Nerve Remedies (arms, legs, hands falling asleep)

Last Modified on Oct 23, 2014

Treating nerve issues ranges from specified exercises to dietary changes and supplements. Supporting nerve development and maintenance through regular exercise and appropriate diet is important. Supplements and natural treatments also function to preserve the nervous system and nerve function.

What are Nerve Issues?

The nervous system is responsible for regulating everything the body does and is comprised of three centers – autonomic, motor and sensory. Nerve pain and damage manifests in a variety of ways including sweating, lightheadedness, dry eyes or mouth, weakness, muscular atrophy, paralysis, tingling, burning and many others.

Nerve issues comprise over 100 different types of damage that have various causes. A few of the most common causes of nerve pain include autoimmune disease, cancer, trauma, diabetes, drug effects, nutritional deficiencies and infectious disease.

Natural Care for the Nervous System

The nervous system is complex and susceptible to a number of issues; however, proper care and treatment can relieve issues and preserve effective operation. Several factors contribute to caring for the nerves including exercise and a diet rich in nerve-supporting foods. Additionally, magnesium, chamomile and peppermint are natural herbal remedies for many nerve issues.

Magnesium

Magnesium is an important nutrient for regulating nerve function as well as inflammation. When taken as a daily supplement or applied as a topical agent to the affected area, magnesium stimulates the nerves and relieves inflammation.

Chamomile

Considered a “cure all” by many, chamomile is a natural pain reliever. The active components of chamomile have anti-inflammatory properties as well as nerve-soothing abilities. Chamomile can be used as an aromatherapy oil, tea additive or supplement.

Peppermint

Derived from the peppermint plant, peppermint has a variety of uses. Used as a supplement or applied as an oil, peppermint relives inflammation that may be causing nerve pain. Peppermint also effectively stimulates the nerves to alleviate issues.

Nerve issues range from problems with the autonomic, motor and sensory systems. When treated with natural methods, nerve pain and issues can be relieved safely and effectively.

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Alkaline Diet, B Vitamins, Mobility Exercises   1  0   

Posted by Jazzz (Delta Junction, Alaska, Usa) on 11/30/2011

[YEA]  It's time for me to give back to this website so I'm writing about nerve regeneration remedy which worked for me. Two years ago my ulna nerve was severed, the doctors gave me a bleek outlook of recovery. They told me I would have limited mobility in my hand and my outer three fingers would be numb and unusable. Over time, due to lack of use, my hand would become decrepit. It would also be extremely week. My doctor also told me I should forget about dental school, it's not going to happen. Anyways, having written a 15 page paper on nerve regeneration in undergrad, I knew several things:

1) Use it or loose it! Start immediately! Work at it all day long! The sooner the better because that is when the long term success will occur.

2) Secondly, nerve regeneration occurs in everyone, even for spinal injuries. It does not actually happen for most people because scar tissue (which is internally present for all injuries) releases a sequence of not well understood events that inhibit the regeneration. Therefore, my own theory is that it is important to reduce the internal scarring, which can be done by minimizing inflammation, which can be minimized by an alkaline diet.

After I got out of the hospital I immediately went on a strict alkaline diet. It is important to do this as soon as possible, and don't kid yourself, be true to the diet, your regeneration depends on it.

I also did weekly vitamin B shots in my arm. I did this myself at home to keep costs down.

My doctors told me that they had never seen someone with quit a remarkable recovery as mine for my type of injury. After one week I was wiggling my fingers- something the doctors expected to never happen. After one month I could ever do slightly grip. Two months later I had full finger movement and after six months 90% of the feeling came back, I could open jars, write, ad had full motion.

GABA and Stevia   0  0   

Posted by Annie (Europe) on 09/19/2014

Hi

I was hoping to purchase some GABA supplements. I remembered reading a piece on here by Bill which said that sweeteners are not good for nerves - I hope I am remembering accurately. Anyway, I was purchasing a GABA supplement, and it said it contains Stevia Leaf Extract, and I am wondering if this is similar to the sweetener. If so, I don't think I will purchase. Can anybody clear this up please.

