For general foot health, though, there are some things you can regularly do to maintain healthy feet.
For most, dry skin is not a severe problem. Most can be handled with home treatments.
While your toenails are small parts of the body, they are susceptible to 3 common problems that can be embarrassing.
For whatever reason (genetics, metabolic disorders, kidney or thyroid problems, and even certain medications), your body is having trouble eliminating uric acid properly. The buildup is causing painful arthritic attacks on the joints in your feet, ankles, and even knees.
The following diabetic self-exam tips can help you prevent diabetes-related complications for your feet like ulcers, nerve damage, and blood vessel damage.
If your feet feel tingly and numb, chances are, it’s because you have some form of peripheral neuropathy. There are many causes for peripheral neuropathy in the feet.
For those who are prone to swelling for one reason or the other (including diabetes, chronic venous insufficiency, spider veins, deep vein thrombosis, lymphedema, and pregnancy), compression socks and sleeves are helpful for preventing and reducing the risk of severe edema (or swelling).