Foot Care Tips

Easy Solutions For Sweaty Smelly Feet

Some people’s feet sweat more than other people’s feet. Whenever your feet sweat, bacteria feed off the sweat and create smelly fatty acids that give your feet a really nasty odor. Combine this with the fact the fact that warm moisture encourages the growth of fungi, and you can have a real uncomfortable situation on your hands.

Ingrown Toenail Care & Treatment

I’ve had foot pain ingrown toenails for YEARS now. Surprisingly, all it takes is a rather insignificant trauma to create a bad situation with your toenails. Here’s what caused my ingrown toenails, and how I’ve done ingrown toenail care and treatment for most of my life.

What Are Your Feet Telling You? How To Make Sense Of Foot Pain

Foot pain usually signals something more serious going on in your body. In the same way that foot acupressure points can be used to relax the body, the foot can also signal when the body has issues that needs to be addressed. Here’s how to determine what your feet are telling you.

Foot Care Tips When You Have Type 2 Diabetes

People with Type 2 diabetes are much more likely to develop foot problems than those without it. Type 2 diabetes patients are prone to foot problems because blood vessels and nerves become damaged.

Foot Acupressure Points To Relax Your Feet (…And The Rest Of Your Body)

See how to do a reflexology foot massage — on yourself or someone else. You can choose to concentrate on the foot and ankle in general or focus on specific pressure points. Each yields different results. The good news: for most healthy individuals, a 5-minute foot rub per foot can be performed daily without any problem. So acupressure of the feet appears to be one of the safest ways to help yourself. And it’s easy, too!