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I have diabetes and my feet hurt: What this means and what you should do

By HealthAlert  |  Posted: November 25, 2012

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It is a common complaint, I have diabetes and my feet hurt. Many

are not aware of the damage that is done when one has high blood sugar. This

illness is the most destructive disease of our modern times. The number of

diabetics worldwide has now reached over 300 million. "I have diabetes and my feet

hurt" was ranked the most popular foot problem in the United States and England last year. High blood sugar

is extremely scary; it must be taken very seriously.

High Blood sugar shortens the lifespan

Doctors in Switzerland

showed last year that high blood sugar is a poison to the cells of the body. Researchers

showed diabetes causes you to age faster and die sooner. When blood sugar is

normal it is a benefit to the human body. When the body is out of balance there

comes serious problems. High blood sugar is a poison to the cells of the body;

it causes the lost of the kidneys and liver. There is not one organ of the body

that is not destroyed by high glucose. "I have diabetes and my feet hurt" is a

sign that the small vessels in the feet are being seriously damaged. This is

extremely important and time is critical.


Pain as a warning sign


None of us like pain but pain is how the body warns us that

something is wrong. Diabetic foot pain is a signal that the small vessels,

tissues, and nerves are being affected. Do not live with the pain, it is a

warning that time is running out. There are no medications that stop diabetes

foot pain, this is an unfortunate fact but you can do something. The best thing

to do is get the poison high sugar level down. Most people lose the foot

because they wait too long to remove the poison high glucose.  Do not wait around.  

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have diabetes and my feet hurt


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