6 Home Remedies For Pain In Feet After Wearing Heels

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Ice Pack 
While you’re resting your tired dogs, put an ice pack on your heels. Don’t have an ice pack? Wrap ice cubes up in a towel. There is no less expensive way to quickly lessen inflammation and numb soreness. While ice will not cure underlying conditions like Plantar Fasciitis, plantar fascia tears or heel spurs, it can make life a little more bearable each day until your other healing efforts have time to go into effect.

Consider customizing your heels.
Before you slip on your platforms again, think about why they brought you down in the first place. A week spent running around in heels is enough to destroy anyone's feet, but there might be some ways you can prevent it in the future. Consider some cushy insoles, or consult your favorite shoe repairman for a more tailored approach.

Vinegar is extremely helpful when it comes to treating foot pains and swelling. It reduces the inflammation of the foot to a large extent. This is how you can use vinegar to treat foot pain: Take a hot tub of water and pour two spoons of vinegar into it. Add some salt in it and soak your feet for up to twenty minutes.
Alternatively, you can also use vinegar in a different way: Soak a towel in a mixture of hot water and vinegar and wrap it around your foot. Leave it wrapped on your foot for at least 5 minutes and feel the difference.

Wear comfortable flats.
Ready to venture out? Slip into your most comfortable flats, even if they don't quite make the outfit. Although, lucky for you, Birkenstocks are in, and make fantastic post-NYFW footwear. (The key is to choose shoes that have as little contact with your skin as possible.)

Epsom Salt
Heat and Epsom salt are an amazing combination. To cure that nagging pain in your foot, take some Epsom salt in hot water and soak your feet in the water for at least 20 minutes. Wash your feet well and see the difference. Epsom salt can also dry up your skin to a large extent. Once you are done with the hot water bath, make sure you moisturize your skin well.

Clove Oil
Clove oil is extremely fragrant and can be used to heal not only foot pain, but also headaches and other body aches. Clove oil when used correctly can also boost blood circulation.
Get a spa treatment or foot massage.
Take the "medical" excuse to pamper yourself, and visit a spa that offers foot treatments. A skilled masseuse will know how to target deep muscles, getting to the very core of any remaining pain.
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