By controlling weight, being active, quitting smoking, and most importantly maintaining normal blood sugar levels, a diabetic can lower the chances for developing neuropathy.
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Always walk in a safe, well-lighted place.
First warm up for five to seven minutes by walking at a slower pace.
Keep a steady pace.
Walk for at least 30 minutes.
Wear shoes that fit and provide good support.
Keep your back straight.
Cool down for five to seven minutes at the end of your workout by walking at a slower pace.
Stretch after you cool down.