Sheila OShaughnessy Peripheral Neuropathy Relief

My name is Sheila O'shaughnessy and I've been coming to see greenand staff for six months. I saw him on Facebook awesome people liked him so I um made an appointment came I came because I new I was suffering from peripheralneuropathy and I had burning and tinglingmy hands and feet and

heating and burning went up to my elbows and my knees and I knew I had to do something about it and I knew if I didn't take care of it this issue that I would be very I would be immobilized as I got older I also came because I have avery foggy brain lo and behold

up to six months I do not have theburning and tingling up to my knees and elbows t's now onlymy feet and hands I found out I was allergic to gluten I found out I was allergic to lots of foods different foods.I changed my diet I change the way I think about how I need to improve my health I'm off

all mediions except for the supplements that Green has been giving me and I am more than thrilled about the way I feel today and peoplehave noticed the changme. I look forward to continuing on this journey with you and I look forward to continuing thisjourney with green and his staff until I feel like I am completely cured of all my ailments wonderful great

Shingles symptoms and treatment

theres a lot of confusion out there about shingles and quite frankly I'm not surprised it's something you ch, but actually youcould have caught it twenty years ago. What do I mean by that?Well actually shingles is basically a re activationof the chicken pox virus so anyone who's ever had chicken pox canget shingles laterlife. Often it will start for no obvious reason at all sometimes, we think maybe stress is atrigger

and sometimes as you get older and yourimmune system isn't quite as strong, then shingles can come out. Basically thevirus, once you've had chicken pox, lives onyour spine, it doesn't do you any harm at all but it can get reactivated, and oneparticular area of your spine only on one side will then come outagainshingles. The first symptoms are oftenfeeling slightly unwell and maybe a burning sensation or quite anasty pain often around just a small area of your tummy

or your chest, it's a band and itsabsolutely only over one side, you can also getshingles on part of your face, and then youdefinitely need to see a as soon as possible, because a possiblecompliion isyour eye two or three days after you startgetting this pain the rash starts to come outblisters,very much like chicken pox those will gradually scab over andusually disappear, y up completely, and go within two tofour weeks

however some people are more likely to get longterm pain called neuralgia that's a nerve pain,and it can be incredibly distressing. We do you think that ifyou're over 50, then you're more likely to getlongterm nerve pain, likewise if you have problems affectingyour face, rather than your chest or your torso, you're much more likelybe given tablets early, which may reduce the chance ofgetting longterm nerve pain the early you go in, the better

if you wait too long after you get theshingles rash, then the tablets won't help so it's really key to goand see your as soon asshingles come out I would also suggest that you go and see your if you have any conditions which might affect yournervous system or your immune system, so if you takingsteroids or treatment for HIV, or cancer, or anything like that overall, shingles is really

really common. You can't ch it but you have got it because at somepoint you caught chicken pox. You can pass on chicken poxto somebody else if you've got shingles, but you can't pass on shingles So do be aware of avoiding pregnant womenparticular when you've got shingles.