If you are a diabetic, it means your blood sugar levels are higher than they should be because your insulin level is too low. As time goes on, this chronic condition can damage the nerves in your feet (neuropathy), causing them to be extremely painful, especially at night when you’re trying to sleep.
I was reading about a woman whose hands and feet kept getting numb or “falling asleep”, she said that it seemed to be happening more and more often. She had been to a physician and had been examined, but nothing was discovered.
It was interesting to me
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