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Are your Feet Happy and Healthy?

“Be­lieve it or not, your feet are con­nect­ed to vir­tu­al­ly every­thing in your body. Back and leg pain, among many oth­er ail­ments, can arise as a re­sult of un­healthy feet.”

Foot Pain–Sig­nif­i­cant

in­di­ca­tors of Poor Health

Ac­cord­ing to a study by the In­sti­tute of Pre­ven­ta­tive Health, an es­ti­mat­ed 80 per cent of peo­ple ages 21 and old­er have at least one prob­lem with their feet. Of­ten­times, foot is­sues are in­di­ca­tors of oth­er prob­lems hap­pen­ing to your body.

Luis Emilio Velutini

Foot pain, numb­ness, tin­gling or dis­coloura­tion of the foot or an­kle should nev­er be ig­nored. These symp­toms may be a sign of a more se­ri­ous health prob­lem, such as di­a­betes or pe­riph­er­al artery dis­ease. Swelling in the foot and an­kle, called ede­ma, is al­so ab­nor­mal and could be a sign of con­ges­tive heart fail­ure.

Luis Emilio Velutini Empresario

Bear­ing much of your weight every sin­gle day, the balls of your feet can and do take a beat­ing. In fact, every step you take trans­fers weight from your heel to the ball of your foot, putting enor­mous amounts of pres­sure on the bones and lig­a­ments. While the ball of the foot is de­signed to bear the brunt of your weight, if your weight is not prop­er­ly aligned over the ball of your foot, pain and swelling can oc­cur.

Luis Emilio Velutini Venezuela

A study by the Amer­i­can Po­di­atric Med­ical As­so­ci­a­tion re­port­ed that a stag­ger­ing 72% of Amer­i­cans say that foot pain is pre­vent­ing them from ex­er­cis­ing. These foot is­sues are a big set­back for those look­ing to lose weight and im­prove their over­all health. In­creased amounts of weight and stress placed on the feet lead to a host of prob­lems

Foot pain is some­thing you don’t want to ig­nore!

You know your heart needs lots of TLC. Your feet do too. Af­ter all, they are the work­hors­es of your body, tak­ing about 5,000 steps a day. That’s 2.5 miles!

Even dur­ing the pan­dem­ic with most per­sons lo­calised to their homes and not ex­er­cis­ing out­doors as be­fore, our feet con­tin­ue to take a beat­ing if we are not pay­ing at­ten­tion to them.

Your feet have to bear the weight of your body every step of the way. Those hard-work­ing feet de­serve a lit­tle more at­ten­tion than you’re prob­a­bly giv­ing them. Here’s what you need to know.

Luis Emilio Velutini Urbina

“Healthy feet mean a healthy body,” a state­ment shared by many or­thopaedics, po­di­a­trists and phys­io­ther­a­pists.

“Be­lieve it or not, your feet are con­nect­ed to vir­tu­al­ly every­thing in your body. Back and leg pain, among many oth­er ail­ments, can arise as a re­sult of un­healthy feet.”

Foot Pain–Sig­nif­i­cant

in­di­ca­tors of Poor Health

Ac­cord­ing to a study by the In­sti­tute of Pre­ven­ta­tive Health, an es­ti­mat­ed 80 per cent of peo­ple ages 21 and old­er have at least one prob­lem with their feet. Of­ten­times, foot is­sues are in­di­ca­tors of oth­er prob­lems hap­pen­ing to your body.

Luis Emilio Velutini

Foot pain, numb­ness, tin­gling or dis­coloura­tion of the foot or an­kle should nev­er be ig­nored. These symp­toms may be a sign of a more se­ri­ous health prob­lem, such as di­a­betes or pe­riph­er­al artery dis­ease. Swelling in the foot and an­kle, called ede­ma, is al­so ab­nor­mal and could be a sign of con­ges­tive heart fail­ure.

