Caring For Wounds On Your Feet: What You Need To Know

Foot wounds can be painful, and if not taken care of properly, they can worsen quickly or become infected. An infection in the foot on a healthy individual is a problem, but can be terrible if the individual is diabetic. If you have a wound on your foot it should be handled properly. Read on for foot wound care tips. Keep Your Feet Dry Feet should be kept dry whether there is a wound or not, but especially if there is a wound on the foot. [Read More]

How To Avoid And Treat Stress Fractures When Taking Up Running

Beginning an exercise program is important for your health, but it's a good practice to start gradually and build up the intensity as your body adjusts. For instance, if you take up running, you should start with short distances and gradually add more time to your runs. Doing this helps you avoid problems with your feet such as stress fractures. Here are some more tips for avoiding and treating stress fractures in your feet. [Read More]

Possible Solutions For Your Stinky Feet

If people clear out of the room when you take off your shoes, you're probably embarrassed about your foot odor. Foot odor is a serious problem for some people, and it seems like no matter what you do, the problem won't go away. If your case is severe, then seeing a foot doctor for medical treatments might be necessary. Here are a few tips for dealing with smelly feet. Keep Your Feet Dry [Read More]

Tips For Healing An Ingrown Toenail

Ingrown toenails are painful and can be embarrassing. If you are not a fan of using traditional medical treatment and would prefer a more natural solution to this problem then there are some easy and simple ones that you can try at home. Warm Soapy Water Soak your feet in some warm soapy water that contains Epsom salt for at least twenty minutes, this helps to soften the skin around the nail and helps the nail to grow out faster. [Read More]