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2014. Diabetes can cause a loss of feeling in the feet, known as
neuropathy. This happens due to high sugar levels in the body
interfering with nerve signals from the feet to the brain.
longer feel pain in their feet. This loss of feeling means that the
feet are at significant risk of injuries such as corns, blisters or
can lead to ulceration (a hole in the skin) and possible infection. In
the worst cases, foot or lower leg amputation may be required.
for hospital admissions in people with diabetes, it becomes very
clear that footwear has an important job to do. Any loss of feeling,
limited joint motion, foot deformities such as bunions, flatfeet and
claw toes, as well as the risk of ulceration and amputation, should
be considered when choosing footwear.
loss of feeling or poor circulation often wear incorrect footwear.
Other research from the UK also shows that ill-fitting shoes may
cause foot ulcers in people with diabetes and may exacerbate other
complications in people without diabetes. In fact, evidence shows
that people with diabetes and loss of feeling or ulceration are far
more likely to be wearing poorly fitting shoes.
seamless interior construction that reduces the abrasion and assist
in preventing skin breakdown and foot problems.
high, irritating seams. Sometimes these seams are the thing that
rub against a diabetic foot and can cause irritation, blisters,
calluses and infections!!
- People who like elegance but a good quality footwear for their comfort.
- People who require special care for their feet, this will include patients with diabetes, arthritis and any other medical conditions.
- People who are concern for their own health.
- People who want to maximize the comfortable of their footwear.
- Pregnant mothers and Mothers
- Travelers who walk alot
- People who are standing on their feet most of the time for work, from the hospitality industry, the healthcare industry and so on....
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