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Diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases in the world today. Reasons are many but individuals with this disease focus on finding easy solutions of pain relief. The most common problem in diabetic patients is the Diabetic Neuropathy. The disorder actually causes nerve damage however to the whole body but ultimately results in pinpoint problems in the foot. Regarding foot the most common disorder found is the Diabetic Foot Syndrome which is described as forming extreme pain giving corns on foot. Individuals experience massive pain due to these corns and calluses formed on their foot and it disturbs their daily life routine to a greater extent. Another most common issue found by individuals with the Diabetic Foot Syndrome is that their foot gets cold and in many cases they have temporary paralyzed foot which is also a result of Diabetic neuropathy. Researchers have also concluded that Diabetic Neuropathy decreases the process of healing injuries from 5 to 10%.
According to researchers a high level of moisture which is enough to cause any kind of infection in their foot and they highly recommend Athletes to choose wisely their footwear. Physicians highly suggest their diabetic patients to always use footwear that has a wide and high toe box for the reason of not only comfort but also to reduce moisture and resistance to skin which can cause damage that finally leads to infections. Great emphasis has also been put to use footwear with the option of inserts for shoe and shoe arch inserts. There are a number of footwear manufacturers who are now putting great importance to come up with products that are not only fashion oriented but also with customizations and tailoring to contribute in the greatest cause of helping individuals with the Diabetic Foot Syndrome.
Products such as a high heel and wide toe box along with the support of inserting removable insoles and rocker sole supported footwear are gaining fame and huge positive feedback from the customers that these products are really helping them to solve pain relief from the Diabetic Foot Syndrome. Such products are helping individuals with diabetes to make the best choice of footwear for them. Products with removable inserts for shoes are helping a lot to gain pain relief from Diabetic Foot Syndrome.
Inserts for shoes primarily helps individuals by providing comfort, resistance less movement of toes and ankles, more space inside the toe box to avoid the skin from infections and damage to skin or injuries that causes bleeding. It is also highly possible that individuals having Diabetic Foot Syndrome also suffers with Post-Traumatic Arthritis which highly require shoes with rocker soles and wide toe box to help support their toe joints and ankles. Rocker sole enabled shoes also helps to maintain a balance of power or weight exerted on the toe and ankles joint ultimately providing a very resistance free movement to the foot.