Neuropathy is a condition characterized by pain, numbness, and tingling sensation due to nerve damage. Uncontrolled diabetes, nutritional deficiency, exposure to toxins, and excessive alcohol consumption are some of the common causes of neuropathy. Eating a healthy diet, managing underlying medical conditions, quitting smoking, limiting alcohol consumption, and performing exercise help manage neuropathy.
The complications of Guillain Barre Syndrome are pain, difficulty breathing, pressure sores, cardiovascular issues, blood clots, bladder and bowel function problems, and the risk of relapse.
Long-term high blood sugar damages the small vessels that supply blood and essential nutrients to the nerves. It results in progressive damage to nerves.