Neuropathic pain

Neuropathic pain occurs by the presence of an injury or disease of the peripheral or central nervous system. Neuropathy can be painless, just as pain can exist without evidence of nerve injury. Neuropathic pain, therefore, can be defined as an unpleasant sensation or emotional experience associated with dysfunction or nervous system injury. In addition, next to the neurological pain, many patients suffer from insomnia, constipation, loss of appetite, anxiety, vomiting, weakness or discomfort in the mouth. Besides, the peripheral neuropathic pain or chronic neuropathic pain is the result of damage to peripheral nerves that usually cause numbness and pain in the hands and feet, and tingling or burning.

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