6th October 2019

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What is the best vitamin for nerve damage?

Many studies have shown that using nutritional support with lipoic acid 300 mg 2x day, Acetyl-L-Carnitine 2,000 mg a day, Inositol (500-1,000 mg a day), and vitamins B6 (50-100 mg a day) and B12 (500-5,000 mcg a day—both B vitamins and Inositol are in the Energy Revitalization System vitamin powder) can actually help

Thereof, what vitamins are good for peripheral neuropathy?

B-Vitamins
  • Thiamine (B1) and benfotiamine. A lack of thiamine can directly cause neuropathy (Head 2006).
  • Vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is critical for the function of the nervous system, and a lack of it can cause significant peripheral neuropathy (Head 2006).
  • Folate and vitamin B6.

What can you do to relieve neuropathy?

Besides medications used to treat conditions associated with peripheral neuropathy, medications used to relieve peripheral neuropathy signs and symptoms include:
  • Pain relievers.
  • Anti-seizure medications.
  • Topical treatments.
  • Antidepressants.
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