Thank you.

Posted by Om
Hope, Bc Canada
09/19/2014
Hello, Annie --- you can certainly rely on Stevia as a sweetener. But get it from a reliable source like a good health food store. Some Stevia is contaminated with Aspartame and similar poisons.

Namaste, Om

General Feedback   0  0   

Posted by Carol (Oakland, Ca. Usa) on 03/16/2013

After spinal fusion surgery in 2011, the big toe on my right foot felt numb and still does. Now, it feels like a tendon is pulling it upward and the blood vessels on the top of the foot buldge and go up. Anyone had this and if so, what did you take? Thank you.

Magnesium Oil, Chlorophyll   0  0   

Posted by Karen (Idaho, Usa) on 10/20/2010

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  14 years ago I suffered a terrible head/neck/shoulder/brachial plexus injury from a head-on car accident. After many years of surgeries, years of prescription meds, therapy etc. my right arm remains nearly 70% paralyzed and I battle pain and spasms everywhere from the neck down continually. Sometimes I can barely walk. One particular remnant of my injuries is that for all these years since my injury my fingers have not wrinkled in water as they used to prior to the accident. My doctor said it is because of the nerve damage. He said that is how they can tell sometimes if a person has a nerve problem, they soak their hands in water. With all my other aches, pains and spasms this however was the least of my problems, and didn't affect my life, just an observation of the change.

Three years ago I met a person who changed my life. He was a walking miracle (another story) and he inspired me to seek a life change through nutrition and natural remedies. In the course of my trying many things I came across an article on the benefits of Magnesium and so bought me a bottle and started taking them daily. I also bought a bottle of concentrated chloropyll and put several drops in my juice daily. If I can remember right, it was about 2 weeks later that I was taking a shower and noticed my fingers felt funny. I looked at them and saw something I hadn't seen in years... Wrinkled skin! This was a clear sign to me that my nerves had improved after all those years. But, as we sometimes do, I got side-tracked with life the past year and got away from my healthy regime and my symptoms all worsened and again my fingers stopped wrinkling.

About three weeks ago I returned to using magnesium and eating healthy and today my fingers started wrinkling again in water! I am now going to up my magnesium intake and start using the Magnesium Oil to see if I can make further improvements. This tells me it's helping my nerves... I'm hoping the Magnesium Oil will help my spasms and pain. I still have the partial paralysis but I hold out hope that I'm very close to finding the solution or combination of solutions. Although this is my first post, I have been browsing this site almost night and day since I found it and have shared it with all my friends.

Posted by Gina
Waxahachie, Texas
10/21/2010
Hi there- I have a friend who is partially paralyzed due to a scuba accident about 12 years ago. Do you think your regime would work for him? His damage is in the lower spinal column and affects everything below the waist. Thanks! Gina
Posted by Ali
Poplar Grove, Illinois
10/10/2011
I'm working on healing from nerve damage. I look at med. studies a lot. Check out gingko biloba for helping to heal nerves. Also a mushroom called Lion's Mane. Also make sure you take a good B complex, folic acid (I use Folapro) and check out Boswellia. And most recently I read about something called Ashitaba. I think that's how it's spelled. You can check it out on the web. God bless!!! :) Ali <><

Nerve Damage Remedies   0  0   

Posted by Gareth (Craigavon, Northern Ireland) on 09/08/2013

My wife had an operation to remove a disk from her back at L5 S1 as it was causing severe compression. Before surgery she was diagnosed with Cauda Equina Syndrome. She had numb left leg and foot, no bowel or bladder control or sexual feeling and obviously severe back pain.

Following surgery, back pain has reduced greatly so she can walk now though hips are sore, still numb up the front of left leg starting at 2nd toe from left in and back of calf. Bladder control has returned and can feel bowel movement but she says it feels like her anus is "dropping" each time.

