There are many conventional treatments for neuropathy symptoms. However, some research has shown that dietary supplements might be beneficial for some people. Dietary supplements have fewer side effects than other treatments. This is one of their primary advantages. It is important to consult your doctor before you stop any of the conventional treatments or start a dietary supplement. 

B Vitamins

Vitamin B vitamins are well known for their ability to support healthy nervous system function. Neuropathy can be treated with vitamins B-1, B-6, and B-12. Vitamin B-1, also known as thiamine, reduces pain and inflammation, while vitamin B-6 protects nerve endings. B-12 is essential for neuropathy prevention. Supplementation with B vitamins is possible or they can be found in eggs and seafood, fortified cereals as well as vegetables, low-fat dairy products, and poultry.


Curcumin, a powerful antioxidant found in turmeric, is well-known for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin can prevent neuropathy-related chronic pain if taken early. It has been shown to decrease inflammation and pain. You can take it as a supplement or as an herbal addition to certain foods.

Fish oil

Fish oil can be used to treat nerve damage and as an anti-inflammatory. Fish oil has been shown to slow down the progression of neuropathy, and in some cases even reverse it. It promotes neuron growth. You can take fish oil as a supplement, or you can find it in salmon, mackerel, and cod liver oil. Omega-3 fatty acids can also be found as a supplement in fish oil, walnuts, flaxseeds, and chia seeds.

This article was written by a medical professional at Florida Medical Pain Management. Florida Medical Pain Management is proud to offer comprehensive pain management services to a diverse group of patients. Patients at Florida Medical Pain Management can get help managing hip, knee, leg, and neck pain. The practice also offers comprehensive arthritis management, along with treatments for auto accidents, sports, and work injuries.