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What Do Neuropathy Socks Do?

Socks designed to help manage the symptoms of your neuropathy can help improve your quality of life. Because neuropathy can get worse, it’s important to do everything you can to take care of your feet. This includes wearing neuropathy socks to help protect and comfort your feet.

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is the feeling of pain caused by nerve damage. It's commonly referred to as a feeling of pins and needles poking at your skin. It’s caused by the damage that having low blood sugar can deal to your nerves. Diabetics frequently experience neuropathy in their feet, though it also commonly occurs in the hands as well.


Neuropathy is a condition that develops over the years and can get worse. This is why it's so essential to manage your symptoms. Because there is no cure, it’s vital to prevent as much damage as possible. Your feet will thank you later for taking care of yourself now.

What Do Neuropathy Socks Do?

Neuropathy socks work by providing the support and pressure that your feet need. Lightweight, moisture wicking, and snug fit socks are perfect for feet with nerve damage. Neuropathy socks work to help improve your quality of life by helping you put the pain and tingles of nerve pain behind you.


A high-quality pair of diabetic neuropathy socks will have the following features:

  • Moisture wicking material to help lower infection risk
  • A smooth comfortable fit
  • Soft breathable material
  • As few seams as possible to prevent irritation hotspots
  • The ability to retain warmth in your feet

Neuropathy socks are a great way to keep your feet protected. Some styles can be worn to bed (not compression socks) to help improve your circulation throughout the night. Keeping your core temperature warm is also a great way to fall asleep and stay asleep. With neuropathy socks you’re much less likely to be woken in the night from your nerve damage pain.

How Else Can Neuropathy Be Managed?

Finding your blood sugar is key to preventing further nerve damage. A healthy diet and exercise routine should be one of the first steps in managing your neuropathy. When your overall health improves so will the health of your feet.


Keep your feet well taken care of and manicured. People with neuropathy are especially prone to foot ulcers and infection so it's important to keep a good eye on your feet. Make sure your feet are always in a fresh pair of socks.


Some helpful tips to keep in mind while managing your neuropathy are:


  • Inspect your feet often for potential scrapes, cuts, and bruises.
  • Remember to get active.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Sit with your feet uncrossed or in a reclined position.
  • Keep your feet clean and dry.

Neuropathy Socks Do Help!

If you’re looking for some extra help keeping your feet protected, neuropathy socks will do the trick. Not only that, but you may see improvement in your symptoms such as the awful pins and needles feeling. Neuropathy socks are specially designed to help improve the unique symptoms and challenges presented by this disease. 



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