As time goes on with your diabetes, you will start to have pain in your feet, legs and hands. Any of the extremities will begin to have pain. Diabetes affect the nerve endings. There is really not much you can do when this progressive condition starts. My suggestion is watch your weight and definately you diet. With that you will be farther ahead.
purely this is depends upon your blood circulation only,
proper exercise,( cycling or walking )
diet foods on timely,
taking tablets as well as insulin as advised dosses,
automatically you can feel your nerves are circulated with bloods whatever needs for the protection or unavoid the effects.
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