Thursday, July 16, 2009

Diabetic Footwear

From: Living and Coping with Diabetes

Diabetic Footwear
Jul 16th, 2009 by diabetes-blog
Foot pain affects many diabetics…

We received a tweet a from someone who wanted to recommend a brand of diabetic socks and foot wear that was very helpful in alleviating foot pain for his dad. We have not tried this brand personally… however, we wanted to share this information with you all in case someone may find a benefit from this type of product. Below you will find a brief synopsis of information along with the website.

Celliant/Health Sport socks and support braces, elbow sleeves are a newly created product. The Celliant yarn is patented and has been clinically proven to increase oxygen in the body, reduce pain, and help regulate body temperature.

Increased oxygen is known to promote quicker muscle recovery and healing. Increased circulation is a great thing for DIABETICS. My father is a Type II diabetic and he swears by the socks. Our product increases oxygen levels by up to 12%. You can look at the test and research results on our site

-Nick Lyle

If you find this information helpful or if you know someone that may benefit from this type of service please pass this link on.

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  1. Really it is very important for a diabetic person to take care of foot related injuries and wear specially designed shoes for diabetics. These shoes fit comfortably and have adequate width and depth for the toes of the diabetic patients. Thanks a lot.

  2. Diabetes can affect nerves in your feet that control sweating. This can cause the skin on the feet and on the legs to become very dry. In severe cases, this can lead to fissures. Correct footwear such as correctly fitting shoes for those with diabetes is essential as for all diabetic patients to prevent ulcers and other foot related problems. Thanks a lot.

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