What are the symptoms of diabetes?
Diabetes can result in a higher risk of vascular diseases because of erratic or uncontrolled blood sugar levels. This can lead to arteries narrowing and you will begin to experience a range of symptoms related to poor blood circulation. These include loss of sensation, pain in the feet and lower legs while walking and immobility when they are cold.
How are the symptoms caused?
Diabetics are more at risk of getting vascular disease because their blood sugar levels have spent periods of not being controlled and can be higher than normal. This affects the lining of the blood vessels in particular arteries causing them to fur up and narrow, giving rise to the wide range of effects,