Dr. Kennedy’s 3-Step Process to Kickstart Nerve Regeneration
To Reduce Debilitating Pain, Tingling, Numbness Caused By Damaged Nerves
If your nerves are misfiring – causing stabbing pains, burning or tingling sensations, or loss of feeling in any part of your body – there are 3 things you can do right now to address the problem and alleviate your symptoms.
Right now – there are little “fires” in your nerves that are killing the nerve cells.
Those fires may have been caused by nutritional deficiencies (like Vitamin B12), physical trauma, underlying conditions (i.e. diabetes), or something else.
Whatever the cause, these fires are disrupting the transmission of nerve signals to the brain and causing phantom pains, tingling, numbness, etc.
To put those fires out – and allow your nerves to heal – you need to make sure your “fire hoses” (aka blood vessels) are doing their job and delivering the vitamins & nutrients your nerves need to put out the fires (and heal).
Poor circulation starves your nerve cells of life-giving oxygen and nutrients – creating more dry tinder for these fires to feed on and wreak havoc on your peripheral nerves.
To prevent these fires from spreading – and thereby stop the damage from spreading – the first step is to improve your circulation..
This is especially true if the fires are in your hands and feet – as circulation is the poorest to your extremities.
Your body naturally produces NO2 (Nitric Oxide) to relax and widen blood vessels.
But by the age of 40, your body’s NO2 production is only operating at 50% of capacity and it continues to diminish with age.
Which means your nerves likely aren’t getting the same amount of blood flow as they were 10, 20, 30 years ago.
To combat this – and improve circulation to ALL parts of your body – take a Nitric Oxide support supplement like our Nitric Oxide Booster to fuel your body with amino acids like l-arginine, which the body converts into NO2.
Your body then uses the NO2 to widen your blood vessels to ensure your “fire hoses” (aka blood vessels) are delivering enough blood (with vital oxygen and nutrients) to your nerve cells.
But just improving blood flow isn’t enough...
You need to make sure you’re getting enough of the right vitamins and nutrients into your system so that when the blood flow increases, your nerves are getting what they need to put out the fires and begin repairing themselves.
That’s Step 2 : Feeding your nerves the vitamins and nutrients that promote nerve regeneration.
Now that your blood vessels are in tip top shape – you need to start getting certain vitamins and nutrients into your blood stream.
Three of the best ones for your nerves are Benfotiamine (B2), Methylcobalamin (B12), and R-Alpha Lipoic Acid.
Each of these play a critical role in nerve health – and have been shown to promote nerve regeneration and reduce the symptoms of nerve damage.
The Third Step to kickstarting nerve regeneration is to stimulate your nerves every day.
As your blood flow improves and it delivers the nerve-boosting vitamins from step 2 above, you can promote healing by stimulating the nerves and doing activities that get your blood flowing.
Simple things like a 10-minute walk or massaging your hands or feet for a few minutes each morning will boost blood flow and stimulate your nerves so that can begin repairing their damaged connections.
Do these 3 things everyday – and you should start noticing less pain, tingling, and numbness in as little as a few weeks.
If you’re dealing with severe or long-term nerve damage, but sure to stick with this routine for at least 4-6 months, as the advanced damage may require more time to heal.