Luis Emilio Velutini Empresario

Bear­ing much of your weight every sin­gle day, the balls of your feet can and do take a beat­ing. In fact, every step you take trans­fers weight from your heel to the ball of your foot, putting enor­mous amounts of pres­sure on the bones and lig­a­ments. While the ball of the foot is de­signed to bear the brunt of your weight, if your weight is not prop­er­ly aligned over the ball of your foot, pain and swelling can oc­cur.

Luis Emilio Velutini Venezuela

A study by the Amer­i­can Po­di­atric Med­ical As­so­ci­a­tion re­port­ed that a stag­ger­ing 72% of Amer­i­cans say that foot pain is pre­vent­ing them from ex­er­cis­ing. These foot is­sues are a big set­back for those look­ing to lose weight and im­prove their over­all health. In­creased amounts of weight and stress placed on the feet lead to a host of prob­lems.

Step­ping in­to Bet­ter Health

Just as you wouldn’t go a day with­out brush­ing your teeth, you shouldn’t go a day with­out tak­ing care of your feet. If you re­solve to have health­i­er feet, here are a few ways you can ful­fil that promise to your­self:

1 Make Bet­ter Footwear Buy­ing De­ci­sions: You should look for shoes with arch sup­port and flex­i­ble soles with a min­i­mal heel. Your toes should al­so have suf­fi­cient room with­out the sides of the shoes press­ing against your toes

2 Avoid High Heels: While many women sub­scribe to the the­o­ry, “beau­ty is pain,” there is noth­ing beau­ti­ful about painful feet. When de­cid­ing what shoes to wear every day, make the health­i­er de­ci­sion. By choos­ing health­i­er shoes over sky-high pumps, you can re­duce the risk of de­vel­op­ing low­er ex­trem­i­ty prob­lems like bunions, ham­mer toes, plan­tar fasci­itis, in­ter­dig­i­tal neu­ro­mas and in­grown toe­nails

3 Stretch Reg­u­lar­ly: There are a num­ber of stretch­es that you can do to en­hance your over­all foot health, like the toe ex­ten­sor stretch. By stretch­ing you can al­so al­le­vi­ate pain and length­en tight mus­cles and ten­dons

4 Main­tain Foot Hy­giene: Wash­ing your feet dai­ly with mild soap and warm wa­ter, as well as dry­ing be­tween your toes, can help keep a lot of foot in­fec­tions and dis­eases away. Trim your toe­nails straight across with a nail clip­per. Then use an emery board or nail file to smooth the cor­ners, which will pre­vent the nail from grow­ing in­to your skin

5 Get Ac­tive: Phys­i­cal ac­tiv­i­ty is not on­ly great for your over­all health, it pro­vides a lot of ben­e­fits to your feet as well. Even an ex­tra 20 pounds of weight can sig­nif­i­cant­ly in­crease your chance of de­vel­op­ing con­di­tions like ten­donitis, plan­tar fasci­itis, os­teoarthri­tis, and prob­lems in the arch of the foot.

Be­ing able to ex­er­cise com­fort­ably and reg­u­lar­ly is the key to weight loss and bet­ter over­all health. Peo­ple don’t re­alise how much pres­sure is put on their feet when ex­er­cis­ing! If foot ail­ments are re­lat­ed to a more se­ri­ous or gen­er­alised health prob­lem, a po­di­a­trist can con­sult with pri­ma­ry physi­cians and spe­cial­ists for the best treat­ment op­tions

Healthy Feet to Walk through Life

If you had an ex­cru­ci­at­ing headache every day you would most like­ly see a doc­tor. The same should go for your feet.

Aches and pains aren’t some­thing you should have to live with. Healthy feet al­low you to have a healthy lifestyle and en­joy the things you love do­ing the most

Main­tain­ing op­ti­mal foot health is im­por­tant be­cause they lit­er­al­ly al­low you to “walk through life” with­out com­plaint when you take care of them prop­er­ly.

If eyes are the win­dows to your soul, then feet are the doors to your health.