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MedTech unisex-adult Diabetic Comfort Crew Socks 6 Pair Pack

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MedTech unisex-adult Diabetic Comfort Crew Socks 6 Pair Pack

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Product description

MedTech Unisex Crew Length 6 pack socks for Symptoms of Diabetes help protect your feet and foot protection is critical for diabetic feet. Non-binding extra wide tops, smooth small toe seams, cushion comfort soles, moisture wicking and Y heels for better fit are the perfect combination of comfort and protection.


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MedTech Diabetic Sock Features

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Why People With Diabetes Need Special Socks

Diabetic socks are specially designed socks that keep the feet dry, decrease the risk of foot injury, and avoid preventing or slowing blood circulation. The best socks are are made of synthetic fibers like polyester that have superior abilities to wick away moisture, soft cushion soles, and are nonbinding. They differ from regular socks in that they have less spandex and have reduced toe seams. By using less the spandex, diabetic socks reduce the constriction that often occurs in swelling, which can limit blood flow.

Foot care is an important aspect of diabetes management due to potential damage to the nervous and circulatory systems caused by high blood sugar levels. Nerve damage, or diabetic neuropathy, decreases sensation and increases the risk of injury, especially on the bottom of the feet. It can also cause a person with diabetes to be unaware of an injury and delay treatment. Circulatory problems interfere with wound healing because continuous blood flow is required. Elevated blood sugar levels also can slow the immune system. These problems can create a situation that could lead to amputation or even death. Diabetic socks are designed with a number of features to directly address foot issues associated with the condition.

Features:

Moisture Wicking Helps Keep Feet Dry: Synthetic yarns such as polyester and nylon are able to move moisture out of the sock and quickly dry up. Pulling moisture away from the foot evaporates sweat, which prevents odor. The drier the foot, the more protection from developing blisters and other wounds.

Smooth Small Toe Seam: Diabetic socks are typically made with reduced seams along the toe to reduce the risk of rubbing and blisters that could develop ulcers, especially for someone with neuropathy or chronic hyperglycemia (high blood sugar).

Cushion Sole: Synthetic yarns such as polyester are also soft and comfortable - providing more cushion than cotton. Cushion on the footbed is great for those whose foot soles may be sensitive.

Non-binding, Extra Wide Top. Maximum Cross Stretch: By using a more open morpul stitch and less spandex that won't restrict calves, they help prevent constriction for better blood flow. They are loose but stay up. They are also easier to get on and off.

Odor Control: Most Diabetic socks have odor protection.

Morpul Welt Top: Provides a comfortable top, loose fit and prevents unraveling

Diabetic Sock Care:

Diabetic socks should and can be worn daily, and should be changed and washed frequently, especially if your feet become wet or sweaty. Sock lifespan is usually around six months with regular wear. To increase their longevity, hand wash and drip dry your diabetic socks or wash socks in a mesh undergarment bag in the washing machine, and dry them on low heat, as higher temperatures may cause fibers to break down faster. Do not use Chlorine as this can also break down fiber faster. Socks should be thrown away at the first sign of wear and tear, such as holes, rips, or pilling. This may seem overly cautious, but holes or pilling can cause extra friction against the skin, which may lead to blisters.

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MedTech unisex-adult Diabetic Comfort Crew Socks 6 Pair Pack