If you have flat feet, then you know that they can be a real pain – literally. Flat feet can cause all sorts of problems, from foot pain and fatigue to shin splints and knee pain.
Is your job one of those that has you on your feet all day? Are you constantly dealing with back pain, sore feet, and tight muscles? If so, don't worry – you're not alone. Millions of people deal with this type of pain on a daily basis. But the good news is that there are some simple stretches you can do to help prevent it.
If you've ever had foot problems, you know that they can be pretty darn annoying. Aching heels, blisters, and athlete's foot can make it tough to get around. But did you know that your feet can also say a lot about your health? In fact, your feet might be the window to understanding some of the other issues going on in your body. Here are a few things that your feet may be trying to tell you.
Feet are funny things, aren't they? They're always trotting around getting us where we need to go, and yet most of us take them for granted. That is, until something goes wrong. And when it comes to diabetes and your feet, something can go wrong a lot. If you don't take care of your feet properly, you could end up with some serious complications like neuropathy, ulcers, or even amputation (YIKES!).
Did you know that women are four times more likely to develop foot problems than men? I have two words for you: high heels. There’s no denying that high heels make us feel powerful, confident, and sexy. But those same sky-high stilettos can actually be pretty bad for our foot health. If you want to keep your feet healthy and pain-free, it might be time to ditch the high heels and opt for a more comfortable option instead. Keep reading to learn more about the negative effects of high heels and discover some better options for shoes that will still make you look fabulous.
It seems that as we age, everything else in our body starts to slow down–except our feet. Even though they have been carrying us around for years and have borne the brunt of our weight, often times our feet don’t get the attention they need. By taking some simple steps to care for our feet, we can keep them healthy and pain-free well into old age. Read on for tips on how to take care of your aging feet!