She is fearful atm as no sexual feeling has returned as yet, still completely numb, saddle anestesia I think it's called.

She's scared it will stay like that and there will be no more children or sexual pleasure. Is there anything anyone can advise that would help with nerve damage of this type?

Thanks, G

Posted by David
Fountain Inn, Sc
09/08/2013
472 Posts
Hello Gareth,

Your wife's diagnosis of "Cauda Equina" is often associated with demyelination of the nerves in the dorsal and sciatic vertebra. And a scan of the relationship between Cauda Equina and viruses is replete. In fact, MS is well known to have at its heart a viral triger along with heavy metal toxcity. (There are other possible causes... Genetic predisposition... but even with that, a malevolent virus could still be the triger.)

In the case of Cauda Equina your wife has a likely virus instigator. In northern Europe Cauda Equina is known to be instigated by a tick-born encephalitis virus... 3, 000 cases yearly. Or Paget's Disease which can be at the heart of Cauda Equina (the condition) and Paget's which is the disease. In the case of Paget's, which can cause Cauda Equina, Paget's can be caused, in turn, by a "slow virus infection" like "Respiratory syncytial Virus" or "Canine distemper Virus" such are called "paramyxovirus" which are present years before symptoms. (Cite: American Journal of Neuroradiology, May '06, a study from Finland)

These viruses cause the nerve root demyelination. (Demyelination is the destruction of the myelin sheath... the sheath being the coating that protects the nerve.)

Treatment: To rebuild the myelin sheath I take sphengolin which is myelin. But first or at the same time I must kill the virus. Colloidal Silver taken over many months... Two tablespoons three times daily. I use at high PPM. Some store brands sell the CS that has a low PPM and I do not adhere to their effectiveness. I make my own. Find a source or get your health food store to order some high PPM silver. (I take it weekly, and have not turned blue! )

Also very importan in this program is to rebuild the nerve connections killed by the virus: Take four tablets of Calcium AEP (google "Nutritional Review") and read the article. AEP (more than calcium) establishes electrical pathways on the cellular level. Really, Really.... Get the AEP on line... it's cheap and you must have it to rebuild the electrical pathways and overcome the damage done by the virus.

I first read about AEP from Adkins book "Vita Nutrients" and he absolutely adored AEP using it in IVs in his MS patients! I have used it successfully in dealing with MS flare ups when neuropathy pain is severe... Doubling the dossage to eight or ten tablets daily. Get Adkins' book. Still a classic. (Robert Adkins of course.)

Posted by Karen
Tampa
09/09/2013
I read your post @ Calcium AEP and read many things about it... There are many kinds with many formulas on the market with many different prices... Confusing... Do you know enough about it to recommend a brand? I don't want to waste $ on the wrong kind. Thank you for reading.
Posted by David
Fountain Inn, Sc
09/10/2013
472 Posts
Hello Karen, I get my AEP from different sources, Wellness Resources, Vitamin Research... A number listed on the internet. AEP is the same, so should be "fungible"... AEP = AEP. If you haven't googled "Calcium AEP Nutrition Review" you should. Except for the NATURAL Vitamin E (NOT synthetic) Cal AEP is the most important nutrient I take.

Then in order: CoQ10, magnesium, Arginine, IP6, B complex, Vit C, Vit D, Hawthorn, Feverfew(anti migraine), potassium, phosphatidyl choline, Omega 3, acetyl l carnitine, extra sub B-12, three tablespoons of colloidal silver (home made) three times weekly to ward off microbes. And... Well, I do take more but the AEP works to keep the cells functioning properly. That's why it is so important; but the list of diseases AEP can combat is extraordinary.

There are so many good ideas for health that I've picked up over the years; constant reading and that's why EARTH CLINIC is a God send. So many folks jointly sharing their experiences... This site is SO fun. And so important.

For instance, if one is trying to find help on Hep B or C, then you can read the posts of the great Oscar who articulates the use of BHT. Or you can read the outstanding posts of "Ted from Bangkok"... All these thinking people from around the world. Just hundreds of gurus that would have only shared their knowledge in small confines, yet Earth Clinic opens the door to the world for everyone.

