Type 2 diabetes: 5 skin problems common in people with diabetes and blood sugar problems & nbsp | & nbspPhoto Credit: & nbsp; Betty Images
New Delhi: Diabetes is a widespread lifestyle disease that affects millions of people around the world. A diabetic person has to deal with a lot ̵
An increase Blood sugar levels can be quite risky and even life-threatening. Diabetic people deal with the effects of diabetes on an everyday basis. Diabetes can also affect the skin and cause certain skin problems. If you have been recently diagnosed with diabetes, here are the skin problems that you should know about. Also, if you see any of these problems affecting your skin, you may have time to get tested. READ – Diabetes: Try this morning to keep your blood sugar levels under control
General skin problems – itching, bacterial or fungal infections
There are certain general skin conditions that you may get if you do not Diabetic people get diabetes more easily. These include bacterial infections like styles and boils, fungal infections like ringworms, athlete's foot, and also itching that can occur due to poor blood circulation or dry skin. It mostly occurs in the skin folds. It is a skin condition where brown raised areas appear on the skin of the neck, armpits or groin. They may also affect the skin on arms, legs or elbows. Losing weight is a way to reduce the condition. Diabetic dermopathy
A skin conditioner that looks like dark, scaly patches which are oval or circular in shape, diabetic dermopathy occurs on the front of the skin. the legs. Often mistaken as signs of aging, diabetic dermopathy may not affect both the legs in the same degree. Diabetic dermopathy is pretty harmless and does not need treatment. READ – Good news for diabetics: Eat nuts and keep your heart healthy
Necrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum
The skin condition called necrobiosis lipoidica diabetic is similar to the diabetic dermopathy but the patches may be larger, larger and deeper in this condition. Diabetic blisters or bullosis diabetic corpus is a rare condition that affects diabetic people where the skin breaks out in blisters.
Blisters caused due to diabetes are mostly large but do not have redness or inflammation. They are mostly harmless.
Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions in the article are for general information only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a professional healthcare provider if you have any questions about any medical matter.