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Relieve your aching feet

The video below demonstrates how you can come home and relieve your aching feet. This video also shows you how you can sit in your office and ease the tension in your feet.


Other tips on how to soothe your aching feet

  • Fix the fit of your shoes. As you get older, your feet may get longer and wider.
  • Control pain. Most foot pain is caused by inflammation. To fight inflammation, so use anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) or naproxen (Aleve).
  • Relieve pressure with in-the-shoe devices called orthotics, including arch supporters, insoles, and adhesive pads.
  • Watch your weight because extra pounds mean extra strain—and pain.

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