Have you learned the benefits of DMSO? Just a few things can change a person's life for the better... often life savers.

Well, excuse me... I'm feeling really "vital" today and am just exuding joy. Thankful for being healthy and happy.

Today is my birthday. Some what surprised to be doing so well in my mid sixties. Compared to so many of my peers, I'm in really super shape. Agile, quick, still sharp mentally. Muscle structure still toned. Not one prescription drug. (Some spinal curviture following two auto accidents. ) I attribute the good conditioning in great part to my systematic nutrient program. Started it 40 years ago... first with natural Vitamin E and then expanded the supplements to cover a broad range of nutrients that touch on every part of the system.

I'm constantly looking for a new or helpful assent in my quiver of arrows that I can shoot to accomplish a specific purpose. To me it's an adventure; given that I am sharing my information with those who need help. Since we are given our bodies, I hold, from God, we are under an obligation to take care of his gift to us.

Posted by Mimi
Morrow, Ga
07/22/2014
Hi David is PPM of 550 too high of Collidal Silver? Are you taking it daily or weekly? You mentioned 3'xs a day. How much?

Nerve Foods   0  0   

Posted by Ada (Europe) on 04/26/2013

Hi, Does anybody know of any foods etc that are goood for strong nerves. I not talking about nervousness, as such. I know that b12 is good for nerve health but I am wondering if there are any any foods that can help to keep nerves strong/healthy.

Posted by Joy
Battleground, Wash
04/27/2013
I know low magnesium can cause depressiona and mental disorders and tension and chocolate and coffee cravings are a sign of deficiency. I would take minerals in balance with vitamins for optimal nerve health

When all else fails.. MR. GOODBAR to the rescue!

Posted by Someone
Somewhere, USA
04/27/2013
Yes, are you taking cholesterol lowering drugs? They are problematic for nerve health because nerves need nice cholesterol coatings to function properly. Healthy fats like coconut oil, fish oil, egg yokes etc and avoiding cholesterol lowering drugs if you are on any.
Posted by Joy
Battleground, Wash
04/28/2013
Dr. Batmanghelidj wrote in his watercure books that the body makes cholesterol to line the walls of arteries to keep water from getting out. Like clay in the hole in the dam. Normally if there is enough water coming into the system the body doesn't freak out and make extreme measures to hoard supplies, like salt and water. Dehydration is caused by lack of water intake, too many diuretics , like coffee or not enough salt and electrolytes to hold the water in the places it belongs.

The body also uses cholesterol to make hormones.

Love to read the works of Dr. Batman , very interesting.

Neurofribromatosis   0  0   

Posted by Jessie (Pretoria, South Africa) on 10/23/2014

My name is Jessie. I am a south african citizen. I do have the neurofribromatosis diseases which they are now a lot on my body, am 41years now and it is stressing too much, it is really affecting my life.

Numbness   0  0   

Posted by Ilovesrq (Sarasota, Florida, USA) on 09/16/2012

I am hoping someone can help me. About 3 weeks ago I noticed a numb feeling on the top of my left and then on my left ankle/shin area. Not tingling, just numbish. Sometimes it is on my top lip, then it might move to bottom lip, but it is always on my Left hand and left ankle.

I was taking thyroid and Bio Identical Hormones and I went to another Dr and he said to stop all of it as he felt I didn't need the thyroid and he wanted to test the hormones. I am a 45 yr old vegan. I have upped my B12 dosage and the new Dr is ordering blood work for B 12 levels. He didn't make my next appt until 5 weeks. So meanwhile, I suffer with this numb hand and foot. The numbness did start about 1 week after I started the cream for hormones.

I do not have health insurance for MRI's or anything like that and I prefer to stay as natural as I can. Does anyone have any ideas? Thank You so much!

