Inositol is a nutrient that’s required by the liver to release energy for the rest of your cells to function. If you wake up in the middle of the night, it’s likely that you’re liver isn’t storing and using glucose properly and you may need inositol. This nutrient transports the neurotransmitters aka brain chemicals that make you feel good and quell pain. This nutrient alone has shown in studies to function as well as popular anti-depressants at curbing depressive and anxious symptoms. This is an especially important nutrient if you’re experiencing the increasingly common symptoms of neuropathy which include stinging, numbness, pins and needles, random itching, feeling as though you’re being shocked and other inexplicable sensations.
A famous practitioner named Dr. Versendaal recommended 2300 mg of inositol, up to three times per day as needed. The methylcobalamin form of b12 has also shown to be highly beneficial for quelling nerve issues in addition to other b vitamins, potassium, a high quality, real salt like pink Himalayan, fleur de self or Redmond’s brand Real salt, and magnesium. Alpha lipoic acid has been extremely beneficial, particularly to diabetics dealing with this issue as it can help support the mitochondria and the liver, an organ which is heavily involved in our metabolism of sugar and carbohydrates.
Dr. Terry Wahls, who got herself out of a wheelchair, reversing her symptoms of MS which includes these and many more neurological symptoms, recommends 600 mg of magnesium per day. I personally love magnesium glycinate due to the criticality of glycine in our body to heal our gut and calm the nervous system, especially amidst inundation with the chemical roundup or glyphosate, which mimics and replaces the vital amino acid glycine in the body. Other root causes of neuropathy including dehydration, excess sugar and alcohol consumption as well as stress and EMF exposure need to be addressed. Fortunately, nutrients like this will naturally give your body what it needs and support it to be less reliant on sugar and stressed out. Thiamin is another extremely well-known nutrient for neuropathy. Doses of 600 mg have been recommended for addressing the symptoms caused by this deficiency and subsequent symptoms.
For neuropathy symptoms, it’s very important that you address lymphatic drainage as well as circulation, which are interdependent. The lymphatic system disposes of accumulated toxic waste and drains it out of the blood, and, when functioning properly, takes it out of the body. However, most often, because of our inundation with chemicals, lack of detoxification, movement, and awareness of their importance, this lymph is allowed to stagnate, leading to connection in the blood due to a buildup of waste products. This caused the very symptoms you experience with neuropathy such as stinging, burning, numbness, and feelings of pins and needles. This is literally caused by the blood supply of various areas of your body being cut off by either pathogens such as Lyme or parasites, or toxins such as cipro or other antibiotics commonly used to treat Lyme in conventional medicine. This is why it’s so important to address the cause of your illness. The vast majority of the time for people, this is as simple as supporting the foundations of health for people such as digestion, addressing parasites, getting in more nutrients, and exercising more in a way that suits your unique body.