Diabetic naturopathy in feet been hurting since last night. I feel like I could die

Hello. My feet have been hurting since last night. Didn't sleep at all because of it. I've been diabetic for 11 years. My ALC is in the 8s. I've haven't had this much pain in a long time. I'm on 100 mgs of gabapentin, but currently out. I got to talk to my doctor about increasing my dose. I've been off my feet almost all day and the pain is starting to get unbearable. I don't know what to do. I've proped it up no relief.

I can't take it anymore, what should I do???

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[TW: functional fitness chair guy/not fitness] Naturopathy, functional medicine aren't snake oil. So much of alternative medicine is just slandered by the medical industrial complex, Karens, hippies, and pseudoskeptics. reddit.com/r/confidentlyi…
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Top Differences between Naturopathy and Homeopathy

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Although homeopathic and naturopathic medicines are known to patients for ages, both the medical disciplines are different from one another. In both the areas, it is believed that any illness can be completely cured by recognizing the root cause. However, they both don’t bear any similarities in their approaches. To understand homeopathic and naturopathic medicines better, know the following dissimilarities.

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Cured 5000+ patients with naturopathy.. full story in comment v.redd.it/aqeoap46uiz61
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I have taken a firm decision to study naturopathy, since it’s been my lifelong passion ever since. Where are the best schools of naturopathy in Europe? And is it true that once you get the degree , it is useful only in the country you’ve completed it?
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[Serious] Doctors on Reddit, what's your take on Naturopathy?
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All thing about Naturopathy

Naturopathy is a type of healthcare that consolidates modern treatment with traditional strategies. It incorporates alternative, natural therapies to modern medicine.

Naturopathy Treatment in Chennai

The objective of naturopathic medicine is to treat the entire individual - that implies brain, body, and soul. It additionally means to heal the underlying drivers of an ailment not simply stop the side effects.

6 Principles of naturopathy

• Self-healing

• Fundamental indications

• Innocuous treatment

• Holistic treatment

• Instruction in treatment

• Prevention

Treatments

• Diet and nourishment suggestions

• Social change, like exercise and way of life

• Homeopathy, a kind of natural medicine

• Hydrotherapy, which is water-based treatment

• Manipulative therapy, for example, squeezing certain pieces of the body to set up balance

• Natural dietary enhancements

• Detoxification

• Psychotherapy

Use naturopathy might be successful in

• Cardiovascular infection

• Musculoskeletal agony

• Type 2 diabetes

• Polycystic ovary condition

• Discouragement

• Uneasiness

• Some other constant conditions

Therapies

• Acupuncture

• Natural Medicine

• Homeopathy

• Fasting Therapy

• Mud Therapy

For More Information : Siddha Clinic in Vadapalani

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Naturopathy - any takers?

So I've been dealing with Grave's disease for around 8 years (somewhat of an expert by now lol) (I'm 21 btw).

After a nice second remission last year that lasted around 8 months, I am back on the pills and harder than before (methimazole). Anyways, the doctor I've been going to has been pushing me to take the Iodine pill since I don't know when and I'm just not about destroying my thyroid and being on pills for the rest of my life when I have a chance (however small) of going back into remission for good.

So I've finally decided to look elsewhere, (yes I spoke to my doctor about it, she wasn't exactly thrilled about it but she said its fine as long as the supplements I take contain no iodine).

By elsewhere I mean naturopathy. I've spoken with a naturopath and she wants to basically want to strengthen my immune system and regulate it. She believes this may correct the issue.

What are your experiences? Any cured members? Any members left worse off?

Looking forward to hearing what y'all got to say.

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questions comparing leaky gut in relation to Ayurveda and Naturopathy.

In Naturopathy, when someone like myself has leaky gut it is recommended to remove all grains until the gut is healed. However I have had Ayurvedic practitioners recommend grains with spices which have always made me feel worse and aggravated my condition. In Ayirveda is it more about just including the spices with the grains to ensure proper digestion so that there is no reactions? Meaning if you leaky gut, you can still have grains, you just need to digest them completely?

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Weight Loss Journey With Naturopathy mokshanaturopathy.medium.…
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What are your thoughts on Naturopathy to clear perioral dermatitis ?

Just to give you guys a little bit of background on my condition- A few years ago my derm gave me a topical steroid to apply on a dry rash on my skin. The rash went away in a couple of days but I continued to apply the topical steroid on the bottom half of my face not knowing that I was putting a steroid on my face. So this went on for a year till I figured out I was applying a topical steroid. I weaned off the topical steroid and to my surprise, I didn’t have much of an adverse reaction. Sure my skin was dry and sensitive but it was bearable. I was using the la roche posay gentle hydrating cleanser and my skin seemed to get better every month.

It had been 2 years since I stopped the steroid usage and things were going great. One day I ran out of my la roche posay cleanser and I decided to try the cetaphil cleanser because that is so much cheaper. The first two weeks were good. But on the third week I got two bumps near by mouth and I found it really unusual because I rarely did breakout near my mouth. It went away in a couple of days and a couple of other bumps started to appear. I ignored this for a few months, hoping that it would go away soon. But things started to get worse. I booked an appointment with the dermatologist and he prescribed me metrogel-a topical antibiotic. It seemed to work for a couple of days and then my rash became worse. I then tried doxycycline- same story- seemed to work in the beginning but things got worse in a couple of days. Over the next couple of months, I tried out a whole lot of treatments, desperately searching for a solution- I tried oral and topical antifungals, demodex medication, light therapy and so much more. I can’t begin to talk about the amount of time and money I’ve wasted on this.

A few months ago, I finally gave up and decided to do nothing and try zero therapy. It definitely seemed to get better in the beginning but after a month the bumps started to appear again (not as bad as it used to be) but it still hurts to see new itchy and burning bumps appear every day.

Are you still with me?

...I feel like I’ve tried everything and now the only thing left to try is “Naturopathy” to heal my body from the inside out because I have no idea what is going on with my skin. Any of you had any experience with Naturopathy?

pS- I am consulting a naturopath and I start my treatment next week. I’m just a little nervous because I don’t think there’s anything else left to try if this doesn’t work!

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For anyone wondering an ND is...it's a "doctorate" in "naturopathy"
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Naturopathy - any takers?

So I've been dealing with Grave's disease for around 8 years (somewhat of an expert by now lol) (I'm 21 btw).

After a nice second remission last year that lasted around 8 months, I am back on the pills and harder than before (methimazole). Anyways, the doctor I've been going to has been pushing me to take the Iodine pill since I don't know when and I'm just not about destroying my thyroid and being on pills for the rest of my life when I have a chance (however small) of going back into remission for good.

So I've finally decided to look elsewhere, (yes I spoke to my doctor about it, she wasn't exactly thrilled about it but she said its fine as long as the supplements I take contain no iodine).

By elsewhere I mean naturopathy. I've spoken with a naturopath and she wants to basically want to strengthen my immune system and regulate it. She believes this may correct the issue.

What are your experiences? Any cured members? Any members left worse off?

Looking forward to hearing what y'all got to say.

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