Posted by MTV News UK on Tuesday, April 14, 2018 05:59:46A recent study of 2,000 adults found that nearly half (45%) of those who had orthopedies between the ages of 18 and 39 had some sort of foot problem, which is more than double the rate of the general population.
Foot problems have long been considered a marker of a condition, but the latest research has revealed that people with foot problems are more likely to be overweight or obese.
The survey found that of the people who reported having orthopedical problems, half (51%) had either been diagnosed with diabetes or had high blood pressure, and that one in four (24%) had had at least one other serious health problem.
The condition is thought to be a consequence of the stress of being a young adult.
But what exactly is the condition, and how can you be diagnosed?
“People with foot issues can have any of these conditions: Type 2 diabetes, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and hypertension,” Dr. Sarah O’Connor, the lead author of the study, told The Huffington Post UK.
“People may have diabetes because of a combination of factors, like not eating enough or being overweight, or because of other medical conditions.”
The condition itself is not something that is really easy to diagnose, because people with diabetes tend to have a higher risk of complications from it.
“And while it is possible to have diabetes and have a high blood cholesterol, people who have high blood glucose are also at a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease.”
It’s important to remember that foot problems can be different in each individual, so there is no one right way to treat them.
But some things to keep in mind:Osteoarthritis can cause pain, swelling, stiffness, and loss of range of motion.
A knee injury can also cause inflammation of the knee joint and pain in the ankle.
“You can also have an issue of joint swelling and pain, or you may have arthritis,” Dr O’Connor said.
A person can have a range of foot problems from poor circulation to the fact that they have an orthopedist who is not a good fit.
“They have a condition that is not obvious, but they are still going to get their foot problems, and they are going to have to manage it,” she said.
There are a range, from the mild to the more severe, and depending on the severity of the problem, they could have to spend several months in hospital.
But the good news is that there are tools and techniques to help you overcome these problems.
“It’s really about making sure you get your foot checked out,” Dr Loomis said.
“You’re going to need to go to your doctor if you have any foot problems that are not obvious to you and are bothering you.”