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Need a list of good habits? You may be surprised to see how big of an impact small lifestyle changes can have on your daily routine, from work to free time. You can really make the difference in your life taking care of your nerves and yourself.
That applies especially to who’s more likely to develop nerve impairment, such as diabetics, elderly, smokers, alcohol abusers and people with nutritional deficiencies.
Although the development of nerve impairments like peripheral neuropathy is not predictable, you may try to keep your health in the best shape and your nerves healthy with simple lifestyle.
Whether you belong to one of the groups of people at risk or whether you don't, the best way to keep your nerves in good health is by controlling the development of any condition related to nerve impairments.
Industrial chemicals and heavy metals (like lead, arsenic, thallium, and mercuty) can be poisonous to human and animals and cause nerve impairments. So be aware of toxins and stay away from them!
You can just choose to walk instead of getting a car ride, walk your dog, go out with your friends, have a dancing evening... Your mood and your health will be positive affected, try and see!
It can lower your vitamin B12 level and also the level of other essential B vitamins. If you are diabetic, your have to know that on an empty stomach, alcohol can cause hypoglycaemia, so if you drink, do so only in moderation, and always eat a snack while you're drinking;
All neurotropic B vitamins are essential for nerve health, however deficiency in vitamin B12 is more common. If you are a vegetarian, vegan or you follow special nutritional habits that can lead to deficiency in certain essential vitamin, check your level regularly. Ask your doctor if you need to assume supplementation or to adopt a better diet for your nerve health;
For a lot of reason that you should already know, and also to prevent nerve damage;
It can lower blood sugar, give you more energy, lighten the load on feet and lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. These are only few of the numerous advantages you can gain from losing some kilos! So what are you waiting for?
Sweets, soda drinks, white bread can increase the level of your blood sugar;
If you have a job that requires you to stay sitting down for very long time, try to stand up and stretch your legs and arms for few minutes during the breaks. It's simpler to do it rather than explain it;
Follow your doctor’s advice for diet, exercise or before beginning any supplement or pharmaceutical regimen.
Good nutrition is often the first line to keep the level of essential vitamins and maintain your health. Also the level of neurotropic B vitamins, which are key for nerve health can be maintained by the right nutrition, when you are otherwise healthy. Of course, if you have an underlying disease which may affect your nerve health, healthy nutrition will not be sufficient.
However, the advised diet for healthy nerves is really no different than a standard balanced diet: whether or not you have a medical condition, eating a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins can help you keeping nerves healthy. For additional treatments or supportive activities please talk to your doctor.
That way, you're less likely to overeat from stress, and more likely to savor the flavor of foods. You will feel good, contribute to your health and also your nerves will be glad you did!
ASC Ref No. M067P112017N