Your feet are one of the most important parts of your body. They get you where you want to go, keep you healthy by making you move around, and give you the freedom to go wherever you want.

But it's easy to forget about your feet until something goes wrong or you get hurt.

Everyone needs to take care of their feet. Most of us don't give our feet much thought, but if you want to keep your whole body healthy, you need to take care of your feet. 

People with diabetes, athletes, and people who sell foot pictures need to take even more care of their feet.

Have a look at the following tips that could help you look after your feet.

Wash Your Feet Every Day & Wear Socks That Are Clean & Dry

Every day, wash your feet in tepid water. Try not to use either hot or cold water. Water that is too hot or too cold can irritate your skin.

This is especially true for people with diabetes, whose skin is less sensitive. Use a soft sponge or washcloth and mild soap. Then, give your feet a good rinse and let them dry completely before putting on socks and shoes.

Always Check Your Feet

Check your feet for blisters, redness, small cuts, or cracks in the skin. Use a magnifying hand mirror if you can't see the bottoms of your feet. 

You should talk to a doctor or physical therapist if you have any issues. If your feet hurt, you should never ignore them. 

Carefully & Often Cut Your Nails

Trim your nails, but don't cut them too short. When nails are cut too short, they can grow back into the skin and cause pain or an infection. It is best to cut your nails straight across and then file the edges carefully. 

A podiatrist can help you if you can't cut your own nails. If you go to a nail salon, make sure they don't cut your toenails too short or hurt your skin when they file them.

Wear Shoes That Fit You Properly 

If your shoes don't fit right, you might get blisters, which can get infected or cause other problems. Make sure the shoes you choose won't hurt your feet. Wear shoes that give your feet and ankles the support they need to keep you safe while walking.

A physical therapist can help you make sure your shoes fit right for everyday use or for sports. They can also suggest shoes or shoe inserts (orthotics) that will give you the right support.

Look After Your Feet at Night Time 

Every night, moisturize to keep your skin soft and healthy. This can help stop your skin from itching or breaking. Don't put the lotion in the space between your toes.

These tips should help you look after your feet and make sure you know how to deal with any issues


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