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The term sore feet means what it says – pain and discomfort in your feet. There are several symptoms of sore feet that may be mentioned as below:
If you have sore feet, it is very important that you get it treated as soon as possible. If you do not there is always a chance that this pain would make its presence felt in other parts of your body such as your legs, back, and hips. You can be sure that this would only make things worse.
Feet are really complex body parts when you come to think of it. There are 26 bones and 33 joints in each foot. There at least 100 tendons, ligaments, and muscles in each foot. This means that there is always a high chance that something may go wrong with your feet at any given time. In most cases people experience sore feet because of wear and tear. Sore feet are basically a sign that you are not as young as you once used to be.
It is very important that you trim your toenails at all times. If you have longer toe nails they would cause pain especially when they are pressed against the shoes. You should also get pedicures if you can. You can be sure that it would have a miraculous effect as far as your calluses are concerned. You can also use softening foot lotion in order to make sure that your feet stay soft and properly hydrated. If you are wearing pumps and designer high heels you should use pads and cushions in those shoes. It is also important to keep in mind that you should not wear these shoes at all times.
Sandals would be a much better option in this regard. The same can also be said of slippers and flats. You should be wearing them especially after you have worn pumps or high heels the day before. They also help you reduce a lot of stress that your feet may be experiencing after wearing difficult shoes. Massage balls are also great for such purposes. You can use these to roll your feet in a back and forth motion and get the blood flowing through your feet.
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Thoughts and advice on foot health care from the Podogo team.