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Diabetic Neuropathy and Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits

While many people think of diabetes as a painless condition, millions of diabetics suffer from tingling toes or painful feet. High blood sugar can cause injury to the nerves and blood vessels throughout the body. The first nerves that are affected are the smallest ones furthest away from your spinal cord. Those nerves will stretch to the toes and your feet where it can cause a constant burning feeling in the feet. This problem, called diabetic neuropathy, can completely rob your feet of the ability to sense pain.

If your doctor has told you that you have diabetic neuropathy, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. The Social Security Administration doesn’t make it easy for those with diabetic neuropathy to get the Social Security Disability benefits that they deserve. You can learn more about the Social Security Disability claim’s process by ordering your no obligation copy of Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits. Contact Tampa Bay diabetic neuropathy Social Security Disability attorney Nancy Cavey, to learn more about your rights to Social Security Disability benefits.

Controlling Diabetic Neuropathy and Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits

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Diabetic neuropathy is caused by high blood sugar that injures the nerves and blood vessels throughout the body. Diabetic neuropathy can cause tingling, constant burning in the feet or sharp pain or even extreme sensitivity to touch making standing on your feet unbearable.

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, one of the most important things that you can do is keep your blood sugar as close as possible to your daily and long term targets. Four other ways that you can help control diabetic neuropathy include:

1.      Controlled blood pressure;

2.      Stop smoking;

3.      Stay active;

4.      Slim down.

There are also prescription medications available for treating diabetic neuropathy but they do not slow or reverse the process.

If you have been diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. You can learn more about your rights to Social Security Disability benefits in the Tampa Bay Area or diabetes or diabetic neuropathy by consulting with Social Security Disability attorney Nancy Cavey. She has written the go to consumer guide Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits that can help you learn more about the Social Security Disability claim’s process.