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3. Ankle Range of Motion

ankle-range-of-motionThe purpose of the ankle range of motion exercise is to strengthen the ankle and muscles in your feet and legs. It also works the top of your foot. This can help reduce any stiffness or swelling in the ankle.

For this exercise, no special equipment needed

How to do the exercise:

2. Towel Stretch

Towel Stretch for Foot HealthThe purpose of the towel stretch is to stretch the calf muscle on the back of the leg and strengthen the ankle. This exercise is important if you have suffered damage to the calf muscle or ankle.

For this, you will need a hand towel.

How to do the exercise:

1. The Ball Roll

ball-roll-foot-healthThe purpose of the ball roll is to work the muscles on the sole of the feet, called the plantar fascia.

For this you will need a small ball, such as a tennis, golf, or lacrosse ball.

How to do the exercise:

How to Care for Your Feet?

How to Care for Your FeetOur feet are the foundation of our body. We all know what happens to a building if it is built on a weak foundation, or if the foundation becomes damaged. The whole building can start to crack and crumble. Healthy feet mean a healthy body.

It is important to care for your feet every day, not just when they become sore or bothersome. Here some ways that you can care for your feet daily:

10 Exercises and Stretches for Healthy Feet

10-exercises-stretches-for-healthy-feetHave you ever thought how important it is to have healthy feet? Most of us spend the majority of our waking hours every day on our feet. In fact, our quality of life is greatly affected by the condition of our feet. We need our feet to take part in most of our daily activities – walking or driving to work, getting around the house, playing sports, and going shopping.


Sleep Can Affect Muscle TensionMuscle tension can lead to problems when it comes to falling asleep, as well as staying asleep through the night. Many people who evaluate their sleeping habits and take steps to correct any issues notice fewer problems with muscle tension.

Ergonomics and Posture

Posture and Ergonomics Affect Muscle TensionMuscle tension can also be caused by poor posture or using poor ergonomics when you perform various tasks. Poor posture places unnecessary stress on the muscles of the back, leading to muscle tension.


Rest Can Help Muscle TensionActivity and exercise can be important steps toward preventing muscle tension, but you also have to make sure you get enough rest. Some people overdo it at work, others might go to the gym and push their bodies to extremes. Either way you look at it, muscle tension can come from working yourself too hard and not providing the muscles with the rest that they need.


Acupuncture Relieves Muscle Tension

Acupuncture is an alternative form of treatment but it has shown to be effective for things like pain and muscle tension. In fact, one randomized study published in the British Medical Journal came to the conclusion that acupuncture can actually do more to relieve pain and tension in the neck than conventional massage.

Stress Management

Managing Stress Can Reduce Muscle TensionPsychological triggers like anxiety and stress are some of the most common causes of muscle tension. When a person starts to feel anxious or over-stressed, the muscles can react by tightening up. This can cause the tension that we are talking about here, and it can also lead to soreness, pain, and tension headaches.


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