If you’ve found that tingling heels is a frequent problem, I’m sure you’ll want to know why. Now, this unpleasant sensation may be brought on by a variety of conditions or lifestyle choices. So, you’ll have to come into my Houston podiatry office to get a correct diagnosis. But in the meantime, we can try to figure out what’s wrong by looking at the main causes of tingling heels.
Running is a fantastic kind of exercise if you have diabetes. However, you must protect your feet as well as your blood sugar levels. So, we will concentrate on the hazards of running with diabetes today, and provide training safety advice for diabetics and all runners.
You probably have peripheral neuropathy if you have diabetes and suffer from pain or loss of sensation in your feet. Diabetics are often affected by this form of nerve damage. As you may be aware, this disease raises the risk of foot ulcers and perhaps amputation. If you have neuropathy, you should pay special attention to your extremities.
Making healthy food, checking your blood sugar, taking time to be active, keeping up with doctor's appointments, and taking medicines are some of the things diabetic patients manage. However, through this busy schedule, the feet are the last thing to be remembered but daily diabetic foot care will help prevent diabetic foot complications.
People with diabetes experience foot problems often and are always in fear of the unknown, the worst being one in the reality of losing a foot, leg, or toe. Managing diabetes or glucose levels will keep your feet healthy.
Have you ever taken off your socks or shoes and saw blood, and had no idea how it happened? Well, 15 percent of patients with diabetes suffer from diabetic foot ulcers. A diabetic foot ulcer is an open injury or sore generally situated on the lower part of the foot. It starts from normal factors such as taking an extra-long walk or having a new pair of shoes. The ulcer starts as a small blister or callus on the foot, then the problem progresses.