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Published on 11/2/2011
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DIABETES AND YOUR FEET Diabetics have to take special care of their feet, or they find them afflicted in two ways which are: reduced blood circulation and nerve damage. these are what to look for and a few prevention ideas. Symptom: If your feet are perpetually frigid, or your legs are raw whilst you walk, or your feet hurt in bed at night, you may be suffering from poor blood circulation. These, in turn, can decelerate the process of healing when you have cuts or other damage to your feet. Prevention: Staying physically active is one way to help better your circulation. You as well need to control your blood fat and sugar levels, as well as your blood pressure. And don't smoke. Symptom: If your feet are numb, you have a burning sensation about the soles of your feet or pins and needles in your feet, you have signs of possible nerve damage. Foot nerves are the longest in our bodies and are therefore prone to harm by diabetes. If these nerves are damaged, the feelings are decreased, so we could have the cuts or blisters that can lead to ulcers, and we would not even recognise about it. Prevention: Check your feet regularly to be sure there are no signs of injury. If you develop corns or calluses, have them treated immediately by a podiatrist. Wash and dry carefully between your toes, and keep your nails trimmed and smooth. Everyone likes to have their feet pampered, but for diabetics it not only feels good, it also prevents serious health problems in the future.
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