Treatment for Nerve Damage

These are the remedies that I used. At 5 weeks, I noticed marked improvement and my full recovery took less than two months. The worst part was definitely the constant tight feeling in my lower teeth, but I am happy to report that is gone and I have FULL SENSATION in my lip and chin.

B12 1000Mcg Methylcobalamin

B Complex. The B-vitamins help to maintain the health of the nerves.
Coenzymate B Complex


Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin). B Complex contains B12, but I also took B12 separately. Make sure you get methylcobalamin as this type of B12 is better targeted to nerve issues than its more common counterpart – cyanocobalamin. B12 helps prevent nerve damage, and promotes normal growth and development by maintaining the fatty sheaths that cover and protect nerve endings.
B12 1000Mcg Methylcobalamin

Vitamin C. In nerve cells, vitamin C directly reacts with free radicals to prevent oxidative stress.
Super Stress With Vitamin C

Calcium. Most people do not get enough calcium in their diet, and if you take calcium, you must also balance it with magnesium. Coral Calcium is best.
Coral Calcium

Thought Field Therapy

Thought Field Therapy

Thought Field Therapy. This technique (aka accupressure sans needles) helped relieve the pain I felt in my lower teeth. It can be used for a variety of issues, from physical pain to phobias and even addictions. In his book, Dr. Callahan discusses the background behind this great discovery.
Tapping the Healer Within : Using Thought-Field Therapy to Instantly Conquer Your Fears, Anxieties, and Emotional Distress

Folic Acid (aka Folate).
Folic Acid

Natural Care's Nerve Fix 60Caps


Nerve Fix. Helps relieve minor symptoms of nerve-related tingling, numbness, burning, pain and pins and needles. If you try nothing else, please give Nerve Fix a chance. If I had to choose one remedy that helped me the most, it would definitely be this one. I’ve found that House of Nutrition by far has the best price.

You certainly do not have to use each and every one of these products, but this is what I used to recover from my interior alveolar nerve injury in less then 8 weeks.

I highly recommend Nerve Fix as I feel this product targeted my most uncomfortable nerve damage symptoms.

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6 Responses to Treatment for Nerve Damage

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much for your comments. You have given me hope. I am 40 yrs old, in otherwise good health, and have suffered from parasthesia for 3 wks now from wisdom teeth extraction (2 on bottom, and one on top). I will try these remedies. This “minor surgery” too has consumed every waking moment of my life. To think that I was so worried about dry sockets. Ha! I had no idea that this “parasthesia” was something that I should really be concerned about. Thanks again. I appreciate your comments!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I can relate to this as well. One week ago I had an injection (Articaine) for a root canal. I woke up the next day with a numb tongue (right side) and a tingling, burning pain. It has been a week and it now consumes every moment of my life. I will take the remedies listed above and hope it works. This is a nightmare. Thanks again.

  3. SD says:

    I am 5 weeks post extraction tomorrow and still have tightness in my teeth on the RHS lower.

    Thanks for the tips. Agree with your frustration completely!!

    Cheers
    Steve

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your commentary. I too am suffering from parasthesia. I just had my wisdom teeth removed and I feel completely devastated due to the numbness. I feel confident that it will get better as I do feel that tingling and burning sensation. I am actually thrilled that it is happening, thinking “come on nerves, wake up baby”. I am heading to the drug store right after work for some of your recomendations. Thanks for your thoughts.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for all the informaton. I wish I knew all the information before I got the tooth pulled that wasnt even bothering me. I am 41 years old and went to the dentist 2 weeks ago to get one wisdom tooth removed. I was there for two hours and came home with my tooth until the next morning when I went to an oral sergeon and got it out. I am now in so much pain and my chin and lip are numb. What a nightmare!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    any other tips?

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