wound healing and diabetes are intrinsically connected. High blood sugar levels can damage blood vessels and nerves, reducing blood flow to the extremities, particularly the feet. This diminished circulation deprives tissues of essential oxygen and nutrients, slowing the body’s ability to repair and regenerate damaged cells. Furthermore, diabetes can lead to neuropathy, a condition characterized by nerve damage, causing a loss of foot sensation.
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