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šŸ”„+ reverses diabetes type 2 26 May 2020 Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person's blood sugar level to become too high. There are 2 main types of diabetes: type 1 diabetes ā€“ where the ...

reverses diabetes type 2 Being overweight or obese increases the chances of developing the common type of diabetes, type 2 diabetes. In this disease, the body makes enough insulin but the cells in the body have become resistant to the salutary action of insulin.

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  • My feet hurt at night.
  • My feet and hands get very cold or very hot.
  • Numbness or weakness

    • My feet are numb and feel dead.
    • I don''t feel my feet when I''m unsteady when I stand or walk.
    • I have trouble feeling heat or cold in my feet or hands.

    Other

    • It seems like the muscles and bones in my feet have changed shape.
    • I have open sores (also called ulcers) on my feet and legs. These sores heal very slowly.

    Often the symptoms, especially those of burning or shooting pain, are worse at night. Eventually the painful symptoms stop but the person now has a chronic feeling of numbness or coldness in their feet.

    Diagnosis

    Foot exams

    Your health care provider should look at your feet at each office for 1 last update 26 May 2020 visit to check for injuries, sores, blisters or other problems. As a reminder, take off your shoes and socks when you're in the exam room.Your health care provider should look at your feet at each office visit to check for injuries, sores, blisters or other problems. As a reminder, take off your shoes and socks when you're in the exam room.

    Have a complete foot exam once a year. If you already have foot problems, have your feet checked more often. A complete foot exam includes a check of the skin on your feet, your foot muscles and bones, and your blood flow. Your provider will also check for numbness in your feet by touching your foot with aĀ monofilament. It looks like a stiff piece of nylon fishing line or a bristle in a hairbrush.

    Other ways to check your nerves include using a tuning fork. It may be touched to your foot to see if you can feel it moving.

    Nerve conduction studies and electromyography (EMG)

    If the doctor thinks you might have nerve damage, you may have tests that look at how well the nerves in your arms and legs are working.Ā Nerve conduction studiesĀ check the speed with which nerves send messages. An EMG checks how your nerves and muscles work together.

    Treatment

    While keeping bloodĀ glucoseĀ levels in goal range can prevent peripheral neuropathy and keep it from getting worse, there arenā€™t any treatments that can reverse nerve disease once itā€™s established. Once neuropathy is detected, the focus is on keeping the feet and legs healthy and on managing pain.Ā To treat nerve damage, you will need to keep yourĀ blood glucoseĀ levels in yourĀ target range, manage your pain and protect your feet. Many people get depressed when they have nerve damage and may need medication for depression as well as counseling.

    Medications

    Medications to relieve pain and reduce burning, numbness and tingling are available. Some of these are known for their use in for 1 last update 26 May 2020 other conditions but they still seem to help those with nerve damage.

    Speak with your doctorĀ to find outĀ what treatments are best for you.

    Ā 

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  • My feet hurt at night.
  • My feet and hands get very cold or very hot.
  • Numbness or weakness

    • My feet are numb and feel dead.
    • I don''t feel my feet when I''m unsteady when I stand or walk.
    • I have trouble feeling heat or cold in my feet or hands.

    Other

    • It seems like the muscles and bones in my feet have changed shape.
    • I have open sores (also called ulcers) on my feet and legs. These sores heal very slowly.

    Often the symptoms, especially those of burning or shooting pain, are worse at night. Eventually the painful symptoms stop but the person now has a chronic feeling of numbness or coldness in their feet.

    Diagnosis

    Foot exams

    Your health care provider should look at your feet at each office for 1 last update 26 May 2020 visit to check for injuries, sores, blisters or other problems. As a reminder, take off your shoes and socks when you're in the exam room.Your health care provider should look at your feet at each office visit to check for injuries, sores, blisters or other problems. As a reminder, take off your shoes and socks when you're in the exam room.

    Have a complete foot exam once a year. If you already have foot problems, have your feet checked more often. A complete foot exam includes a check of the skin on your feet, your foot muscles and bones, and your blood flow. Your provider will also check for numbness in your feet by touching your foot with aĀ monofilament. It looks like a stiff piece of nylon fishing line or a bristle in a hairbrush.

    Other ways to check your nerves include using a tuning fork. It may be touched to your foot to see if you can feel it moving.

    Nerve conduction studies and electromyography (EMG)

    If the doctor thinks you might have nerve damage, you may have tests that look at how well the nerves in your arms and legs are working.Ā Nerve conduction studiesĀ check the speed with which nerves send messages. An EMG checks how your nerves and muscles work together.

    Treatment

    While keeping bloodĀ glucoseĀ levels in goal range can prevent peripheral neuropathy and keep it from getting worse, there arenā€™t any treatments that can reverse nerve disease once itā€™s established. Once neuropathy is detected, the focus is on keeping the feet and legs healthy and on managing pain.Ā To treat nerve damage, you will need to keep yourĀ blood glucoseĀ levels in yourĀ target range, manage your pain and protect your feet. Many people get depressed when they have nerve damage and may need medication for depression as well as counseling.

    Medications

    Medications to relieve pain and reduce burning, numbness and tingling are available. Some of these are known for their use in other conditions but they still seem to help those with nerve damage.

    Speak with your doctorĀ to find outĀ what treatments are best for you.

    Ā 

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