For those with diabetes, the chance of experiencing health problems with the feet is higher than it is for those without the disease. And in the event that blood sugar has not been closely monitored and controlled for some time, the likelihood of complications is even greater. In addition to reducing the speed with which foot injuries can heal, diabetes can also damage the nerves in the feet, putting people at risk of infection that can go undetected due to lack of feeling. Known as diabetic nerve pain or diabetic neuropathy, in the worst cases, this kind of damage can lead to amputation as infection can become severe. As a result, it is important for people with diabetes to take some precautions in order to prevent any…


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