Posted by Talisa
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
09/16/2012
I read in your comment that you are taking vitamin B12 and you have since increased your dosage. I had a doctor once inform me that taking B-vitamins in excess can create problems. According to the doctor, B-vitamins will 'stick/adhere' to the nerves causing numbness/loss of sensation/tingling.

Remedies Needed   0  0   

Posted by Maria (Seven Hills, Oh) on 01/02/2012

My cousin lives in Greece and his little girl swallowed meconium at birth. She was born limp and suffered seizures/spasms almost immediately. She is now one and a half. She just recently started moving her arms and laughing. She cannot speak, sit up or move her legs. She is on medication for the spasms but her last one was a few months ago. There are not many options and I was hoping for some suggestions. Thank you.

Posted by Arimian
Port Of Spain, Trinidad
01/04/2012
3 Posts
Hi, Take a look at Jim Humble and MMS, you may get some help there.
Posted by Maria
Gippsland, Australia
01/10/2012
211 Posts
Hi Maria, When meconium is passed before birth it is because the baby is stressed and usually there is a lack of oxygen to baby (you probably already know this). I don't know much about this but I would be using some magnesium oil to massage her 5-10 mins before bathing. But try a trial patch on her skin first and only for a couple of mins. Or just put some magnesium chloride or epsom salts in her bath water.

The other thing for them to check out is Cerebral Palsy which could have been caused if there was a lack of oxygen. It probably isn't this but would be worth checking out because, if it is, the earlier therapy starts the better. All the best in finding some answers for this precious little one.

Posted by Mandy (Singapore) on 06/18/2011

Hi - I've been experiencing tingling in my left arm right up to my fingers, tongue and occasionally my left leg too.

Sometimes there will be a hot flush on my arm that goes towards my fingers and cause a very strong pins & needles sensation.

I have a very stiff left shoulder as well and sometimes cause bad migraines that cause my eyeballs to hurt.

My MRI scans came out clear, there are no visible pinched nerves. I've been seeing a physiotherapist and she's been working on easing up the stiff knots in my left shoulder. The tingles on my left arm is gradually getting better, however the tingles in my tongue is not. Sometimes there are even tingles that go across my face, especially when I lie down. I'm very concerned about the condition on the tongue as it causes me sleepness nights due to the discomfort and triggers off my sinus in the mornings! Help!

Posted by Linda
Alpharetta, Ga
06/19/2011
A good accupuncturist should be able to help you. Ask for references. Would be good if you find someone, who is specialized in nerves and has helped people with similar problems before.

You might want to try a small dosage of ACV and see what happens. ACV increases blood flow through the whole body. If nothing happens or if it feels better you can increase the dosage a little bit.

Posted by Jessica (Edmonton, Ab, Ca) on 06/17/2011

I have recently started experiencing different and irritating sensations in my arms, legs, and face. These sensations vary from tingling, twitching, short stabing pain, and a "skin crawling" feeling. It affects me off and on both day and night, and has started to affect sleep. I am finding it hard to focus on even just day to day tasks because of this. I was wondering if anyone has any idea what could be causing this, or idea's on how to allieviate these irritating sensations. Thank you in advance for any feedback.

Posted by Patti
Tempe, Az
01/09/2012
It sound like you have Restless Legs Syndrome. I take magnesium and potassium at the same time to relieve this.
Posted by Mare
Chicago, Il, Usa
03/24/2013
Years ago I too had RLS and didn't know what to do, so I researched it. One of the remedies I stumbled upon was Iron. Instead taking it in pill form I just bought a cereal that is high in Iron, C--- of W----: 2 1/2 tablespoons and a 1/4 cup of milk. It didn't totally relax my legs, but they felt 100x better. Even now if my legs or joints hurt, especially after I've done a lot of walking, I eat it and almost instantaneously (not an exaggeration) they feel better.

The second remedy. I was diagnosed a few years ago with diabetes (Type 2). Was put on Metformin. As a side benefit to controlling my blood sugar levels my RLS has completely disappeared.

