Common Foot Problems In The Summer

Foot problems are common during the summer months. This is due to numerous reasons, but mainly because people are generally more active in the summer while tending to wear less supportive shoes. However, they are not inevitable, as there are some basic steps that can be taken for prevention.

Food poisoning can happen when you eat food or drink that are contaminated due to poor sanitation or preparation. There's also a risk if there are pesticides on fruit and veg, or food is stored at the wrong temperature.

But apart from poor hygiene, there are still possible causes of the same problem which are not related to an individual's self-care. Perhaps he got the problem from a friend or family member, or perhaps there are some circumstances when the problem just comes to you when you think it could be impossible.

It is very rare for children to experience heel pain, but if among all the available foot problems (toe nail fungus, athlete's foot, plantar warts, etc) this one occurs, you should know that it is caused by what is known as Calcaneal Apophysitis.

Foot problems are common during the summer months as people are generally more active, and tend to wear less supportive shoes. In order to avoid these common problems, some basic steps can be taken to protect the feet from injury and skin disease.

The sole of the sandal should be rigid and not flex in the middle. If you can take your sandal and fold it in half, then it is too flexible and it will not offer enough support.

Sensory is the most common and its symptoms are such that even gently pulling on your socks or just touching your feet can cause excruciating pain. Sensory neuropathy also can give you stabbing pain, burning, tingling and numbness.

Apply a thick layer of antibiotic ointment, like triple antibiotic ointment or bacitracin, to the skin and cover it up with a band-aid. this will accomplish two goals. The first is to keep out debris and small particles that may harbor bacteria (which the ointment may kill as well).

Treatment is both external and internal. Externally, on the nail itself use some Citricidal (Grapefruit Seed Extract). This is very gloopy and a drop over the affected area will work its way down the side of the nail and into the nail bed. Although only one nail is affected initially it can quickly spread to other nails and to both feet.

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