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How to care for your feet

Updated on February 24, 2016
Healthy feet
Healthy feet

Ways in Which You Can Help to Keep Your Feet Healthy

Maintain a healthy weight.Being overweight affects your feet by putting greater force on them in each step.

It can also increase your risk of having a condition like arthritis in the feet and worsen pain pain from other foot problems.

Being overweight can also harm foot health by putting your higher risk for diabetes or poor blood circulation, which can lead to foot pain and loss of sensation in the feet.

Wear good shoe. Shoe fashion come and go, but wearing a comfortable shoe is one of the best and effective way you can ensure your movement.

Wearing tight shoes or high heels for a walk out won't cause lasting damage.

But when you know you'll be on your feet most of the day,choose supportive,comfortable shoes.invest in well-fitting athletic shoes for running,aerobics, and other high-impact activities.


Moisture your feet. The skin of the feet tends to get thinner and drier with age; callused feet can crack and bleed,causing pain.

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To keep skin soft, rub a thick moisturizing lotion into your feet after showers and bath as needed (but avoid the spaces in between the toes, where too much moisture can lead to infections).

Practice good foot hygiene. Wash and dry your feet throughly when you shower or bathe.cut toenails straight across to avoid ingrown nails.

Use a pumice stone or foot file to gently remove calluses. If you wear nail Polish on your toes,keep the nail healthy by life letting them "breathe" for couple of days after you remove it and before adding more.

Stretch your feet. People don't usually think about stretching the tops and bottoms of their feet, but stretches can help individuals to treat and prevent foot pain,most especially stretching the Achilles tendon is also important.

Five ways to keep your feet healthy

Maintain healthy weight. Being overweight affects your feet by putting greater force on them with each step. It can also increase your risk of having a condition like arthritis in the feet and worsen pain from other foot problems. Being overweight can also harm foot health by putting you at higher risk for diabetes or poor blood circulation, which can lead to foot pain and loss of sensation in feet.


Wear good shoes. Wearing comfortable shoes is one of the best preventive measures you can take to ensure your mobility. Wearing tight shoes or high heels now and then for a night out won't cause lasting damage. But when you know you will be on your feet most of the day, choose supportive, comfortable shoes. Invest in well-fitting athletic shoes for running aerobics, and other high-impact activities.

Moisturise your feet.The skin of the feet tends to get thinner and drier with age; callused feet can crack and bleed ,causing pain. To keep the skin soft, rub a thick moisturizering lotion into your feet after showers or bath as needed (but avoid the spaces in between the toes,where much moisture can lead to infections).

Practice good foot hygiene. Wash and dry your feet thoroughly when you shower or bathe. Cut toenails straight across to avoid ingrown nails.use a pumice Stone or foot file to gently remove calluses.

If you wear nail polish on your toes, keep nails healthy by letting them `breathe'' for period of days after you might have remove it before adding more.

Stretch your feet .people don't usually think about stretching the tops and bottoms of their feet,but stretches can help treat-and prevent-foot pain. Stretches for the Achilles'tendon are also important.

How to Remove Discolouration Under the Feet

do you know lipton and some green chinese tea can make your feet smooth like a new born baby,it is a great disinfectant to remove discolouration, and to remove sturbborn spot in your delicate skin,you can try it just buy any of the black chinese tea,it is either you buy lipton or you Go for green tea, I did mine with lipton and my toe colour was corrected,this is how to prepare it,(1). buy 3 satchet of the green tea,(2). boil about 5m of wate for about 30minute,then when boiled pour in a big bowl and drop the tea inside ,then allow it to melt and dissolve,then soak the affected feet inside for as long as it is hot,remove your feet from the water when you are done,Note it is not necessary to soak your feets in the water when the temperature is higher than you can endure, you can wait for it to cool down,before soaking your feets,try these every day and await for it result,the positive result appear in 3weeks.

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