These are just two suggestions. Hope this helps!

Posted by Kina
Washington
01/23/2014
Hi Jessica,

I had similar symptoms and went to a neurologist who ruled out anything serious (they just called it peripheral neuropathy-there is a section for that on Earth Clinic as well that I'd look at) and gave me a prescription for Lyrica. I've since discovered Alpha Lipoic Acid, which works much better and is much less expensive than the Lyrica. I use 300 mg. 2 times daily.

Posted by Donna (Austin, Tx) on 08/31/2010

I had dental surgery for implants and have nerve damage. The lower left side of my jaw and lip never woke up. Yes, it's still that numb feeling after dental work, but appears to be permanent. I've been taking megadoses of Vit. C powders in water, plus a multi-B. It's been 3 months now and the numb area seems to be getting smaller in size, burns, tingles, stings... Any ideas on remedies for this particular type of nerve damage?

Posted by Brenda
San Antonio, Tx
09/01/2010
I find that alpha lipoic acid 300 mgs. 2 x a day 120 cps will usually clear up pain, tingling. Etc. It is not a cure, you must keep taking it to get relief.
Posted by Jordan's Mom
Lansing, Mi, Usa
09/06/2010
6 Posts
Here is a copy of another recent post: 09/03/2010: Abid from Rawalpindi, Pakistan writes: "There are two well known homeopathic remedies for nerve damage. Just dont worry and try these remedies. Take Hypricum 30( three drops in a spoon of water three times a day) and Arnica 200 (two drops in spoon of water twice daily)After about 15 days switch on to Arnica 30( 3 drops in spoon of water thrice daily. Remain in contact for further guidence/update on my email address. Aaz_pk2004@yahoo.com"

Hope this helps.

Posted by Sandra (Walnut Cove, North Carolina USA) on 06/05/2009

Nerve Damage: I have had many major spine surgerys. I have rods, plates and cages from my neck to my tail bone. I have nerve damage from where they waited so long to repair the disc in mylower back. I now have an implanted pain pump just to keep the use of my legs. No drugs will help the pain. I hurt every minute of day. If there is anyone that is going through what I am or having problems like mine please let me know.. I am looking for a doctor that can repair damage nerves. I will go to the end of the earth to find a good doctor. If anyone can give me some information please let me know. I am hanging in! I say a prayer for all the ones that are going through back pain. The cramps and numbness and pain is just the start. Don't try the injection and the burning of the nerves or steriod injection. It just prolong having surgery and then you could end up with nerve damage in both legs like me. Sandra wavedreamer1@aol.com

Posted by Abid
Rawalpindi, Pakistan
09/03/2010
3 Posts
There are two well known homeopathic remedies for nerve damage. Just dont worry and try these remedies. Take Hypricum 30( three drops in a spoon of water three times a day) and Arnica 200 (two drops in spoon of water twice daily)After about 15 days switch on to Arnica 30( 3 drops in spoon of water thrice daily. Remain in contact for further guidence/update on my email address. Aaz_pk2004@yahoo.com
Posted by Safari
Chatou, Paris/france
04/22/2011
4 Posts
Afrom the homeopathy, try some DMSO, it has done me and others good
Posted by Janet
Kendal, England
07/16/2011
33 Posts
Could you please tell me what DMSO, stands for. Thank you.

EC: Dimethyl sulfoxide

Posted by Faeqa
Amman, Jordan
01/15/2012
26 Posts
Peas upon all of you, I interest in reading old Arabic medical books, they mentioned Lavender emulsion 1-2 cups a day and one drop of Bitter apple (Citrullus Colocynthis) tincture a day for nerve pain, if any one like to try it.

