Munich – Diabetic neuropathy is a neurodegenerative disorder in people with diabetes.
This disorder is caused by small blood vessels caused by diabetes, including small blood vessels that feed the nerves, as well as large blood vessels, Diabetes Health reports.
Diabetic neuropathies include: third nervous paralysis, monoarthritis, diabetic muscular dystrophy, multiple neuropathic neuropathy, autonomic neuropathy, and internal and breast neuralgia.
Diabetic neuropathy affects all peripheral nerves: pain, motor neurons and involuntary nerves. This can affect all organs and organs of the body, all of which are kept by the nerves.
The most important symptom of diabetic neuropathy is numbness and tingling in the upper and lower extremities, and a decrease in or loss of feeling in the body and urinary incontinence due to loss of bladder control and visual changes.
In addition to medicines, diabetic neuropathy can also be controlled by regulating blood sugar, weight loss and regular exercise, and smoking and alcohol abandonment as they cause additional damage to the nerves.