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10 Tips for a better quality of life and nerve health


 

Here’s 10 simple tips to keep in mind for improving your nerve health and your overall life.

Doctor's visit checklist



Regular check-ups

Don’t skip your scheduled doctor appointments, pay attention to yourself and report to your doctor if you notice something new in your body.

Listen to the signs your body sends you

Talk openly about the symptoms you experience to your doctor and don’t let them get worse.

Keep learning about your nerves and your body functioning

Being aware of how your body and the nervous system works can help you nourish at best your nerves. The more you know the more you can protect them.

No smoking, reduced sugar

Create healthy habits, no drinking alcohol and say goodbye to harmful addictions to stay away from the risk factors of nerve impairments, which can lead to peripheral neuropathy.

Try to keep a balanced diet

Please consult your doctor to know which foods have an appropriate amount of B vitamins essential for your nerves.

Choose the most beneficial physical activities for you

Ask your doctor which activities are better for you to improve your mood and relieve everyday stress, taking into consideration your general health status.

Take a break

Avoid staying in the same position for a long time, take a break to stretch yourself once in a while and try not to keep postures that put prolonged pressure on certain nerves to prevent damages.

Take medication seriously

Follow the prescriptions and advice your doctor gives you, they can help you to keep your nerves healthy.


Focus on what makes you happy

Set time to relax and enjoy your favourite things like playing with your pet, going for a walk, caring about for garden and spending time with your family. Enjoy life, have fun!

Express gratitude

Things like practicing gratitude can be life-changing and that can help you reach your goals in life.


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