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Choosing the right kind of diabetic socks

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<span>If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, a chance exists that you may have suffered nerve damage to your nerves, which can lead to loss of sensation in your extremities. As many as 60 - 70 percent of diabetes patients develop problems their feet. These problems are directly connected to high blood sugar in your system. Most common of them is neuropathy. Symptoms of diabetic neuropathy include numbness in toes and feet, burning or tingling sensations in the feet, sharp pains that only get worse at night, severe muscle weakness and even ulcers and foot deformities. If there is a problem with blood circulation to your feet, you might develop edema which is a swelling in legs and feet, and even a formation of blood clots is a possibility. Even slightest irritations on your skin can cause injuries to the skin, which can in turn lead to infections.</span>
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<p>That is why wearing proper footwear, primarily diabetic socks, is important. Not every kind of diabetic socks is the same, and you will&nbsp;<a href="https://www.sockbin.com/blog/2016/05/diabetic-socks-what-is-a-diabetic-sock-what-are-its-benefits.html" target="_blank">need to choose the right kind for you</a>. But how do you choose the right type of diabetic socks for your symptoms?</p>
<h2>Choosing the right kind</h2>
<p>One of the most important things to consider when choosing your diabetic socks is to choose the ones that fit. If the socks you are using are too tight, they might cause circulation problems and just&nbsp;<a href="http://www.diabeteswellbeing.com/socks-for-diabetics/" target="_blank">worsen the troubles you are already having</a>. Wearing socks that are too wide, however, could be even worse since extra material can cause irritation and injuries to the skin. If you are having problems deciding which socks fit your size, you can always consult your doctor, physical therapist or a medical technician.</p>
<p>If you are experiencing dry and cracked skin on your feet, you will want to choose socks that are made from a soft material to avoid further skin irritation. On the other hand, if your feet are damp and moist, there is a probability of developing foot fungus. This is where choosing the right material is also imperative, since some materials are better at wicking away moisture than others.</p>
<p>Most diabetic socks are seamless and that is a good thing. Seamless socks reduce the rubbing on your skin which in turn reduces the chance of irritations. Always try to choose seamless socks.</p>
<p>Compression socks are a good way to deal with your edema, as it is proven that slight compression can reduce swelling in patients who wear them daily. Bear in mind, though, that these socks have to fit your legs perfectly. Always consult your doctor to check if you need to wear compression socks, and for the help determining your perfect size.</p>
<p>When choosing the thickness of your socks, remember that thicker socks might be warmer (which will help your feet stay warm despite the lowered blood circulation), but they also retain moisture and can cause bunching. Try coordinating sock thickness to the temperature and the weather. Some socks even have cushioned soles that are good for your sensitive feet.</p>
<p>You will obviously want your socks to stay up, and some socks have special elastic top weaving that help keep them up without restricting your blood flow. On the other note, try to choose socks with square shaped toes which won&rsquo;t squeeze your toes and cause injuries and blisters.</p>
<h2>Material matters</h2>
<p>The right sock material can sometimes make all the difference when choosing the right diabetic socks. Acrylic is a man-made material that is arguably the best for wicking away moisture. On the other hand, if you are living in a warmer climate or are working out, cotton might be a good choice for you. Keep in mind, though, that cotton traps moisture and that can make your feet feel really cold if you are wearing these socks in colder climate. The right choice if you are living in colder climate is wool, since it is great at keeping your legs warm and wicking moisture. Due to its insulating properties, wool can be good if you are living in warmer climates too. Cotton-wool or natural-synthetic material blend&nbsp;<a href="https://www.sockbin.com/boot-socks-heavy-duty-wool-cotton-blend-warm-555.html">can also be good for you</a>, depending on your symptoms.</p>
<h2>A few tips</h2>
<p>It is advisable to wear clean socks every day to reduce the chance of infections. Buy two pairs, and each evening wash the ones you wore that day, and wear the other pair in the morning. If it is possible, choose socks that have a little bit of copper in them, as copper is antibacterial and helps prevent foot infections.</p>
<p>When choosing the color of your socks, white socks may seem too medical and might remind you of hospitals too much, but they are white for a reason. If you wear white socks, you can easily spot if any injuries to your legs have occurred.</p>
<p>Last of all, and this goes without saying, be sure to check your feet daily since this is the only way to be sure that you don&rsquo;t have any new blisters or injuries, and keep watch of your feet&rsquo;s health.</p>
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