Category Sore feet, diabetic foot

Physical activity in diabetes mellitus type 2 and 1
Diabetes and sport

Physical activity in diabetes mellitus type 2 and 1

Physical activity is one of the most important components of successful treatment of diabetes mellitus, both the first and second type. It helps to improve the carbohydrate metabolism and accelerate the absorption of glucose, and thereby significantly reduce blood sugar levels. However, it is important to understand that physical exertion in diabetes can bring not only benefit but also harm if they were chosen incorrectly and without taking into account the patient’s condition, especially if it is a child.

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Sore feet, diabetic foot

Gangrene in diabetes

Gangrene is the local death (death) of tissues in a living organism. It is dangerous because it poisons the blood with cadaveric toxins and leads to the development of deadly complications from the vital organs: kidneys, lungs, liver and heart. Gangrene in diabetes most often occurs if diabetic foot syndrome develops, and the patient does not pay the necessary attention to his treatment.
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