Peripheral neuropathy is the problem with the nerves that carry information to and from the brain and the spinal cord. This can result in pain, loss of sensation and in ability to control muscles.
The indications of peripheral neuropathy include:
• Sensation of tingling, pain or itching in skin.
• Skin oversensitive to touch, especially in feet.
• Numbness, tremor and abnormal gait.
• No sensation of pain in injury.
• Low sweat usually makes body hot.
• Uncontrolled blood pressure.
• Dizziness or fainting on making sudden movements.