How to Take Care of Your Feet

When your feet hurt, it is not a good feeling. Foot pain is serious. I recall many times taking my heels off in the choir stand just to get relief from my hurting feet. Oh what a relief it was to take the heels off, even if it was only for a moment. I was not the only one, because sometimes when the pastor asked us to go into the audience many choir members were scrambling to get back into their heels.

Do you recall how good it feels to soak your tired feet in warm water. That is one of the best feelings. TLC (tloving care) is something that your feet will thrive on.

Comfortable Shoes

Did you know that shoes that fit too tightly can cause corns or ingrown toenails? In addition, some shoes are bad for your feet even though they fit properly. Although I see many wearing stiletto’s I could not imagine wearing them, because they are so high. I recall buying a pair of heels without trying them on. They were my normal size. When I got home and tried them they were too big. Needless to say I was upset, because I liked the style of shoe. I even tried to wear them around the house and they kept falling off my feet. I finally decided to take them back and prayed they had another pair that would fit. Thank goodness they did, so I just exchanged them. The right fit felt so much better.

Pumice Stone

After you have soaked your feet in water for about 10 to 15 minutes a pumice stone can be used to remove the dry skin from your feet. It will also help to smooth out those rough edges on your feet. I have found when I keep my feet moisturized regularly I do not need to use a pumice stone personally. I also find that the Skin So Soft Gel body oil provides lots of moisture to my feet and it smells good too.

Wearing Flip Flops

Did you know that when using a public shower like the gym you should wear flip-flops or shower shoes? Doing this can protect your feet from possible foot fungus such as athlete’s foot and nail fungus. Remember according to Savannah Physician, take care of your feet and they will take care of you.

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