The Role of Diabetes in CIDP Inflammation
Type 2 diabetes can lead to inflammation of the nerves and make CIDP inflammation worse.
Your Neuropathy May Be a Potential Risk for Heart Disease
It has long been known that diabetes is associated with heart disease. Research is showing that peripheral neuropathy by itself may also be a culprit. By Shiraz Abbas Current evidence indicates that peripheral neuropathy is associated with the cardiovascular diseases. A 2010 study found the following: Physiological activities of the cardiovascular system are under the […]
How Insulin May Be Making Your CIDP Worse
Insulin resistance is a contributing factor behind inflammation in the body and may be associated with your CIDP.
How Your Diabetic Neuropathy May be Affecting Your Poop
Diabetic neuropathy is the type of neuropathy that has been the most associated with gastro-intestinal problems and may potentially lead to serious problems.
The Power Effects of Alpha-Lipoic Acid IVs for Neuropathy
Alpha-lipoic acid is known for helping people with neuropathy, but how you take is also of vital importance.
How CIDP and GBS May Be Behind Your Frequent Urination
CIDP, GBS and other neuropathies have been shown to be responsible for frequent urination and other urinary disorders.
How Loneliness Can Trigger Autoimmune Diseases like CIDP
Loneliness has been associated with an increased risk for autoimmune diseases. This has important implications for people who suffer from CIDP.
Vegetable Oils May Make Your CIDP Worse
Vegetable oils have dramatically increase in use, but they may be making autoimmune diseases like CIDP worse.
Meditation Can Help CIDP Inflammation
Meditation is showing promise in reducing markers of chronic inflammation in people with autoimmune diseases.