Nerve renew - Review | Use | Side Effects
Nerve renew is a dietary supplement containing vitamin B complex group, vitamin D and herbs (feverfew, oat straw, passionflower and skullcap). It is used to treat neuropathy which is often caused by other disorders, such as:
- Diabetes (diabetic neuropathy is very common)
- Kidney impairment
- Liver impairment
- Vitamin B deficiency
- Some types of cancer
Neuropathy can affect sensory nerves which leads to numbness, pain, tingling and weakness in hands and feet, or motor nerves which leads to weakness of extremities.
Pain that occurs with neuropathy can be extremely severe and unbearable for the patient, and must be treated to prevent complications.
How Nerve renew works?
Nerve renew contains all natural ingredients, including:
- vitamin B1
- vitamin B2
- vitamin B6
- vitamin B12
- alpha-lipoic acid
- vitamin D
- skullcap and oat straw
Because Nerve renew is an all-natural product, it is available without a prescription.
Ingredients of Nerve renew work in following ways:
- B vitamins (especially vitamin B12) can increase levels of noradrenaline and 5-hydroxytryptamine in nerves, which lead to reducing pain, tingling and numbness. One study shows how much B vitamins are to effectively treat polyneuropathy caused by alcoholism.1
- Alpha-lipoic acid reduces nerve hypoxia and improves nerve conduction velocity. These effects reduce pain, numbness and paresthesia. Alpha-lipoic acid is very well researched and there are many studies which confirm its efficacy in the treatment of neuropathy.2,3
- Feverfew is a plant that contains parthenolide, a compound with analgesic properties. It is considered as a plant that may become a new therapeutic solution for neuropathy. It is not known how it works yet, although it is assumed that it dilates blood vessels and improves blood supply to the nerves.
- Passionflower is a plant that is known for its antianxiety and sedative properties. Studies have shown that this plant is useful for treating neuropathic pain.
- Oat straw reduces nerve inflammation and has a calming effect on nerves, and might be useful for treating neuropathy. There are no studies about its use for treating neuropathy.
- Skullcap works similar as oat straw, but there are not enough studies to confirm its efficacy in the treatment of neuropathy.
How to take Nerve renew
Take one capsule in the morning, immediately after waking up. Recommended dosage is one capsule per day.
It is important to drink plenty of water while taking Nerve renew capsules. You will see positive effects after two-three weeks of taking Nerve renew.
Why is Nerve renew different from ordinary B vitamins?
Because it contains a combination of vitamins and herbs, all working in the same way - reducing pain, numbness and tingling.
If you take only B vitamins, they will be too weak, but a combination of vitamins and herbs makes a strong and effective supplement for treating neuropathy.
Nerve renew side effects
Nerve renew does not cause any adverse effects if used in recommended dosage. No side effects have been reported in patients taking Nerve renew. Do not take this supplement if you are allergic to any herb contained in Nerve renew.
Should you buy it
We do not want to sound like those websites that are just trying to sell you something, but this product is quite promising if you look at the scientific facts. Its price is neither high nor low. One month supply of Nerve renew will cost you $43.
This is unbiased review
We did not receive any payments to write this post and we do not have any financial benefits from it. This post is written by our doctors and pharmacists based on their own experience of Nerve renew use in practice. They have also researched this product by reading all available clinical studies on this subject.
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