Do you have foot nerve pain that is not getting better by traditional means? Have you already visited the Nerve Pain in Foot page? The various possible causes were covered on that page. Here is a little known and perhaps one of the biggest possible and most un-diagnosed causes.
Basic Possible Causes of Foot Nerve Pain ?
These are covered on the foot nerve pain page of this site. Quickly, we will review them here. If it is not one of these, they it may be a little know cause we will discuss here. First a quick review.
Morton's Neuroma: a thickened nerve.
Pinched Nerve: Also called nerve entrapment results in shooting pain and or sensitivity no the top of the foot. This can be the foot version of carpel tunnel pain, called tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Diabetes Peripheral Neuropathy: If you are doing sugar (yea, when we are dehydrated, sugar becomes a drug for some) then you can get nerve damage.
Other Neuropathy Causes: These include nerve damage from trauma, surgery, drugs, anti-viral drugs or antibiotics.
There is an unknown cause. When the doctor cannot define the cause, it may be because the pharmaceutical medical complex blinded them. More on how and why a little later.
Please Note: This is based on a theory that is found in literature. Because of the nature of the condition, it will be difficult to have a double blind study. First, consider what the blood looks like in this condition. We like to think of it as Rouleau Anemia although at this time, it is not a recognized anemia.
Rouleau Formation is when your red blood cells look like a stack of coins or sweet tarts on a string. They cannot efficiently carry oxygen when this formation is present. The more prolific the formation, the greater the anemia or lack of oxygenation.
Additionally, other bodies like cholesterol and biofilms as well as other things that are typically found along with rouleau in the blood could block the flow of blood to the capillaries. This results in decreased oxygenation. That in turn can result in numbness, tingling, transient coldness foot nerve pain.
Water Cures Protocol is the foundation of ending rouleau formation. The only way you will know if you have it is by looking at your live blood through dark field microscopy.
The water cures helps with hydration as well as balancing the body systems which will help with nerve conduction as well as oxygenation. The water and salt also help the tissues of and around the nerves providing the potassium, sodium and water needed to properly hydrate the cells.
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