Diabetes and skin problems can happen to people in good health, but people with diabetes have a much higher risk. The body becomes dehydrated and dried out. Skin sensitivity and irritation can be one of the first signs that a person has diabetes. You can never walk barefoot, not even at home. You could step on something and get a scratch or cut. Always wear shoes for diabetics. Diabetic shoes for men and women are easily available. Excess water is used to remove glucose from the blood and this causes dehydration and dry cracked skin. Managing diabetes is about eating right, exercising, and following your doctor’s recommendations. Taking care of your skin is a major part of staying healthy overall. This causes the body to lose fluids and skin to become dry. Most problems can be handled by simple daily skin care tips.
Here check out the infographic by skinfo showing how to take care of your skin as a Diabetic. Learning why these skin conditions happen, and what can be done to prevent or ease the problem, can help keep skin as healthy as possible.
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