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How to Properly Care for Your Feet

Health News November 18, 2017

Whether we are athletes or working in a retail store, our feet take a beating. It is not something we think about a lot until something happens. Often we find that our feet get sore and tired or blistered and we just keep going without proper care. It is vital to take time out to treat our feet to some great treatments and massages. Continuous care for your feet can keep you from having problems later on in life as you age. We must also think about our overall health when it comes to our foot health. Certain illnesses and diseases can wreak habit on the health of our feet, such as diabetes and issues with the health of our liver. So a physical each year is quite helpful in this process.

When it is time for your yearly physical, visit a podiatrist as well to check on the health of your feet and tell your main doctor if you have been having unsual soreness or sores and blisters on your feet so that he or she can check for certain illnesses or diseases that may be causing these problems. Your main doctor will give you the word if you need to see a podiatrist right away. Just don’t take your foot health for granted.

Here are a few ways we can keep our feet healthy at home.


Keep your feet clean just as you would any other part of your body. There are special soaps and lotions out there specifically made for your feet that will help keep the skin healthy and moist.


Exfoliating your feet at least once a week is also a great idea. This will help you to pay attention to anything disturbing the feel and comfort of your feet. Exfoliating keeps your feet smooth and helps to keep your feet clear of tough skin and warts on your toes and underneath your feet.


Masssage your feet on a regular basis, particularly if you work a job that keep you on your feet all day. A good massage at the end of the day is a way to keep your feel feeling in top condition and ready for more work the next day.


Soaking your feet is a wonderful treatment that helps get rid of dead tough skin caused by overuse or a lack of exfoliation and moisturizing. It is also a relaxing process for the entire body that may be overworked and exhausted. Many people have jobs in which they count on their feet to withstand the pressure of standing all day. Treat your feet well and you won’t feel so sore and tired at the end of your day.

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