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Neuracel Aims to Reduce Peripheral Neuropathy Pain
Date:5/21/2013

Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) May 21, 2013

The American Diabetes Association (http://goo.gl/YRSF1) states that almost 26 million people in the United States of America are affected with peripheral neuropathy. Needless to say, diabetic patients are at a great risk of developing peripheral neuropathy which unfortunately makes it harder for them to lead normal lives. The ADA further goes on saying that the disease usually affects people aged more than 20 years and around 2 million new cases are diagnosed every year in the States.

Detrimental Effects of Peripheral Neuropathy

Even though no cure has yet been discovered for diabetic patients yet, a lot of treatments are available in the markets to help relieve pain and make the lives of patients easier. The debilitating effects of peripheral neuropathy have their toll on normal living which makes even walking about independently a difficult task. The nervous system is greatly damaged which disrupts blood flow to the lower body. Paralysis is also a threat to some patients. In extreme cases, amputations might also become necessary to save the lives of neuropathy patients. Treatments ensure that blood flow remains normal, the over sensitive skin of patients is no longer susceptible to injury, and also that the nervous system is somewhat put back into its functional condition.

About Neuracel

Among the many treatments for peripheral neuropathy available in the markets, Neuracel is one of the few that boasts completely natural ingredients. This ultimate treatment guarantees long-term results instead of just short-term pain relief. It also works towards actually reversing the damaging effects of the disease. For diabetic patients who have not yet developed neuropathy, Neuracel aims to help keep it at bay forever. The medication comes in different deals for those who wish to save money on bulk buying disc
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