Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Diabetes Cause Less Pain…And That’s Not Good

People with diabetes often have less pain. Now you would think that’s a good idea, but it’s not. What’s happening is the pain is not as strong because the nerves are not working the way they should. The chronic wear and tear and disease associated with diabetes starts to damage these nerves. Here’s an example of why less pain is not a good thing.  Let’s say, for instance, you’re a diabetic and you step on something with your foot, and you have a small cut. You may not know you have that cut. It can get worse throughout the day, and take a long time to heal.

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