"Love is the only sane and satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence" - Erich Fromm------------>
Studying neuroscience as an undergrad.Hopes to get into MedSchool.I am amazed by the human body. Orthopedic surgery is my biggest and most scariest dream in life.Love brains,bones and guys with amazing legs :D Every person I have ever met has shaped my life in some way. This blog is a tiny part of me, so I hope you enjoy it! :D love to you! Mua!
One last thing, my favorite flowers are "white tulips" so if you'd like to get to know me...there's your first step :P
If you have diabetes, your blood sugar levels are too high. Over time, this can damage the covering on your nerves or the blood vessels that bring oxygen to your nerves. Damaged nerves may stop sending messages, or may send messages slowly or at the wrong times.
This damage is called diabetic neuropathy. About half of people with diabetes get it. Symptoms may include:
Numbness in your hands, legs or feet
Shooting pains, burning or tingling
Nausea, vomiting, constipation or diarrhea
Problems with sexual function
Dizziness when you change positions quickly
Controlling your blood sugar can help prevent nerve problems, or keep them from getting worse. Treatment may include pain relief and other medicines.
A woman living in China’s Shandong Province got a bit of a surprise recently when doctors at the Chinese PLA General Hospital told her that her brain was missing one of the most important centers for motor control: the cerebellum. She had initially checked herself into the hospital because of a bad case of dizziness and nausea.
Her diagnosis helped explain some of the challenges she had experienced through the course of her life, including slurred speech, delayed onset of walking until the age of seven and troubles with maintaining balance her entire life.