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April 2016

How Can Socks and Shoes Benefit Someone with Diabetes?

diabetics should wear socks and shoes as much as possible to prevent injuryIf you have diabetes, did you know that it is wise to wear a pair of socks and shoes at all times. The combination gives your feet more cushion and support and protects your feet from a possible injury or puncture wound from stepping on something.

This is just one of our foot care tips for diabetics. Since foot injuries and complications account for nearly 25% of hospital admissions of diabetic patients, foot care may be one of the most important routine you do everyday. We have found as many solutions to prevent foot injury and infection for you.

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What You May Not Know About Your Flip Flops

Flip flops can cause a lot of foot problems and painAre you an avid flip flop wearer? Me too. It is not surprising since they are extremely convenient, reasonably priced, lightweight, and keep your feet cool. Despite this list of pros, flip flops have a list of cons as well. So much so that it may just make it hard to wear those flip flops very much anymore. Wearing flip flops as your main shoe can increase your risk of developing plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, stress fractures, hammertoe, bunions, or ankle injuries because they do not provide your feet with the support that they need.

This is just one of the shoes we discuss in our article “What to Know Before Purchasing New Shoes: A Guide to Avoid Foot Pain.”  The lack of support that flip flops have also causes you to change the way you walk, leading to pain in your knees, hips, and low back. One study found that someone who wears flip flops shortens their stride and hits their heels to the ground with less vertical force. Another downfall that flip flops have is that strap between your toes. It causes you to grip with your toes in an unnatural way in order to keep your flip flops from falling off your feet. With all this being said, it would never hurt to have your flip flops for those quick trips like going to the gym or checking the mail box, but wearing them as your main shoes is where the problems seem to occur.

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Are Your Toenails Unsightly?

You can Get rid of toenail fungusAre your toenails discolored, thick, brittle, and possibly even swollen and painful? If so you have a toenail fungus known as “onychomycosis.” I have good news and bad news about this ailment. The good news is that you can get rid of it with natural solutions. The bad news is that it will take a while to completely see a change in the appearance of your toenails. This is because toenails grow slowly and to get rid of the discoloration you will need to let the entire toenail grow out. Even when you do not see a difference after a few weeks of treating your toenails, do not give up; it is just going to take some time to grow out your nails.

This is just one of the facts that we have shared with you in our article about “Getting to Know Your Feet.” In this article, we provide numerous natural remedies that are known to get rid of onychomycosis and improve the appearance of your toenails. With April as National Foot Health Awareness Month, we compiled as many solutions to foot pain that we could find in order to keep you on your feet and free of pain!

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Do Your Heels Crack and Hurt?

Moisturizing the feet can prevent painful cracking heelsDo you suffer from painful heel fissures, which are those little cracks that can develop on the back of heels? Moisturizing the feet once a day is a good way to prevent this. These heel cracks occur for a number of reasons, the main reason is due to dry skin, but some other factors include wearing open-backed shoes often or athlete's foot that is caused from not properly airing out shoes and feet.

Moisturizing your feet is just one way that we have found to take good care of your feet. For the most part, heel fissures are more painful than they are dangerous, but if they are deep enough and stick around for a while they can become infected. The practice of applying a good moisturizing lotion once a day can help these fissures heal and prevent any more from developing.

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Can Adult's Feet Still Grow?

feet change size even in adulthoodDid you know that the feet can grow even after you are fully grown? Many people think that the size they were when they reached adulthood is their shoe size for the rest of their life. However, because we are on our feet all the time, they tend to grow in length and width. Other factors like pregnancy or weight gain can also affect the size of the feet.

This is just one of our tips about how to choose the right shoe for your feet. With this in mind, the next time you are looking for new shoes, rather than just walking up and grabbing the size you always go for, have your feet measured just to see if that is the right size shoe for your feet. With April as National Foot Health Awareness Month, we have written this article in order to display how important it is to choose the right shoe for the health of your feet.

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How to Maintain Good Circulation in the Feet

It is important for diabetics to maintain good blood flow in feetIf you have diabetes, you know that poor blood circulation in the feet can make it harder for the body to heal sores and fight infection in the foot. Did you know there are some measures that you can take to encourage good blood circulation? For instance, when you are sitting down try to elevate your feet, go for a walk regularly, and always avoid crossing your legs.

This is just one our foot care tips for diabetics. Other simple measures you could take to keep your blood flowing to your extremities is to take five minutes, three times per day in order to wiggle your toes and ankles. Since April is National Foot Health Awareness Month we have shared as much information about feet as we can.

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Does Your Job Make Your Feet Hurt?

standing all day can make your feet hurtWhen you have to stand on your feet all day, do you resign to the fact that your feet are going to hurt? What if I told you that this pain is actually a sign of problems in the feet and that they can be addressed before you develop foot arthritis, plantar fasciitis, tendinitis, etc. By implementing measures like foot exercises and stretches, supportive footwear, and so on, you can reduce the amount of pain caused by standing on your feet all day and prevent further issues from occurring.

Since most people’s jobs cause them to be on their feet all day, they have concluded that foot pain is normal and that it must be suffered through. We have compiled an article that explains why this pain occurs, what it is doing to your body, as well as ways to treat and prevent this pain.

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Can Shoes Really Affect Your Foot Health?

what to know before purchasing shoes: A guide to avoiding foot painDid you know that there were things to consider before purchasing a pair of shoes? Each type of shoe has its own set of downfalls that could lead to foot pain or injury later on. By learning about the types of shoes available, you can discover what signs to look for, as well as some ways to avoid the foot pain that commonly accompanies wearing that shoe.

Since April is National Foot Health Awareness Month, we compiled this article to reveal just how the shoes we wear every day can impact the health of our feet and body. Sometimes avoiding an issue is as easy as buying a pair of sole inserts that make up for your shoe’s lack of support.

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Are Your Feet Causing Your Back Pain?

back pain can start in the feetDid you know that your back pain may have started due to an issue with your feet? Our feet connect to the rest of our body through nerve receptors, which send signals to and from the brain in order to keep us standing upright and going in the direction we desire. If there is a misalignment in the feet, these signals can be disturbed resulting in improper posture that leads to pain in the back and other areas of the body.

This is just one of the interesting facts about feet that we have found for you. If your back hurts and you spend most of your day up on your feet, there is a chance that you can find relief by focusing on your feet. For instance, a new pair of shoes or some foot exercises may be all you need to relieve your back pain. Since we are recognizing April as National Foot Health Awareness Month, we have compiled an article that explains many aspects of the feet that you may not be aware of, yet may be affecting your life more than you know.

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Can Extra Weight Cause Foot Problems?

extra weight can cause foot painOur feet are placed under a great amount of strain on a daily basis. They are forced to endure every bit of weight we place on them every time we are up on our feet.  Did you know that extra body weight could increase this stress on the feet and raise the risk for foot pain and injuries like plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, bone spurs, etcetera?

This is just one of the details we share about how weight affects the feet. Since so many people suffer from foot pain and many times it is because of a little extra weight, we have compiled an article to explain why this pain occurs, as well as some tips to get you back on your feet and enjoying life again!

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