Monday, April 27, 2015

Neurobion Maintaining A Healthy Nerve System

Neurobion launches the Neuropathy Awareness Movement in raising awareness about the prevalence of Neuropathy (nerve damage), its condition and the need for early intervention.

In a recent study says that 1 out of 3 people may suffer from Neuropathy or nerve damage with progression age. A regular person can type 40 words per minute. On a normal day, a person takes 6,200 steps. With every touch, a person can ignite four million sensory receptors. These seemingly common daily activities will not be easy to perform without healthy nerves.

Numbness, tingling and burning sensations, mostly felt in hands and feet, are common signs of nerve damage or a condition call Neuropathy. Contrary to the common belief that only old and mature people experience nerve damage, younger people can also experience and be prone to this condition. It can affect people who have an unbalanced diet and unhealthy lifestyle which includes smoking and high alcohol intake, those who have suffered injuries or have diabetes.

But now, people can prevent nerve damage as early as they can by maintaining a balanced diet, following an active lifestyle and taking B-Vitamin Complex daily. The role of vitamins B1, B6, and B12 are important in the health of the nervous system.


With this regards, the Neuropathy Awareness Movement takes proud with their advocacy. To reach out the younger market and more people, the brand engaged ambassadors for raising awareness includes the Director and Producer Paul Soriano and TV actress, singer and celebrity mom Zsa Zsa Padilla will help to spread the word about the campaign.

Neurobion mission does not stop at providing preventive measure for Neuropathy but also extends to creating awareness and spreading information on teaching consumers how to detect early symptoms of the condition and how to live a healthy and active lifestyle.

For more information on Neurobion and the Neuropathy Awareness Movement, visit www.facebook.com.NeurobionPhilippines.

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