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Why Do People With Diabetes Need to Wear Diabetic Socks?

By Kate Helete | September 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

People with diabetes are at a higher risk of problems like foot infections or injuries. You may not realize it, but high blood sugar can cause damage to important parts of your body. For example, neuropathy, or nerve damage, can lead to numbness, tingling, prickling, or pain in your feet and toes. Another thing that can happen […]

Take Care of Your Feet

By Kate Helete | September 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

This post was written by Shunta B, from Texas. She has type 2 diabetes and is a user of the Siren Diabetic Sock and Foot Monitoring System. Having Type 2 diabetes has really been eye-opening. I’ve had to learn how to take care of myself, and that includes keeping my feet healthy.  Making sure your […]

Siren at Wild on Wounds 2018

By Kate Helete | September 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

Earlier this month, we attended one of our favorite conferences, Wild on Wounds (WOW), in Las Vegas. WOW is a national wound conference designed for people who work in healthcare interested in learning about managing wounds and how to help their patients.   We got to meet and talk with so many people in the […]

How Do I Wash and Dry My Siren Diabetic Socks?

By Kate Helete | September 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

Rejoice! The good news is that Siren Diabetic Socks don’t require any special care. They’re just your standard diabetic socks but taken up a notch and better. Here’s what makes them better than other socks for people with diabetes: The socks are designed with technology to help you better understand the health of your feet. […]

What Is a Callous Ulcer?

By Kate Helete | September 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you have diabetes, you probably know that you are more at risk for foot injuries. One of the most common kinds of injuries that you might have heard of is a foot ulcer. But, you may not be as familiar with a certain kind of foot ulcer called a callous ulcer. What is a […]

5 Common Symptoms of Foot Ulcers

By Kate Helete | September 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Foot ulcers are one of the most common and serious complications of diabetes. About 15 percent of people with diabetes develop foot ulcers in their lifetime. When you have diabetes, you are more at risk for foot injuries. Over time, your blood vessels and nerves can become damaged and you can lose feeling in your feet. […]

Understanding The Link Between Diabetic Foot & Gangrene

By Kate Helete | September 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

When you have a foot ulcer or another problem with your feet, one complication, or problem, you may have is gangrene. Simply put, gangrene is the death of the tissue in a part of your body. It can happen when something prevents the supply of blood to an area of your body. It can also […]

Siren is a Fast Co. 2018 Innovation by Design Awards Honoree!

By Kate Helete | September 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

We’re very excited to announce that Siren’s Diabetic Sock and Foot Monitoring System was named an Honorable Mention in the Fast Company’s 2018 Innovation by Design Awards Health category! Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Awards celebrate creative design in business. Fast Company’s judges chose honorees from more than 2,800 submissions across 16 categories. How are […]

5 Ways to Alleviate Diabetic Foot Pain

By Kate Helete | September 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Nerve damage in the feet and toes (neuropathy) can cause numbness, tingling, and general pain that can make your daily activities difficult. Luckily there are many ways you can decrease diabetic foot pain. We pulled together a list of 5 things you can do to help: Bath Soaks Soaking your feet in a warm bath […]

Common Locations of Foot Ulcers

By Kate Helete | September 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage, is side effect of diabetes. It also plays a large role in getting a  diabetic foot ulcer. In case you didn’t know, a diabetic foot ulcer is an open wound where underlying skin is exposed. Anyone with diabetes, both Type 1 and 2, is at risk of getting a foot […]

Why Do People With Diabetes Need to Wear Diabetic Socks?

People with diabetes are at a higher risk of problems like foot infections or injuries. You may not realize it, but high blood sugar can cause damage to important parts of your body. For example, neuropathy, or nerve damage, can lead to numbness, tingling, prickling, or pain in your feet and toes. Another thing that can happen...

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Take Care of Your Feet

This post was written by Shunta B, from Texas. She has type 2 diabetes and is a user of the Siren Diabetic Sock and Foot Monitoring System. Having Type 2 diabetes has really been eye-opening. I’ve had to learn how to take care of myself, and that includes keeping my feet healthy.  Making sure your...

Read More...

Siren at Wild on Wounds 2018

Earlier this month, we attended one of our favorite conferences, Wild on Wounds (WOW), in Las Vegas. WOW is a national wound conference designed for people who work in healthcare interested in learning about managing wounds and how to help their patients.   We got to meet and talk with so many people in the...

Read More...

How Do I Wash and Dry My Siren Diabetic Socks?

Rejoice! The good news is that Siren Diabetic Socks don’t require any special care. They’re just your standard diabetic socks but taken up a notch and better. Here’s what makes them better than other socks for people with diabetes: The socks are designed with technology to help you better understand the health of your feet....

Read More...

What Is a Callous Ulcer?

If you have diabetes, you probably know that you are more at risk for foot injuries. One of the most common kinds of injuries that you might have heard of is a foot ulcer. But, you may not be as familiar with a certain kind of foot ulcer called a callous ulcer. What is a...

Read More...

5 Common Symptoms of Foot Ulcers

Foot ulcers are one of the most common and serious complications of diabetes. About 15 percent of people with diabetes develop foot ulcers in their lifetime. When you have diabetes, you are more at risk for foot injuries. Over time, your blood vessels and nerves can become damaged and you can lose feeling in your feet....

Read More...

Understanding The Link Between Diabetic Foot & Gangrene

When you have a foot ulcer or another problem with your feet, one complication, or problem, you may have is gangrene. Simply put, gangrene is the death of the tissue in a part of your body. It can happen when something prevents the supply of blood to an area of your body. It can also...

Read More...

Siren is a Fast Co. 2018 Innovation by Design Awards Honoree!

We’re very excited to announce that Siren’s Diabetic Sock and Foot Monitoring System was named an Honorable Mention in the Fast Company’s 2018 Innovation by Design Awards Health category! Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Awards celebrate creative design in business. Fast Company’s judges chose honorees from more than 2,800 submissions across 16 categories. How are...

Read More...

5 Ways to Alleviate Diabetic Foot Pain

Nerve damage in the feet and toes (neuropathy) can cause numbness, tingling, and general pain that can make your daily activities difficult. Luckily there are many ways you can decrease diabetic foot pain. We pulled together a list of 5 things you can do to help: Bath Soaks Soaking your feet in a warm bath...

Read More...

Common Locations of Foot Ulcers

Diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage, is side effect of diabetes. It also plays a large role in getting a  diabetic foot ulcer. In case you didn’t know, a diabetic foot ulcer is an open wound where underlying skin is exposed. Anyone with diabetes, both Type 1 and 2, is at risk of getting a foot...

Read More...