Does Your Heel Hurt In The Morning Or Whenever You Stand Up? Here Is What You Need To Know!


Pain in the foot is primarily caused by inflamed ligaments at the bottom of the foot that connects the heel bone to our toes. 



This is what we call plantar fasciitis. Weight gain and repetition of movement contribute to the foot condition. Those most likely to suffer from it is pregnant women, active individuals on their feet all day and athletes. You can prevent and treat this condition by completing stretching exercises that will provide you with satisfying relief. 




These exercises below are best in pain relief from plantar fasciitis: 

1. Cross one leg over the other. Pull the heel upward on the big toe and hold it like that for 15 seconds. Repeat 3 times and then perform the same stretch with the other foot.

2. Take a towel, fold it and put it under the foot arch. Pull the heel upward and stretch the foot for 15-30 seconds. Repeat this 3 times with each foot.

3. Take any cylindrical object such as a water bottle and put it under the foot. Roll the foot over it for about a minute then repeat with the other one.

Above, these exercises help to prevent the foot condition and muscle pain associated with causing plantar fasciitis. Other ways to prevent it are: 

Warm up

Before considering a strenuous workout or fast movements, stretch your tendons and muscles to ensure protection and strength of them.

Regular exercise

Being in a healthy weight and in an exercise routine will help to improve joint and muscle functions. When you are exercising, your muscles and joints stretch, and that helps to alleviate the tightening of ligaments in the foot. 

Proper foot support

It is imperative that you have the right shoes on to keep them supported properly. You can prevent excessive pressure on the heels and feet by not walking barefoot or in high heels. 

Maintain healthy body weight

Keeping your bodyweight in balance is what will help you avoid having pain in the feet. 

Rest

It is essential that you rest your feet and aren’t on them 24/7 as excessive pressure and movement can cause foot issues. If you suspect that you have plantar fasciitis, then it would be advised you seek consult with your doctor about lifestyle and dietary changes.





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