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    Andrea Jeremiah New Member

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    Diabetes must neither be taken lightly nor are we to fear it The key to understanding diabetes is 'balance' If you can balance your lifestyle that is eating healthy with occasional treats and follow a daily exercise regime you can lead a life that is not weighed down by diabetes! All the best! The occurrence of diabetes can result in very high blood sugar levels also known as hyperglycemia which not only hinders the body's ability to fight infection but can also result in damaged nerves kidneys and blood vessels One of the most common complications associated with diabetes is excruciating foot pain This diabetes HL12 Diabetes can be attributed to nerve damage that occurs due to the disease and the resulting poor circulation of blood Although this may start out as a mild tingling sensation in the hands and feet it can gradually grow to become quite painful as the disease progresses In fact it is observed that among the 16 million people affected by diabetes 25% may develop diabetic foot pain symptoms Here are some of the common causes and symptoms of diabetic foot problems along with measures to control.

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