Foot Pain is a serious issue for many people. Most would agree that if the feet hurt the whole body hurts. Let's take it a step further and speak not only about the physical ailments of foot pain, but the manifestation of how it affects individuals mentally as well. When your feet hurt, it's difficult to truly think of anything else aside from how to alleiviate the pain in your feet!
Foot pain in particular, is something that affects the total well-being of a person, simply because our feet are the only vehicle that carries our bodies from place to place.
Foot discomfort can lead to achy legs, walking imbalances, swollen legs and feet and the list could go on. Some foot conditions are chronic and require continuous ongoing treatments or therapeutic foot ware to help alleviate the chronic symptoms.
There is not one particular method that works for everyone to help remedy foot pain, each individual is unique and have to find out what method of relief works best for them. Consulting with your Podiatrist or Physician is often the best way to help treat foot ailments and to discuss pain relief methods.
Generally speaking, there are some holistic methods that a person can incorporate into their daily foot care routines along with any prescribed treatments suggested by a treating Physician or Podiatrist. Proper Foot and Leg Massage is a great way to help sooth achy joints and tendons and to relieve stress in the feet. Warm foot baths can also bring some level of comfort and wellness for those who suffer from foot and leg swelling. Stretching of the foot and leg muscles, when done correctly, can help with increased circulation and blood flow to the lower extremities.
Lastly, always make sure to find proper fitting shoes based on your particular foot care needs.
References: (Foot Exercises) https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320964.php
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