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12-20-2010, 07:36 AM
Hours of Sleep

Studies prove time and again that every needs about eight hours of sleep each night. However, most people do not allow themselves the luxury of the full recommended dosage of R & R. By going to bed at a reasonable hour (when you are tired) and sleeping a full eight hours, your body will feel rested, restored, and will ultimately function at a higher level than if it were deprived of sleep.

If you are having difficulty sleeping, take a look at your overall stress level, diet, and exercise routine, use incontinence pads for men (http://www.typefreediabetes.com/Tena-Incontinence-Pads-for-Men-p/sct50600.htm) and women, and sleeping habits. Small changes can lead to big results. Speak to your doctor if you have trouble sleeping for a prolonged amount of time.

30 Minutes of Exercise with diabetic socks women (http://www.typefreediabetes.com/Socks-For-Diabetics-s/57.htm) and men

Peripheral Neuropathy is one of the common side effects of diabetes, which can cause insensitivity, or a loss of sensation in the extremities to feel pain, heat, and cold in a diabetic person. It is very important for a diabetic person to take care of foot related injuries and wear specially designed shoes for diabetics, diabetic socks for men, and women's diabetic shoes.