Definition of Neuritis:

Nerve inflammation, commonly accompanying other conditions such as tendonitis, bursitis or arthritis.  Neuritis is usually accompanied by neuralgia (nerve pain).

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“It is often difficult to diagnose Sarcoidosis as signs may mimic diabetes, hypopituitarism, optic neuritis, meningitis, tumors, or other neurologic disorders...”

Hyperbaric Oxygen a treatment
“...Upper respiratory infection – Increased hemolysis; Hyperthermia; Hereditary spherocytosis; Optic neuritis – Possible increased optic nerve pathology; Malignant tumors – possible increased vascularity for tumors; Acidosis – Decreased threshold for oxygen seizures; Steroid use – Decreased threshold...”
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...the condition
Neuritis is the inflammation of a peripheral nerve or nerves often accompanied by degenerative changes in nervous tissue...”
...our question about Reduced muscle tone
“Loss of muscle tone is a common neuritis symptom: The affected nerve keeps the muscles from staying toned...”
...relationship to Vitamin B-Complex Requirement
“Deficiencies of several B-vitamins (B1, B2, pantothenic acid, B6 and B12) can cause or contribute to neuritis...”
...relationship to Heavy Metal Toxicity
“Arsenic and lead poisoning can cause neuritis...”
...relationship to Acidosis
“A contributing cause of neuritis is chronic acidosis, that is, excessive acid condition of the blood and other body fluids...”
...recommendation Vitamin B-Complex
“All vitamins of the B group have proven beneficial in the prevention and treatment of neuritis...”
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...the condition
“...Causes and Development; Contributing Risk Factors: Vertigo may result from other vestibular (inner ear – balance center) disorders such as Meniere's disease or vestibular neuritis, or may be a symptom of a more serious illness such as a stroke or tumor...”

Vitamin B6 Requirement

...the condition
“...Hydralazine is a medication that is used to treat hypertension and has been linked to a few cases of peripheral neuritis which is associated with pyridoxine deficiency; Phenelzine is a drug used to treat depression and some people taking it have been found to experience pronounced edema especially in the legs;...”
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