Posted by Reggie (Oakland, California) on 06/02/2009

SEVERE NERVE PAIN

ABOUT A YEAR AGO I WAS WASHING A BLENDER AFTER MAKING A CREATINE DRINK AND WHILE ON A DOWNWARD STROKE WITH A SPONGE/BRILLO PAD, I POKED MYSELF WITH THE BLENDER BLADE ON MY RIGHT MIDDLE FINGER RIGHT BELOW THE FINGERNAIL BUT PAST THE CUTICLE. IT LEFT ME WITH SLIGHT NUMBNESS AND ITCHING AND PAIN..IT REALLY BOTHERED ME BUT I TRIED TO IGNORE IT. STAYED THAT WAY FOR 3-4MO. THEN STARTED SPREADING TO MY OTHER FINGERS ON MY RT HAND THEN THROUGH MY HAND(ONLY ON THE BACK OF MY HAND, BUT ON THE BACK AND SIDE OF MY FINGERS). ALL THE WAY UP TO THE END OF MY FOREARM, DIDN'T GO PAST MY ELBOW BUT THE PAIN IS TERRIBLE..IT FEELS LIKE THE SKIN IS PULLED OFF THE FLESH. I'M NOT EXAGGERATING, AND IT'S 24HRS A DAY ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 10 IT IS A 9 IN THE DAY 9-10 @ NIGHT. DOCTORS HAVE NO ANSWERS FOR ME THEY WROTE IT OFF AS REFLUX SYNDROME DYST.(RSD). I'M THINKING SOMETHING GOT IN MY BLOODSTREAM FROM THE BLADE WHICH INFLAMED THE NERVE. THEY HAVE ME TAKING OXYCOTTIN, METHADONE, AND LYRICA..NONE OF THEM WORK. I HAVE TO TAKE ALL THREE TO KEEP THE PAIN RIGHT BELOW UNBEARABLE. I WAS A VERY ATHLETIC PERSON SO IT IS MENTALLY KILLING ME AS WELL AS THE MEDS TO MY KIDNEYS I'M SURE. I RECENTLY HEARD OF LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT WORKS BUT I DON'T HAVE 4-$5000 TO SPEND ON THE PROBE NEEDED. IF THERE IS ANY ONE OUT THERE THAT HAS BEEN THROUGH THIS OR KNOWS OF ANY THING THAT CAN HELP, PLEASE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I WILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL. THANK YOU.

EMAIL; SHAFT00@LIVE.COM REGGIE GIBSON

Posted by Angie (Missouri) on 04/19/2009

I was wondering if ted or anyone else could help me with this. I have researched this online and cannot find very much information about. my husbands hands, arms and legs are going to sleep at night and it seems to be getting worse. could this be a nutritional problem, lack of a certain vitamin? If anyone knows what would help this problem, I would appreciate hearing about it. thanks.

Posted by PR
Houston, Texas
04/20/2009
72 Posts
Hello, I had the same problems started reseaching and found out that vitamin B12 deficiency causes this. As long as I supplement with B12 I have no problem. If I forget to take the B12 I have problems again. Besure to use the kind that needs to stay under the tongue for a minute or so. How much depends on the person. Sometimes I take between 3,000 - 5,000 mcg a day. You will know when you get enough as the symtoms go away. I have found the amount for varies depending on stress and other things. Also B12 can help with energy levels. Good Luck as my experience the numbness and tingling can really hurt. There is also a homepathic product on the market that others have had good luck with. Can't mention name but has the word nerve in it if B12 doesn't work.
Posted by Alex
Los Angeles, CA
04/22/2009
About the product. Does has the word "fix" in it? thank's
Posted by BellaAyla
Atlanta, GA
07/29/2009
On this B12 discussion, I understand it is super important to get sublingual METHYLCOBALAMIN B12 - it must be Methylcobalamin and you should take at least 1000mcg per day. Several people I know with nerve issues have used this successfully.
Posted by Ravi C
Alpharetta, Ga, Usa
01/10/2012
2 Posts
My wife had tingling sensation in her arms and she took magnesium (400 mg) twice a day with Vitamin B6 (200 mg) twice/thrice and B12 (5000mcg) once a day helped her. I heard that B vitamins work better together so take these with a B-complex vitamin.


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