Why does diabetes cause nerve damage?
Prolonged exposure to high blood sugar can damage nerve fibers causing diabetic neuropathy. Also, high blood sugar can damage the capillaries that supply the nerves with oxygen and nutrients. Metformin, a drug commonly prescribed for diabetes, also inhibits B12 absorption which is a necessary nutrient for nerve health. Smoking and alcohol abuse can also worsen diabetic neuropathy
Are you taking pharmaceutical pain medications for your neuropathy? Did you know that these medications do nothing to fix the problem? Yes, these medications may help with your neuropathy symptoms, but they do not fix the underlying problem which is unhealthy nerves. You probably have some unpleasant side effects with taking these medications as well. Your nerves will continue to degenerate if you aren’t doing something to get them healthy again. NerveReverse was formulated to overcome these issues and solve neuropathy problems rather than just having a “temporary solution” on the problem. NerveReverse was formulated to give your nerves the nutrition they need in order to become healthy again.
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to diabetes and neuropathy. High doses of Vitamin D have been shown to improve symptoms associated with neuropathy.
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)
It is widely accepted that a B12 deficiency damages the myelin sheath that surrounds and protects nerves. B12 supplementation is an essential part of preventing and treating nerve damage, especially diabetic neuropathy.
Folate as L-Methylfolate
Over half of the US population suffers from a gene mutation called MTHFR which inhibits the body’s ability to convert the folate from food into the metabolite our body can use. This can cause problems and can lead to an increased risk of disease due to unmetabolized folic acid in the body. NerveReverse uses a special form of Folic Acid called 5-MTHF or L-Methylfolate which bypasses this mutation effect to give the body what it needs without having to convert it to useable form
The most bioavailable form of B1 has roughly 5x superior absorption than Thiamine. Benfotiamine is fat soluble and can be absorbed directly through cell membranes, which increases efficiency of transportation to the cells where it’s needed. This keeps your B1 levels higher for longer.
The active form of vitamin B6 which is already converted to usable form. This can help remove harmful substances from the body that can damage nerves.
ALA is an antioxidant and protects against damage to the body’s cells. Several Studies have shown it to help with symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
NerveReverse comes with a guarantee to work in 90 days or less. If you have been on the product for at least 90 days and don’t notice any difference in your symptoms, we will refund your entire 90 days of orders.