• Diabetic blisters and what to know when walking on rocks at beach.

    DIABETIC BLISTERS: WHAT TO KNOW

    Do you have diabetes? Do you often get an outbreak of diabetic blisters? What you should know about diabetic blisters. These blisters are more alarming, but are painless and heal on their own. These diabetic blisters are rare. In the United States, this disorder occurs in only 0.5 percent of people with diabetes. WHAT DIABETIC BLISTERS LOOK LIKE Diabetic blisters will form on legs, feet, and toes. Although, they can show up on hands, arms, and fingers. Most blisters can be up to 6 inches in size, but usually smaller. These blisters very rarely appear as single lesions. Rather, they will appear in clusters on your skin. The skin around…

  • Pamper your feet.

    GUIDELINES TO PAMPER THOSE FEET

    Ouch! Are you a diabetic and have sore feet? Even a small cut could be harmful and cause serious problems to your feet. If you follow the guidelines to pamper those feet, it will reduce the risk of getting an infection. Diabetes can be very dangerous to your feet. Type 2 diabetes can cause nerve damage. As a result, it can reduce the feeling in your feet. It can also take away blood flow to your feet. Also, associated with these nerve problems, you may not notice something in your shoe. You might develop a sore or blister under your foot. This could lead to an infection or a non-healing…