Talking About Pregnancy And Foot Health

I try to find out what going on pregnancy, and I found like that. Pregnancy can trigger aches and pains all over your body, from your head to your toes. Ow...[help me]. So, what you have to do if this happen to you? You know, there is no instant medicine for you to avoid this process, but don't worry. The American Podiatric Medical Association offers some suggestions to help ease the burden on your feet while you're pregnant, and I hope, this is will help you while you are in this situation:

  • Prop up your feet whenever you can. But avoid sitting with your legs or ankles crossed, which could impair circulation.
  • When sitting for a long time, stretch your legs often.
  • Wear comfortable, supportive shoes that fit well. Your shoe size may change during pregnancy.
  • If you have flat feet, buy a pair of running shoes for everyday walking or exercise, as they offer superior shock absorption.
  • Skip the high heels; low heels are fine.
  • When you feel a leg cramp, walk the cramp out. To help prevent leg cramps, exercise the muscles by gently rotating your ankles to the left and right.