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How to Treat Diabetic Swollen Feet Effectively


2013-12-27 16:19

How to Treat Diabetic Swollen Feet EffectivelyDiabetes may be life-threatening, because of its complications. Among them, diabetic swollen feet is common to see in people with diabetes. In some cases, foot swelling reveals the aggravation of diabetes, and in some other cases, it may indicate the onset of Diabetic Nephropathy. Before learning to treat diabetic swollen feet effectively, we had better make clear its causes.

What causes diabetic swollen feet?

Three conditions may lead to this problem, including:

1. Diabetic neuropathy: This can cause insensitivity or a loss of ability to feel heat, pain or pressure on feet. If left alone, this problem may threaten patients’ life.

2. Poor blood circulation: High blood sugar is more likely to damage blood vessels throughout the body as well as legs and feet, to inhibit enough blood from flowing into various organs. Poor blood circulation in the feet can lead to swelling.

3. Loss of kidney function: Kidneys are in charge of maintaining fluid balance. If they are attacked by diabetes, they may loss their ability to filtering out excessive fluid. As a result, swollen feet appears easily because of fluid retention.

To detect what is the underlying reason for your diabetic swollen feet, you may need do some tests including blood glucose testing, blood test, urine test and GFR test. Knowing the causes can guide doctors to help you make correct treatment plan.

How to treat diabetic swollen feet effectively?

Firstly, the most important thing we need to do is to keep blood glucose in normal values. In this case, a low-sugar or sugar-free diet and correct medications like insulin may be helpful.

Secondly, you can try Foot Bath. As said by doctors of TCM, some herbal medicines can help expand blood vessels and normalize blood circulation. Therefore, adding them into your bath water, so they can help manage your swollen feet naturally and effectively.

Finally, we recommend hot compressing therapy. During this therapy, all of the medicines are shattered fully and then put into osmotic devices. Then, the effective ingredients of medicines can permeate into pancreas via skin, to prompt the regeneration of damaged pancreatic cells. Only the pharmacy that can help regulate patients’ inner body system is the best. To learn more about this therapy, you can leave a message below. Therefore, we can give you more detailed suggestions timely.




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