People with diabetes have pancreatic dysfunction. Simply put, this means that your pancreas doesn't produce insulin or it doesn't produce enough insulin. Since insulin is the hormone responsible for controlling our blood sugar levels, it causes disturbances in our blood system, especially in the blood vessels.
People with diabetes often report problems affecting their vision, kidney function, as well as their arms and legs. Problems with your feet are mainly caused by poor circulation leading to loss of sensitivity in your feet. There are various natural remedies for treating diabetes.
Minor foot problems in diabetics may increase due to hypersensitivity. A small cut or cut can lead to something more serious, as not only will your foot take longer to heal, but it may also struggle to fight off a potential infection. In most cases, the right shoes drastically reduce the chances of foot problems.
Airflow is a major problem in diabetic shoes. You need to make sure your shoes are well ventilated to allow sweat to evaporate quickly. The increased airflow also helps regulate the temperature inside the shoe so your feet don't overheat.
Minimal stitches or no stitches
Shoes for diabetics should be smooth or nearly smooth. Stitches can cause additional friction and irritation in already very sensitive feet. Many people with diabetes have pre-existing sores and other foot problems, such as blisters and calluses, which can be made worse by rubbing the seams of shoes. The lining of all diabetic shoes is smooth and soft and all seams are covered.