You’re most at risk for developing gangrene if you have an underlying medical condition that affects your circulation. There are several conditions that affect the blood vessels and can increase your risk such as :
Keep your blood sugar under control without increasing your insulin. Insulin causes inflammation in the body. Please use our medicine Dia Drops for controlling blood sugar.
If you have diabetes, make sure you examine your hands and feet daily for cuts, sores.
If you’re overweight, it can cause undue stress on your arteries. This can restrict blood flow, which can increase your risk of infection.
Hardened and narrowed arteries (atherosclerosis) and blood clots also can block blood flow to an area
If you're undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy, your body's ability to fight off an infection is impaired.
If you have an infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or Medications or drugs that are injected, have been shown to cause infection with bacteria that cause gangrene.
AUTO IMMUNO DISEASES
When you have any auto immune diseases your blood is impure and added to that weak immunity can cause this problem.
TRAUMA OR INJURY
Wounds that are traumatic, such as gunshot wounds or crushing injuries from car crashes, can cause bacteria to invade tissues deep within the body. When such tissues are infected, gangrene can occur.
It’s important to stay bundled up in cold weather. Frostbitten skin can lead to gangrene.
Long-term use of tobacco weakens blood vessels and can make you more likely to get Gangrene