Heel pain is most commonly caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that causes piercing and sharp pain in your heel or the bottom of your foot when you stand or walk.
Plantar fasciitis, sometimes called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present, is a painful inflammation of the plantar fascia, which stretches out from the heel of one’s foot to the toes. This condition is one of the most common reasons for the occurrence of pain in the feet.
The plantar fasciitis usually causes quite piercing and sharp pain, especially while one is making their very first few steps in the morning. Afterwards, the pain decreases but it can become worse if one stands for a longer period of time.
- The simplest way to eliminate the pain is to regularly and lightly tap your footagainst the floorseveral times. By doing this, you’ll improve your blood circulation and your calcium metabolism. You can also gently rub your foot on the carpet, which mechanically contributes to the increase of blood circulation and the soothing of heel pain.
- Shred a black radish and place it in a cotton sock. Put the sock on and leave it to work overnight. The next morning, wash your foot with warm water. After 3 nights’ treatment, you’ll notice significant improvement.
- Shred a carrot, finely, and place it onto a piece of cellophane. Apply this as a compress to your foot and fix it with a bandage. Leave it overnight. You’ll experience a slight prickling sensation, but this means that it’s working and therefore you need to endure it. After several such compresses, you’ll finally get rid of plantar fasciitis.
- You can also get rid of heel pain, plantar fasciitis, if you wrap your foot with aluminum foil. Wrap your foot with aluminum foil and put a cotton sock on. This treatment should last from 1- 1 ½ months.
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