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Footcare for diabetic people

Why foot care is important for diabetic patients?

 Due to decrease in sensation diabetic patients can have nerve damage, circulation problems, infections which can lead o serious foot problems like bunions, corns, calluses, hammertoes, fungal infections, dryness of the skin, and ingrown toenails.

The Mantra of having healthy feet is by having a healthy lifestyle and managing your diabetes.

Following are the points to remember for the same.

  • Have regular foot check-up
  • Monitor your blood sugar level
  • Exercising regularly
  • Having a balanced diet

 Foot care routine for diabetic patients

  • Foot Inspection

Your feet and toes, inspecting the tops, sides, soles, heels, and the region in between the toes. If you’re unable to investigate your toes, use a mirror or ask a person to help. Contact health practitioner immediately if you find out any sores, redness, cuts, blisters, or bruises.

  • Clean your feet

Clean your feet every day in hot water with mild soap. Hot water and harsh soaps can damage your skin. Check the water temperature with your fingers or elbow earlier than dipping your toes in. Your diabetes may make it tough to feel water temperature together with your feet.

  • Keep your feet dry,

Your feet to dry them and make sure to dry well. Infections tend to increase in moist areas, so ensure you dry the region between your toes well.

     

Tips for Healthy foot habits 

Following simple foot care habits that can go an extended means toward keeping your feet healthy. Here are many useful tips.

 

 1) Antiseptic solutions will burn your skin. Ne'er use them on your feet without your doctor’s approval.

 2) Never use a warmer, hot bottle, or cover on your feet.

 3) Avoid walking barefoot. on hot pavement or sandy beaches, however even walking barefoot around the house can cause sores or injuries which will get infected.

 4) Protect your feet from heat and cold.

5) Don’t use chemical wart removers, razor blades, corn plasters, or liquid corn or callus removers. See your doctor or chiropodist.

6) Don’t sit together with your legs crossed or interchange one position for long periods of your time.