Diabetic Neuropathy Pain Relief Patches

Patches are a great alternative to having to take drugs orally. There are patches that help to stop smoking, to lose weight and even to manage pain for diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

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Diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain affects approximately 60 to 70% of people with diabetes, especially those that have had diabetes for over 25 years. This is why it’s very important to control your blood glucose and levels of insulin.

ThinkstockPhotos-479898062Over time, people with diabetic neuropathy can develop tingling or pain in their toes, feet, legs, hands and arms. Most doctors treat this condition with pain medication, but many people have the option of using a lidocaine patch.

Lidocaine patches are used for temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches, as well as diabetic nerve pain. The patch contains 5% lidocaine, which is safe to use with other medications. Studies have found that most patients show a significant reduction of pain.