I bought this product to help my disabled 79 year old father. He has a number of physical problems, including chronic pain in the lower back, shoulders, and aches in his arms, as well as numbness in one foot/leg. He also suffers from either neurogenic or vascular claudication, which is an inability to walk more than a few steps without extreme weakness in the legs. He's been to doctor after doctor for the last three years, with no real answers. He has been prescribed pain medications a number of times, but his side effects are so strong that it's really not worth it. So those are out. Aleve and Ibuprofen have helped in a stop-gap way, but because he is on Warfarin, a blood thinner, his cardiologist strongly discourages them.
Since being on Nerve Pain Plus for about five weeks, he says his lower back pain is almost gone, and he almost never complains about pain at all. He has not asked for an Aleve or Ibuprofen in that time as well. So I was encouraged by this!
All this is background to another possible positive effect of Nerve Pain Plus. I think my father has suffered from PBA (Pseudobulbar Affect) for about five years now. I only heard of the term when I saw the advertisements with Danny Glover on TV recently. We did not understand why even the most mundane emotions would make him sob, or his body shake trying to hold back sobs. The kind of things that the rest of us might get a little lump in our throat or a warm feeling about, he would essentially “burst” into tears. There weren’t exactly waterworks rolling down his face, and the episodes would be over very quickly. He was aware of the issue, and even mentioned that he couldn’t control it. His friends and loved ones just kind of got used to it, but it was socially awkward. Well, since being on Never Pain Plus, I have not seen him cry at all in three weeks! I am waiting a bit longer before I mention it to him, since I’m not sure he is aware that this difficult behavior has disappeared. If this is a result of the use of Nerve Pain Plus, then that, combined with the pain relief he seems to be getting, is enough for me to give it a hearty recommendation.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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