Diabetes can translate to a great amount of foot pain due to it reducing blood flow to the feet, which deprives your feet of nutrients and oxygen. When this happens, it is often difficult for any injuries sustained in this area to heal properly. Additionally, diabetic nerve damage can result, leading to numbness in the foot.
- Check your feet regularly for any blisters or other damage.
- Be sure to wash your feet regularly with warm water and dry your feet immediately afterwards.
- Wear shoes that fit properly and never wear flip-flops or other opened shows.
- When exercising, stick to low- or non-impact exercises, such as swimming, yoga, or cycling.
- Be sure to visit a podiatrist should you find you have any bunions or corns.
- Be sure to control your blood sugar.
In addition to following the steps outlined above, ask your doctor how foot pain associated with diabetes can be mitigated by using Icy Feet.
Icy Feet should not be used by individuals who are insensitive to temperature extremes, such as those with circulatory problems, diabetes, nerve damage, paralysis, or insensitive skin.
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Who Can Benefit?
Anyone who experiences foot pain can benefit from using the Icy Feet cold pack, including those who spend a lot of time on their feet, athletes, and individuals with foot ailments such as plantar fasciitis or bone spurs.