started. These advanced shoulderexercises are called PNF Exercises. What does PNF stand for? Proprioceptive NeuromuscularFacilitation. Yeah, that's a mouthful, so I'm just gonna keep it at PNF. But basicallywhat PNF is, is different planes of movements. I've already showed you some tutorials to strengthenyour shoulder goingone plane, PNF actually changes through different planes, so the firstone is what I call quot;Throwing the Sword Away.quot; You want to take your hand and turn it overlike you're grabbing a sword down by your

side here. And you're gonna turn your armopen and then open up your hand like you're throwing it away. So it's grab down fist closed,fist closed, opening up the fist and going away. So you're getting a rotation movementin your arm across all those planes. And then coming back down and grabbing it. And openingup. Coming down. and opening it up. That even makes my shoulder tired. The next oneyou're gonna make a fist and put it across your shoulder, almost like you're saying thePledge of Allegiance, and then coming down and opening up. So turning, making a fist,opening up and throwing away. Now you can also do these with a resistive band if theseare easy. Ok. So if you feel like you're ready

to use a band, you're gonna do the same movements.This time, put the stable hand down by your pocket, grab it here. Give yourself a littlebit of pulling room, and come up and over. Now you're not gonna be able to open up yourhand this time or you're gonna smack yourself with the theraband, but come back down, openup. Make sure you're controlling the band, don't let the band control you. Now when you'refirst doing this, you probably only want to start off with 10. Just really working theshoulder. Now make sure you're not moving your whole body with it, you're just movingyour shoulder with it. Going down, coming up. And the next one, hold here across yourchest and come down. Slowly coming up, coming

back down. Now if you don't want to hold it,you can tie that little knot right there and put ita door and still do these same motions,just make sure it's up high there, and then you're pulling down and slowly coming backup. There you have it. Those were the advanced shoulder exercises with PNF movements withand without the resistive band. If you have any questions, leave themthe commentssection, and if you want to check out some other tutorials if you're not quite ready forthese, go to AskJo . Don't forget to follow me on Facebook and Twitter. Anemember, be safe, have fun, and I hope you feel better soon.