Diabetes & Obesity International Journal (DOIJ)

ISSN: 2574-7770

Research Note

Diabetic Neuropathy: Review of Herbs

Authors: Pagar P*, Gholap K, Deore R, Patil V, Bachhav R, Bachhav P and Sonawane G

DOI: 10.23880/doij-16000288


Among diabetes, diabetic neuropathy is the most prevalent type. About 50% of people have neuropathy, a condition caused by uncontrolled high blood sugar that damages nerves. Loss of nerve feeling, numbness, or shooting pain along a nerve are observed in diabetic neuropathy. Peripheral, autonomic, focal, and proximal neuropathy are among the types of diabetic neuropathy. It offers details on the process underlying the pain associated with diabetic neuropathy. Uncontrolled blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, smoking, advanced age, family history of diabetes and kidney disease, length of diabetes, and strong alcohol consumption are examples of risk factors. With a specific focus on summarizing diabetic neuropathy and differentiating it from normal bodily function, this review. And how the diabetic body works. It also offers details on the symptoms, different diagnostic tests, epidemiology, mechanism of action, and risk factors of diabetic neuropathy. This review also includes information on the several kinds of herbs that can be used to treat diabetic nephropathy, including their biological sources, names, and chemical ingredients, as well as how they work to either cure or lessen the symptoms. The survey information includes the most often recommended medications by doctors, along with the reasons for their prescriptions and any side effects. It also covers the numerous marketed preparations available to treat diabetic neuropathy pain.

Keywords: Neuropathy; Herbs; Diabetics

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