The B-Vitamins are well known co-factors that help in nerve conduction and neurotransmission, maintaining optimum nerve health.
Common causes of Nerve pain include depletion / deficiencies of these vital nutrients due to excessive drinking, smoking, high blood sugar levels or hormonal fluctuations in women undergoing or approaching menopause.
Above conditions also lead to depletion and deficiency of Magnesium and it is advised to take SuperMag Magnesium along with NerveGard
Magnesium may be an effective supplement to reduce and delay symptoms of Nerve Damage due to high blood sugar levels Pain in Peripheral nerves and generally due to high blood sugars is often expressed as numbness, a tingling sensation, and hypersensitivity to pain. These symptoms are limited to the fingers and toes during early stages, and then spread to the proximal extremities to produce a characteristic glove and stocking pattern. Conventional treatments include antidepressants, anticonvulsants, lidocaine patches, opioid or non- opioids analgesics, and various alternative treatments.
Recently, dietary Magnesium Supplementation has been at the focus of attention, and oral doses of magnesium have been found to be effective at reducing thermal pain thresholds in rats.
Appropriate treatment dosages and durations have not been established, but long-term magnesium supplementation (300 mg daily for 5 years) can favorably influence the progression of Nerve Pain
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