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Does anyone in your circle suffer from swollen
feet? Swollen feet is not a problem itself but it
can leads you to some very serious issues. One of the main reasons for swollen feet is
edema. In edema you fall into swollen feet when fluid
build-up in the tissue. As swelling get deeper, it gets more uncomfortable
and it may become hard to walk. You may also feel pain, inflammation and feet
color changes to red. Consult your doctor if this pain is unbearable. Some reasons for swollen feet are,
Overweight, standing or sitting for long periods of time, aging, pregnancy, premenstrual syndrome,
lack of physical exercise and poor blood circulation. Beside medical treatment here are some home
remedies for curing swollen feet, 1. Lemon. Drinking lemon water helps flush out excess
fluid and toxins from your body, This flushing out can reduce swelling in the
feet and other areas of the body that is usually caused by water retention. In addition, it helps keep the body hydrated
and provides anti-inflammatory benefits. How to do it:
Mix 2 tablespoons of lemon juice in a cup of warm water. Sweeten it with a little raw honey. Drink this lemon water a few times daily until
you feel improvement. 2. Epsom salt. Epsom salt works fast to reduce swelling and
can help alleviate pain and discomfort. The magnesium sulfate in epsom salt is easily
absorbed through the skin and helps improve circulation and reduce swelling. It is also relaxing for sore, tired muscles
and even helps neutralize foot odor. How to do it ?
Mix � cup of epsom salt in a foot tub filled with warm water. Soak your swollen feet in it for 10 to 15
minutes. Repeat up to 3 times a week. 3. Ginger. Ginger is a natural diuretic that helps treat
swollen feet. It helps dilute sodium, a major contributing
factor behind swelling. In addition, its anti-inflammatory property
helps reduce swelling. How to do it ?
Massage your swollen feet with ginger oil when massaging a few times daily. You can also drink 2 to 3 cups of ginger tea
or chew some raw ginger slices. 4. Dandelion. The diuretic property of dandelion helps the
body metabolize extra fluids, making it a great remedy for swollen feet. According to a 2009 study published in the
journal of alternative and complementary medicine, Dandelion Has A Diuretic Effect That Helps
Treat Water Retention. It also helps regulate the sodium level in
the body. How to do it ?
Mix 1 teaspoon of fresh or dried dandelion leaves in a cup of hot water. Cover, steep for 5 minutes and strain it. Drink this herbal tea 2 or 3 times a day. You can also take dandelion tincture or supplements,
but only after consulting a doctor. 5. Contrast hydrotherapy. This type of hydrotherapy, which includes
both cold and warm water, is highly effective for reducing swelling in your feet. While the warm water helps improve circulation,
cold water helps reduce swelling and inflammation. Fill 2 foot tubs� one with cold water and
the other with warm water. Soak your feet in the warm water for about
3 to 4 minutes. Immediately put your feet in the cold water
for about 1 minute. Continue alternating for 15 to 20 minutes. Repeat a few times daily until you get relief. 6. Coriander seeds. Coriander seeds are a popular ayurvedic treatment
for swollen feet. The anti-inflammatory property of these seeds
helps reduce swelling as well as improve circulation. How to do it ?
Add 2 to 3 teaspoons of coriander seeds to 1 cup of water. Boil it until the quantity reduces by half. Strain the solution, let it cool slightly
and drink it. Repeat 2 times a day until you get relief. 7. Magnesium. Magnesium deficiency in the body can also
contribute to swelling in the feet due to edema. Eat foods rich in magnesium to help fight
this problem. Eat magnesium-rich foods like dark leafy greens,
nuts, seeds, fish, soybeans, avocado, bananas and dark chocolate. You can also take magnesium supplements, but
only after consulting your doctor. Note: People With Heart Or Kidney Disease
Should Avoid Taking Magnesium Supplements. 8. Massage. A foot massage is one of the best remedies
for swollen feet. It creates pressure on the affected area that
helps relax sore muscles and improve circulation. It also encourages excess fluid drainage to
reduce swelling. How to do it ?
Rub some warm mustard oil or olive oil on the affected area. Gently massage the area for 5 minutes in an
upward direction, rather than downward. Avoid applying too much pressure. Do this several times a day. It is most effective to massage your feet
during or after taking a bath. Note: If The Swelling In Your Feet Is Due
To Pregnancy, See A Therapist Who Specializes In Prenatal Massage. If you like the video, give it a thumbs up
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