Drug-Free Feet and Toes Pain Relief!
Remember that horrible feeling when first stepping out of bed this morning? Argh!!! That sharp, breathtaking pain that radiated all the way to the center of your brain?
How fun would it be to not re-live that experience each morning? Could there be a solution other than pills? Yes! A new breakthrough technology can now eliminate this morning ritual.
Simply place the PainRelief.io patch alongside your ankle and feel the pain in your feet fade in minutes.
A story about Feet and the trouble they get into
Your feet carry you from here to there every day. You may not think much about them until they hurt. And when they do, you want relief. Most people have simply accepted foot pain as a part of their lives, discomfort is usually a sign that something isn't right. The following will help you identify the problem.
Foot pain often stems from one of the following issues:
Trauma – Injuries can come on suddenly like an ankle sprain, foot fracture or an Achilles tendon rupture. Sometimes trauma from an injury along with normal wear and tear throughout our lives can lead to chronic conditions like tendonitis.
Diabetes – High blood sugar levels can cause nerve damage throughout the body, but most often in the feet and legs. High blood sugar can also lead to foot ulcers.
Bad-fitting shoes – Footwear choices (choosing style over comfort) can have a big impact on our feet, depending on how they fit and distribute pressure.
Viruses, fungus, bacteria or infections – Warts, athlete’s foot and fungal nail infections are all examples of infectious diseases that can lead to foot pain.
Deformities – The way we walk, our posture, the type of shoes we wear and our genes can lead to foot deformities such as bunions, hammertoes, claw toes and bone spurs.
Arthritis – Our feet and ankle joints are prone to developing arthritis. Arthritis can lead to daily pain for some, and be related to old injuries, bone spurs, normal wear and tear, and more.
Here are some of the more common feet and toe conditions you may be experiencing:
Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia. The Plantar Fascia is a ligament that connects your heel bone to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot. If you strain your Plantar Fascia, it gets weak, swollen, and inflamed. The heel or the bottom of your foot hurts when you stand or walk. Plantar Fasciitis affects people who are on their feet a good portion of the day.
If you experience a sharp pain in the bottom of the heel when you stand up from a sitting position, As the foot and calf muscles loosen up, the pain may lessen. Plantar Fasciitis can be caused by frequent wearing of flip flops, wearing shoes that are too tight, or shoes that no longer have good arch support. Placing the nCAP patch on your ankle will reduce the inflammation if you use it while sleeping.
Extreme burning pain on the ball of the foot and base of toes could possibly be Morton’s Neuroma. This condition is caused by the thickening of the nerves that run between your toes. It can result from your toes being frequently squeezed together for too long causing a sharp pain or burning sensation, when you put weight on your foot, it can feel like there’s a small object underneath it. It can also cause the reverse effect of numbness in your toes.
Morton’s neuroma is mainly in the third and fourth toes. Avoiding tight, high-heeled or pointed shoes is usually the first treatment step. In addition to reducing inflammation to bring down the swelling. When you place the PainRelief.io patch on the top of your foot the pain will begin to fade along with the swelling, continuing to use the patch overnight to reduce the inflammation.
Metatarsalgia (stone bruise), is an inflammation in the ball of your foot that usually develops gradually. This condition can be especially common for those who participate in intense or high-impact sports or activities that require running, jumping or walking on uneven rocky ground. The pain can worsen when going barefoot and ease off when you rest. Sufferers may feel a burning, aching or sharp pain in the bottom of their foot and can radiate to the toes. Others may feel a numbness in their toes. Treating the condition with ice and inflammation reducers can help. The PainRelief.io patch can help reduce the pain, swelling and inflammation.
Fallen arches, or flat feet, happen when the arches of the feet flatten out (often when standing or walking), causing foot pain and other problems.
Neuropathy, or nerve damage in the feet, is most often caused by Diabetes. The pain can be burning, stinging, or feel like electricity. It can happen anywhere in the feet.
Tendinitis is inflammation and irritation of tendons, the bands attaching muscles to bones. Tendons run along all the surfaces of the foot and can cause foot pain in many different locations.
If you have foot pain at night, you may have a different problem, such as arthritis, or a nerve problem such as Tarsal Tunnel syndrome.
For older people, episodes of foot pain and stiffness can be Osteoarthritis. The condition can cause wear and tear in the tissues and joints of the heel and big toe. A less common diagnosis is Rheumatoid Arthritis. The pain in your feet occurs from inflamed joint tissues due to your immune system attacking joints.
Muscle cramps in your leg can cause you to walk incorrectly causing foot pain.
What about Our Toes?
A painful big toe is a sign that you have Gout which is arthritis specifically affecting the joint in the big toe. It occurs from eating too much steak, wine, or any food that is high in purine. Other foods to not overindulge in include fish and some kinds of alcohol. An attack of Gout occurs when uric acid levels rise. Gout is extremely painful!
A Hammer Toe is when your second, third, or fourth toe bends at the middle joint, creating a hammer-like appearance. Hammertoes are most common in second toes, and often appear alongside a bunion. You may have a hard time fitting your feet comfortably into shoes, you may also develop corns where it rubs against other toes or your shoes. Reducing the pain is the first step in treating your hammer toe. The PainRelief.io patch can do this quickly.
Claw Toe is when your toe points down or up and is unable to straighten. It's often the result of nerve damage from diseases like diabetes or alcoholism, which weakens the muscles in your foot. Without special footwear to accommodate the claw toe, you may develop irritation and calluses.
A toe sprain may happen when you jam or stub your toe, damaging the tendon or soft tissues of the toe. If you don't have a fracture, the pain and swelling should go away within days.
A toe fracture, or broken bone, can happen in any of the bones of the toes. Minor fractures may only require rest, ice, and pain relievers. Serious fractures may need surgery. Go to a doctor to be sure.
Hallux Rigidus a stiff big toe, is a type of arthritis at the base of the big toe. Symptoms are pain and stiffness of the joint that worsens over time.
Corns and Calluses. Corns are thick buildups of tough skin on a point of irritation or pressure on the foot or toe. They sometimes look like horns. Calluses are wider areas of tough skin buildup on the toes or feet. They are a result of irritation or pressure. Calluses and Corns are generally caused by poor-fitting footwear.
All of these conditions can be helped with the PainRelief.io patch!
The Patch is Simple to Use!
As soon as you place the patch near the pain, the PainRelief.io patch goes to work reducing the pain. Many people feel their pain dimming – and even disappearing – within minutes! Any swelling and inflammation will begin to decrease over the next few hours as you continue to use it.
The PainRelief.io patch is completely non-invasive. It even works right through your clothes!
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