Corns on the feet are a common problem affecting people of all ages. They are most common in women, especially those who wear improperly fitted shoes. Here are 3 natural foot corn treatments that work!
However you get them, foot blisters are a fact of life. Here’s how to treat (and ultimately prevent) blisters on your feet. All the best tips from athletes and home remedies.
Of the 3 examples of footwear listed here, the Z-Coil name has the largest presence on the Internet. Overall comments about customer satisfaction appear to be overwhelmingly positive. Here are some things to think about before buying Z-Coil shoes.
Plantar Fasciitis is a painful condition that affects the arch of your foot. Here are the symptoms and treatments for Plantar Fasciitis, including night splints, daytime braces, a Plantar Fasciitis soc, and helpful stretching exercises.
What do foot binding, women’s high heels, and bunions have in common? They are all the result of feet being cramped or bound in tight places for too long. Too much pressure puts stress on the toes. Sometimes culture and fashion trends have a price. Here’s what you need to know…
Here are the best natural home remedies to treat your dry, cracked heels and feet.
Here’s how to prevent gout from flaring up — usually in the big toe. Plus, lots of home remedies — from all-natural products to foods to avoid and foods you should eat.
For Olympians, it’s all about the feet. Here’s why.
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.
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!