We often don’t pay enough attention to the first signs of a bunion, although we really should: it’s only at the initial stages of this condition that we can still prevent bursitis, an inflammatory process associated with sharp pain.
In this text, WeGoRo will tell you how to prevent bunions on your feet and avoid potential surgery.
So, first of all, you should quit wearing high-heeled and narrow-toed shoes. Then, stop eating foods that increase the risk of joint inflammation, such as fatty and spicy foods, sweets, pastries, and legumes.
Massage will help relax and strengthen the feet muscles, as well as help them keep the right shape. You can even do it at home.
There’s a set of simple but effective exercises you can easily do at home, spending no more than 10 minutes a day.
Put some small objects, like pencils or pebbles, and a towel or a piece of cloth on the floor. Try to pick them up with your toes.
Regular foot soaks will help lift tiredness, reduce sweatiness, and eradicate harmful bacteria.
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