Exercise and Foot Cramps

Exercise is an important component in keeping your body healthy. It’s not uncommon, however, to get foot cramps while we exercise—especially barefooted. Typically this is normal and stems from overuse and underdeveloped muscles in the foot. To help prevent foot...
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Summer Footcare Tips

Our feet tend to be at their most vulnerable state during the summer months, when we use them the most. It is essential that you take care of your feet, so that you are free to be able to enjoy your summer activities without experiencing any pain. One of the most...
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The Effects of Polyneuropathy

Polyneuropathy is a disease that affects the peripheral nerves of the body, and it is most commonly caused by diabetes. Diabetes causes blood sugar levels to become elevated, which can lead to a decrease in the amount of blood flow that gets to the nerves. As a...
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How to Prevent Ankle Sprains

When a joint in the ankle is forced beyond its natural range, the ligaments within it become stretched too far, resulting in an ankle sprain. Ankle sprains can be painful, and those who have them may experience stiffness and swelling. Fortunately, there are ways that...
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How To Treat Your Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, occurs when the body produces more sweat than what is necessary in order to regulate body temperature. Approximately 7 million Americans suffer from the condition, and many who have it don’t realize they do; it is very common for...
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