- A blister is skin that has formed a raised bubble and is filled with fluid. Blisters can form anywhere on the skin in response to shoe rubbing or irritation.
- The blisters are more likely to form in the back of the heel and sides of the foot. Often, the blisters are accompanied by discomfort or pain when they rub against shoes.
- The most frequent cause of blisters is friction or pressure. Wearing shoes without socks, or wearing shoes too tight can lead to blistering. You can submit a blister on plants and toes if you are doing work that causes friction.
- Wear properly sized and fitting shoes
- Wear shoes specifically designed for your activities
- Wear hosiery or socks, especially with new shoes or shoes that have seams or rough areas that could cause rubbing
- The metatarsal is the part of the foot between the arch and toes. As you walk, your weight is transferred from the heel to the ball of your foot. If your body weight is not properly aligned on the sole, can suffer pain and swelling.
- You can have it if you experience pain in the ball of the foot area. Often painful corns can also occur in the underlying skin.
As we age, usually lose the layer of fat in this area of the foot, causing abnormal pressure and blows to the area. People with abnormally high arches or overweight people may also experience this type of pain.
- Besides the possible reduced fat, pain in the ball of the foot can be caused by abnormalities in the feet, arthritis, certain ill-fitting shoes, wear high heels too often, or any abnormal pressure on the ball of the foot. Other foot problems such as hammer toes, can also cause incorrect pressure distribution.
- Use insoles designed to lift and separate the long bones of the arc, pressure transferring metatarsus of the foot.
- Limit how often you wear high heels, as they can cause abnormal weight shifting to the toes
- Wear shoes when exercising adequate to distribute the weight evenly along their feet
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Arch Pain is common in people with a common problem known as structural flatfoot. This pain can also occur in people with fallen arches (a fallen arch is what has collapsed due to the weight of the person).
Flat feet can lead to extreme stress or inflammation of the plantar fascia, which can cause severe discomfort and foot problems leading to other. Without properly supported arches, the simple movement can pull your body out of alignment and cause stress, tension and fatigue of the lower part of his body.
- You may have a condition in the bow if you feel pain in the arch and / or fatigue in the arch, heel, knee, leg or lower back.
- Flat feet are often hereditary. Arch pain can also be caused by wearing shoes with inadequate support, stand or walk for long periods of time in high heels, or overuse of the foot during work or sport. Excess weight also puts additional pressure on the feet, especially the arches.
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Use orthotics to support the arches
- Limit use of high heels
- Wear proper shoes, especially when exercising to properly distribute the weight on your feet