Have you ever wondered how your brain can interpret the tingling sensation you feel in your toe in a split second despite the distance between your feet and your head? Well, that’s because you have a nervous system, a group of organs that is responsible for your body’s control and the communication among its parts. Between your head and your feet or any organ in your body lies a complex network of neurons called the peripheral nervous system, which serves as a bridge for the information the brain should receive and interpret.
Introduction to Neuropathy
Imagine what will happen if your peripheral nervous system shuts down. Meaning, the neurons that connect one or a number of organs to your brain get damaged. The resulting condition is referred to as neuropathy, the damage or disruption of the nerves. Read more on this article: