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Damage to the nerve due to an underlying condition or trauma is called neuropathy. Once damaged, the nerve damage is irreversible, but it can be managed through treatment, lifestyle, and diet. The symptoms include numbness, tingling, pricking, and burning sensation in the affected part, pain, muscle weakness, paralysis, sensitivity to touch, and impaired function. Uncontrolled diabetes, chemotherapy, HIV, kidney failure, celiac disease, lupus, sarcoidosis, alcoholism, and autoimmune conditions are the main causes of neuropathy. Medications like painkillers and topical anesthetic creams can be used to reduce pain and improve sleep and quality of life.