Stay warm no matter how cold the weather outside gets.
Poor circulation can be a common foot health issue for those suffering from diabetes, according to Diabetesforecast.org. Sometimes, people with diabetes also suffer from peripheral neuropathy, where they get persistent aches, pains or numbness in one or both of their feet. But, that doesn’t mean you have to suffer.
Whether it’s water, dirt or snow, winter is hard on your shoes—especially your boots.
Boots are great to wear in cold weather because of their durable rubber sole which helps prevent slippage on wet or icy surfaces. However, because they are worn and trekked through wet, dirty terrain, they tend to wear more easily. And while leather boots are stylish, if left damp and untreated, moisture can seep inside your shoe affecting the inside of the boot and can leave your foot cold and wet.
To winterize your favorite boots, and protect your feet from getting cold and wet, here are a few recommendations. Continue reading