Chemotherapy drugs often strip the coverings from the nerves, damaging the nerves, particularly those of the hands, feet, arms and legs.
The higher or more frequent the dose of the chemotherapy drugs, the greater the chance it will cause neuropathy (nerve damage).
Chemo (chemotherapy drugs) travels through the whole body, and certain types of chemo can damage different nerves. Symptoms tend to start farthest away from the head, but move in closer over time.
In most cases, people will notice chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) symptoms in the feet, then later on in the hands. Symptoms may start in the toes, but move on to the ankles and legs. Likewise, symptoms can move up from the fingers to the hands and arms.
CIPN (Chemo-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy) can begin any time after treatment starts. It often gets worse as treatments go on. Damage to the nervous system in chemotherapy patients can develop months or years after treatment.
What to Do About the Nerve Damage
It has been known for some time that increased levels of Thiamine (vitamin B1) in the blood stream are very effective in reducing and reversing nerve damage.
Additionally, neuropathy has been found to be caused and made worse by insufficient amounts of vitamin B12 in the body. Vitamin B12 supports the sheathing that protects nerve cells and has shown in studies that it promotes the regeneration and growth of nerve cells.
The most common type of vitamin B12 used in supplements is called Cyanocobalamine. Taking Cyanocobalamine can result in absorption of as little as 1/2 of 1% of the amount taken, which makes it almost impossible to get enough of this vitally important vitamin.
a new type of vitamin B1 has been produced, called Benfotiamine. It is
a fat-soluble version of vitamin B1. What does this mean? It means this
new form of vitamin B1 can be taken orally in large dosages and it will
not flush out of the body the way ordinary Thiamine (vitamin B1) does.
The result is that by taking Benfotiamine the blood stream levels of vitamin
B1 can now be greatly increased.
How to Build Healthy Nerves
The RHP® Nerve Support Formula contains both Benfotiamine and Methyl B12. Benfotiamine and methylcobalamin are two of the most widely used ingredients in the world to support nerves and the nervous system.
The blood stream levels of vitamin B1 and vitamin B12 can now be greatly increased, providing the nutritional support needed by the body to rapidly and far more effectively build healthy nerves and a healthy nervous system.
The RHP® Nerve Support Formula is far more effective than either Benfotiamine or Methyl B12 alone.
Both Benfotiamine and Methyl B12 have been shown to be non-toxic and have no known side effects, even in very high dosages.
One important, yet little known of the numerous functions of vitamin D, is the regulation of nervous system development and function. Vitamin D has been found to have a neuroprotective effect, therefore it is included in the RHP® Nerve Support Formula.
Also, included in the RHP® Nerve Support Formula are small amounts of riboflavin (vitamin B2), vitamin B6, and Folic Acid. These vitamins are cofactors (substances that must join with another to produce a given result) of Methyl B12.
You hold in your hands an opportunity to significantly improve the health of your nerves. Your most important decision is to take action and take control of your health.
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