About three-quarters of the United States population will experience foot pain at least once in their lifetime. At the present time, close to one-quarter (24 percent) of Americans already have some sort of familiarity with foot problems. If not addressed, it could lead to serious problems with your feet and even travel to your knees and back.
For the ladies, it can be extremely difficult to avoid foot pain, especially when heading to the office or parties sporting a pair of high heeled shoes – the first thing you want to do when you get home is take them off! For the gentlemen, it can also be painful wearing those heeled shoes without any comfort, which can be most damaging when you’re standing all day.
What’s the solution to this issue? Well, there are a number of things you could do that can relieve the pain in your ankles, soles, toes and arches as well as anything above the ankle. Here are five simple tips to start using for respite.
Even if you’re ticklish, a traditional foot massage can do wonders for relief from the pain and tension. Of course, you don’t need to spend a lot of money by going to a spa to get a foot massage because you can do it yourself, purchase equipment or have a partner or family member do it for you. Read the rest of this entry »