There are several things that you can do to relieve neuropathy. First of all, you need to have a balanced diet that contains an adequate amount of vitamins Bs. Vitamins B1, B6 and B12 are extremely important for healthy nerves.
You can get these vitamins from many food sources. Vitamin B1 can be found in foods such as whole grains, brown rice, yeast extract and fortified cereals. You can find vitamin B6 in foods like tuna, spinach and bananas while you can get vitamin B12 from food sources like eggs, meat, shellfish, milk and dairy products.
All the B-vitamins are water-soluble, which means that whatever the body doesn’t use is lost through sweat and urine so they need to be constantly replenished. If your diet doesn’t contain a sufficient amount of these vitamins, you should take a nutritional supplement to optimise your intake of vitamin B1, B6 and B12 to nourish your nerves.
Lifestyle changes like stopping smoking, reducing alcohol consumption and exercising regularly can help too. Even simple things like wearing comfortable footwear, avoiding prolonged sitting, correct posture and so on can help prevent nerve damage. If you are diabetic, it is extremely important to control your blood sugar level.
Protect nerves with Neurobion®
You can help ensure that you consume sufficient vitamin B1, B6 & B12 by taking Neurobion®, a health supplement that contains all these nutrients that are vital for maintaining nerve health. Known as neurotropic vitamins, they work synergistically with each other in treating or slowing down the progression of neuropathy.
Vitamin B1 strengthens nerves and helps to provide energy for nerves. Vitamin B6 is necessary for the proper transmission of impulses along the nerves and also helps in relieving pain. Vitamin B12 regenerates nerves, protects nerve cells from damage and is important for overall nerve health.
Neurobion® with a combination of vitamins B1, B6 and B12 is clinically tested to nourish the nerve cells, help improve nerve function and relieve nerve pain. By taking it, you can help keep the feelings of tingling and numbness at bay. More importantly, it can help you move freely and live fully by helping your nerves stay healthy.
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