Nerve Support with Benfotiamine
What causes paraesthesia?
A paraesthesia is a problem with your nervous system; that is, you have some kind of abnormal nerve sensation coming from your sensory nerves. If these nerve fibers are damaged, you can experience symptoms including:
Tingling Pins and needles
Cold or burning pain
Feeling of ants crawling on your skin
Body parts feel heavy
Hypersensitivity to pain; or, conversely, low pain sensitivity
By far the most common cause of paraesthesia is a high carbohydrate diet. By this I mean a diet with too much sugar, or refined carbs such as bread, pasta, crackers, and the like. This is because a high carb diet primarily causes a B vitamin deficiency. And this explains why most diabetics, who are told to follow a high carb diet, have issues with peripheral neuropathy, nerve damage, and paraesthesia.
Last updated: Jan 16, 2023 04:45 AM