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Traveling Safely with Neuropathy

March 8, 2019

Are you planning a weekend getaway, traveling for business, or going to visit family for a special event? Whether you travel often or once in a blue moon, it’s essential to keep your health in mind. So that means when packing, don’t forget to take your Siren Diabetic Socks with you!

Changing Your Routine

On a daily basis, there are so many routines that make our lives familiar, from making a cup of coffee or tea in the morning to switching off a lamp at night. Your daily routine is so habitual that you don’t even notice it’s there! Then all of a sudden, you’re in a hotel room or your brother-in-law’s house. You accidentally bump your elbow on the shower door (how did that get there?) and can’t seem to remember where you left your jacket.

Don’t let the change of surroundings knock you off balance! As a person managing diabetes, you understand what it takes to maintain good health. The same way you rely on your supplies and medications, you can rely on Siren Diabetic Socks to support you in keeping up your care routine.

Temperature Monitoring

Many factors influence the temperature of your feet. Think about the changes you make when you travel -- eating habits, level of activity, level of stress. Of course, those are all things that affect your well-being and the well-being of your feet!


Even though the goal of travel is often to relieve stress, somehow stress is a common side effect when you go on vacation. Here are ways to avoid increased stress. Not surprisingly, they include taking care of your body and packing smart.

So as your activity patterns change during travel, you want your Siren Socks to continue tracking your status. Think of them as a token of consistency to anchor you when you’re in a new environment and plans may be up in the air. 

Tell us in the comments what is your next travel destination. If interested you can also read Can I Drink Alcohol If I Have Diabetic Neuropathy? or The Best Shoes for Diabetic Neuropathy.

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