Friday, December 18, 2015

Diabetes and nerve injury.. Increase the proportion of sugar damage the wall of the blood vessels that feed the nerves

More than half of people with diabetes develop different types of nerve injuries. 
The researchers believe that the reason behind this is due to an increase in blood sugar and which harms the wall of blood vessels that feed the nerves. 
Symptoms that occur depend on the type of nerve that had happened to him injury. 
Often occur in sensory nerve injury legs and sometimes arm, as a result of diabetes. 
This effect may cause feeling numb, severe pain and numbness and pain usually starts in the forefront of the fingers (foot, hand) and begins to spread gradually. If left untreated, these symptoms may lead to a loss of sensation in these parties.
As for nerve injury related to digestion, it could lead to the occurrence of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea orconstipation.