Sunday, 8 May 2016

Health care tips of "Foot"


    1.  Wash your feet on a daily in lukewarm soapy water. After, rinse them with cool water, dry with a towel and apply foot cream.

    2. Put lotion or foot cream as a part of your routine. Another way to achieve soft, moisturized feet is to rub on same lotion or petroleum jelly before bed.


    3. Alternate the shoes you wear each day. That means having two pairs of your favorite everyday style, but shoes need time to air out to avoid triggering foot odor or infections.

     4. To prevent aliments, make a point to regularly trim your toenails. Not to make the nail too short cause of discomfort.

     5. Before going to bed, wash your feet thoroughly, dry them with a towel and apply moisturizer generously, especially at the heels.

    6. Whenever you are applying moisturizer or cream on your feet, avoid the area between the toes.

    7.  If you shower in a locker room or another public place, take precautions foot fungus is arises. Showers are typically damp environments that can harbor fungus and bacteria.

     8.  Tight shoes can avoid, distort toe shape and cause painful foot growths. If you wear high heels, choose heels that are wide, stable and no higher than two inches. 

     9. The best time to buy shoes is later in the day, when the feet are a bit swollen. The shoes that feel comfortable at that time will surely be comfort at all times of the day. 

     10. Pregnant women need shoes with broad heels, arch support and good shock absorbency. Added pregnancy weight may cause your shoe size to change, so get your feet measured.

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