Product Review: Diabetic Sock Club

Foot care[1] is a big deal if you have diabetes. Checking your feet daily for cuts, sores and areas of redness is crucial, as are the types of shoes you wear. What doesn’t always get enough attention, though, is the kind of socks you wear. Not everyone with diabetes has to wear special socks, but if you have any foot issues, such as loss of sensation or decreased circulation[2], it’s especially important to wear socks that keep your feet dry, comfortable and protected from injury.

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Here’s where the Diabetic Sock Club comes in. For more than 10 years, the Diabetic Sock Club (DSC) has diligently worked to develop a wide variety of socks for both men and women with diabetes, and to help make foot care “easy, affordable and trouble-free.” Choose from a wide variety of styles, colors and sizes to find the socks that suit you best. That means socks that are comfortable, that stay up (but are not too tight), that have a minimal number of seams and that limit pressure and constriction in your feet. DSC’s website is user-friendly, helping you find the socks best suited for your needs and preference. And their customer service is ready to help. If you’re still not sure, read the rave reviews from satisfied customers.

Stop wasting time and money on socks that are uncomfortable and that may lead to problems. Visit the Diabetic Sock Club[4] for happy, healthy feet.

Want to learn more about keeping your feet healthy with diabetes? Read “Caring for Your Feet When You Have Diabetes,”[5] “How to Choose Footwear”[6] and “Improving Blood Flow to the Feet.”[7]

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