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Say Good-bye to Pain Associated with Neuropathy

By nature, no level of pain is desirable for the human body. Polyneuropathy, a form of peripheral neuropathy characterized by mild to severe pain in the extremities affects many people. What are its causes and symptoms? Is there a treatment solution for people suffering from polyneuropathy? The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes (NINDS) estimates that approximately twenty million people in the US have some form of polyneuropathy.1 What is Polyneuropathy? Polyneuropathy is a health condition that occurs when multiple peripheral nerves are damaged - better known as peripheral...

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Restless Leg Syndrome

Suffering from leg pain? Don’t let it hold you back from living your best life. Seek medical advice and discover if you are suffering from Restless Leg Syndrome or Neuropathy. Take control of your symptoms and discuss with your doctor the use of RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® Electric cell-Signaling Treatments for effective relief. Say goodbye to pain and hello to improved well-being. Unfortunately, leg pain is a common problem that can affect your ability to walk or stand. While leg pain may be due to a serious injury or overuse, it can also indicate serious medical conditions – including Restless...

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Obesity Causes Clinical Health Risks

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) obesity over the last 50 years has been on the rise with studies showing that obesity and the clinical risks it causes are worsening. Since 2016, nearly 2 billion adults over the age of 18 worldwide were considered overweight with 650 million of them being morbidly obese with a body mass index (BMI) of 40% or higher with a healthy range BMI measuring around 18% to 25%. In today’s social media culture, obesity acceptance is considered body positivity and has gone mainstream proclaiming fat acceptance. However, the risk factors associated with being...

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Veterans who served need our HELP!

Many of our Vietnam War Veterans were exposed to a toxic, plant herbicide called Agent Orange that was used by the U.S. to clear foliage in Vietnam. The U.S. sprayed over 11 million gallons of Agent Orange throughout Vietnam; in fact, over 20 times more than the manufacturer recommended. Those that came in contact with the chemical were exposed to it by breathing it in, absorbing it through the skin, ingesting it from food and drinks exposed to the herbicide, and absorbing it through mouth, eyes, and through physical contact. Agent Orange contains a chemical called dioxin, made from burning chlorine...

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