When it's hot out, our feet sweat. And when our feet sweat, they can start to stink. Our skin is designed to cool the body by sweating, which is just water evaporating and taking some of the heat with it. But when our feet sweat, bacteria and fungi will throw a party in your shoes.
Do you love spending time outdoors, but dread the thought of getting a foot blister? If so, you're not alone. Foot blisters are a common problem for people who enjoy hiking, running and other outdoor activities. In this blog post, we will discuss the causes of foot blisters, treatments and prevention methods. We hope that this information will help you to enjoy your favorite outdoor activities this summer without having to worry about pesky foot blisters!
As discussed in previous articles, running is a high-impact exercise that can take its toll on the body. It can cause knee, back and hip pain. But how do you incorporate cardio into your routine without hurting your joints? I recommend trying an elliptical machine as an alternative option.
Toenail fungus is a problem that many people deal with at some point in their life. Not only is fungus unsightly and embarrassing, but it can also be extremely difficult to get rid of. There are a lot of over-the-counter topical antifungals available at virtually every pharmacy and even on Amazon, but how do you know what is product is actually going to work? Don’t waste one cent more on products that won’t yield results.
This Mother’s Day, give your mom the gift of relaxation with a pedicure. She’ll love the feeling of taking some time for herself and enjoying a luxurious treatment. Plus, it’s a great way to show your appreciation for all she does for you year-round. Read below for a complete guide on how to make her day special!
Diabetes is a serious and often overlooked disease that can lead to many complications, including nerve damage in your feet. Due to the delicate nature of their feet, diabetics should never go barefoot. Wearing shoes is imperative for maintaining a healthy diabetic foot, but not all shoes are made the same. Diabetic shoes are an important part of treating diabetes.