Neuropathy and Diabetes: Your Simple 10-Step Plan to Prevent Diabetic Nerve Damage

Diabetic nerve damage (also called diabetic neuropathy) is a problem for many people with diabetes. Over time, high blood glucose levels damage the delicate coating of nerves. This damage can cause any problems, such as pain in your feet.
There’s a lot you can do to take charge and prevent nerve damage. A recent study shows that controlling your blood glucose can help prevent or delay these problems. Controlling your blood glucose may also help reduce the pain from some types of nerve damage.

 

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  1. Saw this book for two bucks and thought, well there is one good review, it probably at least worth that small sum. Man was I wrong. The “book” consists of 5 short pages of information that you can find on the internet for free at various sites. I didn’t do my homework, like I usually do. The only other reviewer, an Emma Garcia, who gave this a 5 star review, has 40 pages(and 10 items per page) of reviews which seem to all be on books and almost everyone is 5 stars. She may be legitimate, but I find it suspicious, and would never had ordered this book based solely on that one recommendation if I’d have checked the user’s other review. Just a caution to others.

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