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5 Home Remedies For Plantar Fasciitis

5 Home Remedies For Plantar Fasciitis

Do you often feel a pain or some stiffness just in the bottom of your foot or heel? You might be suffering from plantar fasciitis, which causes a dull or at times sharp discomfort and inflammation in the thick tissue of feet. This is not a serious condition and can be treated at home, if the situation is not unbearable. Here are some ways to treat plantar fasciitis at home.

Here Are 5 Home Remedies For Plantar Fasciitis

Use Cold Compress

Pour in some ice cubes in a cloth and place this just under the painful area. Try to compress as long as you can with ice. It will help in offering relief.

Use Cold Compress

Soak In Mustard Seeds Water

You need some fresh mustard seeds and grind them to fine powder. Add them in a tub of small tub or in a bucket of warm water. You can allow your feet to soak in this water for at least 15 minutes. It will help in improving blood circulation, reduce swelling and pain.

Soak In Mustard Seeds Water

Stretching Or Moving Your Feet

Stretching helps in reducing the pain and removing the dullness. You need to prop up your toes against any wall. Ensure that you maintain an arch and also heel flat. This will ensure that your toes stretch. Hold on to this position for at least 10 seconds. Do this 10 times at a stretch and 4 times in a day to get rid of the problem.

Stretching Or Moving Your Feet

Cold Massage

An ice cold massage is also really effective. You can freeze any golf ball and roll it till very cold, just in the painful region. You can start this massage from the front area and then move away slowly to the back. Remember you need to put some good pressure on the affected area – try pressing or massaging in every position ( center, laterial or medial). You can roll the cold ball upwards and downwarns across your foot to massage it well. It will give you relief.

Cold Massage

Vinegar Dip

Vinegar is known to be quite effective in treating a number of conditions and in reducing inflammation. You can fill a tub with warm water and add two table spoons of vinegar. Mix it well. Add Epsom salt or sea salt in the water. Allow your feet to remain soaked in the water for at least 20 minutes in a day. This will offer relief from the dull sensation and pain in the feet.

Vinegar Dip