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Numbness in Toes And Diabetic Nephropathy: Causes and Treatment

2014-07-09 18:09| Font Size A A A

Numbness in Toes And Diabetic Nephropathy: Causes and TreatmentDiabetic Nephropathy patients are prone to experience numbness in their toes, and they are very confused about how does it occur? and they also try to find out available treatment to overcome it. In the following article, I believe that you can get a well understanding about these questions.

In fact, in our daily life, we all can experienced that numb feeling in our legs or feet after siting or standing in one position for too long time. But for diabetic renal disease patients, abnormal tingling sensations in any part of the body can be cause for concern. Actually, numbness in toes is just one of symptoms in diabetic nephropathy. And it also indicates more serious conditions. Therefore, it is important t know the numbness is an abnormal sign and symptom, and once identified, should be addressed by a medical professional sooner rather than later.

How does numbness in toes occur in diabetic kidney disease?

Diabetes (high blood sugar)

We should know, diabetic kidney disease mainly caused by long-term and uncontrolled diabetes. And diabetes is a devastating and progressive disease that affects all aspects of the human body. Diabetes can reduce the blood circulation. As a result, blood can not arrive at your foot and toes, thus causing numbness in toes.

Nerves damage

In addition, for diabetes patients, there is too much blood sugar in their bloodstream which can lead to lesion in nerves. And due to damaged kidneys, a large amount of wastes and toxins (such as uric acid) will build up in the body and affect nerves system. Moreover, the nerves that are typically targeted are the sensory nerves in the feet and toes. In such a condition, numbness in toes will occur.

High blood pressure

Hypertension is one of leading symptoms in all kidney diseases. High blood pressure can cause blockage of blood, which can give rise to deficiency of blood supply in feet and toes. This can also cause numbness in feet and toes.

By the time you read this you should know the causes of numbness in toes for diabetic nephropathy patients. Then, how to deal with it? Fortunately, in Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, China, many natural remedies are created, like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Hot Compress Therapy, Circle Therapy, Medicated Bath and so on. More details of these therapies, please feel free to contact us directly, and our *** is aways available for you.

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