Diabetic Foot Care Tips — How To Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers? (Health & Beauty - Health Services)

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Diabetic Foot Care Tips — How To Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers?


If you have diabetes, you are more vulnerable to serious complications due to the too much glucose in your blood. One of those complications include foot problems. Diabetes can be extremely dangerous to your feet even a small cut can have serious consequences. It can also cause nerve damage, reduce blood flow in your feet, making it complex to heal an injury or fight against infections. Diabetes leaves you at higher risk for developing an infection or other severe complications from smaller wounds to chronic ones. Therefore it is essential to take good care of your feet as being a diabetic patient, you are more prone to foot problems. However, by taking precautions, daily care, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, you can keep your feet healthy.

Here we are sharing a few preventive measures you can practice to prevent diabetic foot ulcers and to keep your feet healthy.

1. Check Your Feet Everyday — Nerve damage is one of the common complications in people suffering from diabetes, making it hard to feel when there are many types of sores or cracks in the feet. Therefore the patients need to inspect and check their feet and toes daily looking for cuts, blisters, redness, swelling, or nail problems. Also, make sure to inspect the tops, soles, sides, heels, and the area in between the toes. If there are any wounds or cuts, contact your Diabetic ulcer wound care immediately.


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Target State: California
Target City : Canoga Park
Last Update : Oct 08, 2021 3:57 AM
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Item  Owner  : Wound Care Surgeons
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