Because the patient’s blood sugar is too high, a hotbed has been created for the bacteria, making it difficult for the foot ulcers to heal under the condition of a large number of bacteria multiplying.
In the following four cases, you must check your blood glucose in time and go to a regular hospital for treatment.
1. The feet are afraid of cold and weak to walk. In the early stages of the patient’s feet, he was afraid of cold, whiteness, numbness, dull feeling and itching of the skin. He had a soft feeling during normal walking.
2. Pain in lower limbs when walking. When the patient walks normally, only a short distance will cause pain in the lower limbs. Many times need to rest for half a day before continuing to walk. Although the pain will disappear by a short rest, but over time, this kind of It felt more and more obvious.
3. Foot ulcers do not heal for a long time. The patient’s foot has ulcers, which may be smaller in the early stage, but the ulcer does not heal for a long time, and the ulcer surface becomes larger and larger.
4. The feet are red and swollen and do not subside. The patient’s feet are red and swollen, and the redness and swelling will not subside on their own, and some tinea pedis may also occur with the redness.
Heart rate generally refers to the number of heartbeats per minute in a quiet, inactive, and quiet state. Studies have found that heart rate reminds us a lot of health information, so we should pay special attention to it.
Predict the length of life
The “life star” in animals-the tortoise is more than 500 years old, and its heart beats only 10 times per minute at least; while a small rat’s heart beats fast, up to 1200 times per minute, and it only ends if it lives more than one year . According to research, the life cycle of all animals follows this rule: the faster the heart rate, the shorter the life span.
Human beings of all things can’t do anything except that the life of civilization can make their heartbeat limit multiple times 800 million times. So life scientists say the secret to longevity is to make your heart beat as calmly as possible. So, is there any way to make the heart beat slower? The first is through exercise. Often participating in a variety of exercises of appropriate intensity will slow down the resting heart rate. Followed by maintaining proper weight. Obesity can increase the burden on your heart and increase your heart rate.
Predict the risk of heart disease
As far as humans are concerned, although the heart rate of 60-100 beats / minute is in the normal range when quiet, the optimal heart rate is about 70 beats / minute. A survey of 34,000 people showed that people who have a heart rate 12 times per minute faster than normal people are 27% more likely to die of cardiovascular disease than normal people. This reminds people not to ignore the speed of the heart rate.
Prognosis for heart disease
The heart rate of a patient with heart disease within one year is an independent guess. If the patient’s heart rate is always higher than normal, or the difference between the fastest and slowest heart rate is small, the chance of death within a year is quite high. This suggests that people with stable and slow heart rate treatment are directly related to patient survival.
Prompt whether the amount of exercise is appropriate
The amount of exercise is mainly measured by heart rate. For example, when aerobic exercise is effective and safe, a person’s heart rate is 170 minus the number of ages, or between 108-144. For example, if you are 40 years old, your optimal heart rate during exercise is about 130 beats per minute.
Indications of Overwork
Whether a person’s work or exercise will be fatigued due to excessive exercise depends on the heart rate of the next morning. If the heart rate is 5 times / minute faster than the previous day, it can be considered as exhaustion and the amount of exercise or labor should be adjusted.