How To Maintain Foot Health When Someone Is Having Diabetes?

  1. Cleanse feet daily with mild soap and warm water, ensuring they are thoroughly dried, especially between the toes.
  2. Apply moisturizer to prevent dry skin, but avoid moisturizing between the toes to prevent fungal infections.
  3. Trim nails straight across and file any sharp edges to reduce the risk of ingrown toenails.
  4. Inspect feet daily for cuts, blisters, or any signs of irritation. Promptly treat any wounds to prevent infection.
  5. Consider using diabetic-friendly socks and cushioned insoles to provide additional comfort and protection for the feet.