plantar fasciitis

Get Rid of Plantar Fascia/ Fasciitis Naturally

One of the most common causes of foot pain, plantar fascia or plantar fasciitis is most pronounced in the morning and gives a sensation of pain and inflammation. It will lessen throughout the day as you’re on your feet, but the moment you’re off them again and your muscles begin to relax you’re sure to start feeling it again. It is caused by irritation to the plantar fascia, a ligament that wraps from the heel to the toes and is most common in the middle-aged, the elderly, and the overweight or those who are on their feet often.


How do I know if I have plantar fascia?

  • Develops gradually
  • May just affect one foot
  • Pain in the feet is most intense after awakening
  • Stabbing sensation in the heel
  • Most likely greater after running or physical activity
  • Aching and burning in the bottom of the foot.


How can I prevent plantar fasciitis?

  • Be sure you stretch your feet at the start of every day, and stretch them again at the end of the night.
  • Wear insoles in your shoes that help you keep your feet straight when walking and provide proper support.
  • Never go barefoot!
  • Maintain a healthy weight so that you don’t put extra strain on your feet.


How can I treat Plantar Fascia?

  • Stretch and stretch all throughout the day to keep the muscles limber.
  • After stretching, ice the muscle by rolling the foot over a frozen water bottle.
  • Massage the fascia plantar with a frozen golf ball; do the front, middle and back spending at least 15 seconds in each area before moving on.
  • Get a massage. Your muscles affect all your other muscles. Even tense shoulders will affect your feet.
  • Get insoles that lift your arch.
  • Stay off your feet and elevate them when the pain is severe.
  • Cut down on traveling distances until the pain lessens.
  • Stick to low-impact sports like swimming.
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