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What if you have a diabetic foot?

Suffering from diabetes means having a high blood sugar! This can cause severe harm to the blood vessels within a period of time. The loss of sensation in the feet can occur due to nerve injury. Even if you get a cut or blister on your foot, you won’t be able to feel it. This might further lead to an infection or an ulcer in your feet.

The good news is that feet problems can be prevented. First, you need to keep your blood glucose in control. Apart from it, good feet care also becomes essential. Here, are some tips to follow for having healthy feet-

1. Make a practice of examining your feet daily.
2. Wash them regularly.
3. Try to keep the skin smooth.
4. Use a lotion to apply on your skin in order to prevent dryness.
5. Make sure your toe nails are short. If you have long toe nails, then ensure to trim them. This will reduce the dirt getting accumulated in the skin.
6. Always wear footwear.
7. Never walk barefooted outside the house.
8. Avoid wearing tight clothes as it can hamper your blood circulation.
9. One must refrain from popping a blister on one’s foot.
10. Refrain from wearing tight heels, shoes and socks.
11. Pay a visit to the podiatrist at least once in a month.
12. Avoid wearing sweaty socks and footwear.
13. Use a soap to clean your legs.

How to manage foot ulcers while having diabetes?
The key reason for managing foot ulcers is to prevent them from occurring in the future. The following are the tips to be kept in mind while dealing with ulcers-

1. Give up smoking, completely!
2. Optimize diabetes control to lessen neuropathic entanglements.
3. Consult a doctor if you are suffering from athlete’s foot or having cracks.
4. Use comfortable and custom made insoles. This applies for children’s as well.


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Diabetes and foot problems facts
• Two main conditions, peripheral artery disease (PAD) and peripheral neuropathy, are responsible for the increased risk of foot problems in people with diabetes.
• People with diabetes have an increased risk of ulcers and damage to the feet.
• A number of different kinds of foot problems can occur in people with diabetes. These include bunions, corns, calluses, hammertoes, fungal infections, dryness of the skin, and ingrown toenails.
• Treatment depends on the exact type of foot problem. Surgery may be required for some cases.
• Gangrene (dry gangrene) is tissue death due to absence of blood circulation. It can be life-threatening if bacterial infection develops (wet gangrene).
• Many diabetes-related foot problems can be prevented by good control of blood sugar levels combined with appropriate care of the feet.
In the most severe case, as mentioned above, due to a combination of decreased sensation and reduced blood flow to the feet, ulcers may develop. If the tissues continue to receive insufficient oxygen, tissue death (gangrene) occurs. Gangrene is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition. Other potentially serious problems that may develop include cellulitis (infection of the tissues beneath the skin) and osteomyelitis (infection of the bone); sepsis (the infection spreads to the bloodstream) also is possible. Diabetic Shoes and Socks are designed so that diabetic patient can have no fungal infection and any other problems.
People with diabetes are at increased risk for milder problems with the feet that are not specific to diabetes but may occur more frequently due to problems with the nerves and circulation to the feet.So special kind of shoes are designed. We are leader for Diabetic Shoes and Socks.
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