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Blood Sugar Stabilizer

por Jerome Princy (2019-09-09)

Whether or not you have Blood Sugar Stabilizer Review diabetic neuropathy, there are several things that people with diabetes should do to protect their feet: Be careful to shield your feet from injury. Wear properly fitted shoes to avoid friction and blistering. Check your feet daily looking for scrapes and cuts that can become infected and in the worst cases can lead to gangrene and amputation. Examine your feet daily because numbness from neuropathy can prevent you from feeling a sore or blister. Protect your feet from hot and cold. Wear shoes at the beach or on hot pavement. Don't put your feet into hot water. Test water before putting your feet in it just as you would before bathing a baby. Never use hot water bottles, heating pads, or electric blankets. You can burn your feet without realizing it. Fungus infection beneath the nails, between the toes and on the bottom of the foot is a common occurrence in diabetics. Such an infection can create cracks and openings in the skin that can allow penetration of more serious bacterial infections. Check the web spaces between the toes, and if cracks or rashes are present please see your physician for treatment of possible fungus infections. Dry these areas carefully after a shower because moisture promotes the growth of fungus. Change socks if they become wet with perspiration. Avoid severe dryness of the skin, especially in winter by washing with gentle cleansers and then applying moisturizing cream such as Diachieve Foot Therapy Cream. The best way to prevent diabetic neuropathy from arising is to control your diabetes. It is important to maintain normal blood sugar levels over the long term. I went in for my yearly, or should I say year and a half physical two months ago. I was a little surprised to find out that my blood sugars came back a little out of whack. Well, not exactly a little but very out of whack. My doctor gave me the news that I was now at the pre diabetic stage and the next stop was full blown diabetes.