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Happy Feet Healthy Feet........

Posted on May 22, 2013 at 3:06 PM Comments comments (36)
After wearing close shoes all winter long and walking through snow and rain in a cold winter season. 
Finally Spring  season is upon us. 
 April is  a month of rebirth and also the month of Foot Health Awareness , here is some tips help you to be on your feet for a long time, and to put your best foot forward.   •
 Need to check on your feet everyday ,  for any open cuts, bruises, sores, or any skin changes , such as  moles skin mark, swelling, and make sure to check between your toes and to dry between toes too and have a look at your nails color and shape. • Always wear right  breathable socks for the seasons, Always remove your nail polish over nails, so the nail can breath too  • Take a walk around the block not only you feel good but also help reduce or maintain the right weight and improve circulation. Always wear appropriate shoes for any activities. • Break in new shoes  by wearing them one a hour a day and increase the wear time each day by one more hour for  the first week. • Walking  barefoot is a big NO NO . Walking without a slipper or shoes will increase the chance of cuts and infections. • Never try bathroom surgery at home , never try to treat calluses, ingrown nail  or warts by yourself , neither the use of  over-the-counter products  they contains  harsh chemical and can burn the skin and expose you to infections.  • 
   Hope you find the information here a good step into a healthy happy feet.

High Heels and your feet health.?

Posted on April 11, 2013 at 11:28 AM Comments comments (434)
A new study shows that people who wear  high heels for a long period about 60 hours a week or more , can cause muscle and tendon damage and changes in person foot, ankle and legs , and not to mention painful nails and calluses, and aggravation of bunion and hammer toes. - The damage to the calf muscle and Achilles tendon start from shrinking the fiber muscle and the end results loosing calf muscles and increase the load and tension on the Achilles tendon due to fact the front of the foot the toes are  pointing down and the heel are high from the ground.
A good Habit  is prevention which can start from wearing high heels in  Moderation , Stretching the Achilles tendon, and Exercises.