Causes of the onset and treatment of neuropathy
Symptoms and types of disease
There are several main types of disorder. They depend on exactly which part of the nervous system is affected by the disease. There are virtually no common specific symptoms with the exception of pain, discomfort, or sensory impairment.
Symptoms often depend on the age of the patient: in childhood, neuropathy may be indicated by insomnia, problems with falling asleep, disruption in the functioning of the intestinal tract, as well as purely psychological behavioral behaviors - lethargy, lethargy, anxiety.
In adolescents, faint moods and dizziness may be observed. Reduced performance. In more mature age, these symptoms may disappear, but in their background the following types may unfold:
Affects nerve endings on the limbs - fingers, toes, palms, feet. It can lead to minor deformities, pain and impairment of the limbs.
Significant injuries - fractures, sprains, impacts, poorly fused hard tissues, scars, etc., lead to it. Nerve tissues are infringed, which leads not only to pain, but also to impaired movement, reaction.
Characterized by local damage to nerve fibers in a relatively small area of the body.
Expressed through a violation of the bowels and the bladder; and has a negative effect on the heart, and also disrupts sleep.
A person may experience prolonged pain in the thighs, as well as the buttocks and legs, feel discomfort when walking, lying, sitting. Nerve damage causes obsessive discomfort and can even lead to lameness.
Occurs due to disruption in the work of one of the twelve pairs of cranial nerves. This can be the result of any organic disease or injury. Symptoms may be hearing loss, vision, pain in different points of the head.