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A Doctor Reveals 8 Main Reasons You Have Swollen Feet, Ankles, and Legs...and How to Fix Naturally.

—Have you ever looked down at your ankles and feet, hardly recognizing them as your own because they are so swollen?


Whether from standing or sitting for hours in an office chair on a daily basis, travel, running, surgery or pregnancy, millions of people suffer from this condition on a daily basis.


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Thankfully foot experts have discovered a drug-free, all-natural solution that heals foot pain. And you can do it right at home in less than 20 minutes a day.

The Doctor’s Secret to

Pain-free Feet

According to Britt H. Tonnessen, MD, a Yale Medicine vascular surgeon. there are probably 50 different things that can cause feet, ankles, and legs to swell. A little swollen feet after a long day of work are, in fact, nothing that unusual.


The problem begins when the swelling gets worse and is accompanied by shortness of breath, chest pain, or pressure in the chest or abdomen. Then i’is a sign that you should see a doctor as it could be an outward sign of heart, kidney, or liver disease.


Fortunately, in most cases swelling can easily be alleviated from the comfort of your home and it’s not necessarily related to some serious condition.


Here are some of the most common reasons for foot swelling.. But before you can choose the best pain-relief method for you, it’s important to identify WHY you have foot pain. And this can vary for everyone.


That’s why below you’ll learn about the most common reasons for foot pain plus how you can deal with it without shelling out for expensive foot massages.

#8 - There may be a blood clot

Sudden swelling of the leg (particularly when it’s just one leg) can be a sign of a blood clot deep in the tissue. This condition is called deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and can happen at any age. This condition is diagnosed by an ultrasound, and must be treated immediately with blood-thinning medications to prevent the blood clot from traveling to the brain, heart, or lungs. According to Dr. Tonnessen typically happens after someone has been laid up after an injury or hospitalization, or after a long car ride or airplane flight.

#7 - You’re consuming too much salt

Who doesn’t love salty snacks or an extra shake of salt on their fries? The problem with salt is that it contains sodium which can cause your body to retain water which can lead to puffiness and swelling. Best advice is examine the labels and do your best to limit the soda intake. As per doctor Dr. Tonnesse, you shouldn’t consume more than 2,000 to 2,400 milligrams per day,” says Dr. Tonnessen. Some of the most sodium-rich items include diet soda, canned soups, and microwave dinners.

#6 - You’ve injured your foot.

While fluid retention and vascular conditions are the most common causes of swelling, a fracture or tendinitis that cause inflammation may be another reason. How to tell the difference? You feel it! Injuries obviously come with a lot of pain. Extra blood and fluid is helping your foot heal, so it’s better to stay off your foot and take anti-inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen to alleviate the pain and swelling. A good, at-home massage session could also be very helpful. Reaching deep tissues through massage aims to decrease effects of injury by improving recovery and decreasing muscle tightness and tension.

#5 - A baby is coming soon

During pregnancy, your body retains more fluids and that’s fine! A bit of exercising and staying hydrated should bring the swelling down. A growing belly also puts more pressure on your pelvic floor. This leads to increased pressure on the blood vessels in your legs. Another interesting fact is that due to a “pregnancy hormone” called relaxin, your pelvis enlarges to facilitate the delivery of a baby. Unfortunately, this can also loosen up ligaments in your feet.


If swelling, however, goes together with headaches, nausea, or blurred vision (which could be a sign of preeclampsia, a potentially dangerous condition that needs to be treated immediately), consult your doctor as soon as possible.

#4 - Rare PMS Side-effect

Feel irritated and crampy may not be the only side effect of “that time of the month”. The hormonal changes from your menstrual cycle can cause you to retain fluids a week or so before your period, which can lead to swollen hands and feet. Again, if you exercise, stay hydrated, and reduce sodium—you should be fine in a matter of days.

#3 - You’re carrying around extra pounds

If you’ve recently put on weight, you may notice your feet are getting larger, too. If your lifestyle is mainly sedentary, that extra weight in your belly sits right on the groin area.

According to dr. Tonnessen, that can disrupt the lymphatic flow that drains fluid from your legs.

Solution? Even losing just 10 or 20 pounds can make a big difference.

#2 - Your meds can be to blame

Got a new prescription from a doctor? Meds that can potentially cause you to retain water, causing swelling include: oral contraceptives, steroids, calcium channel blockers (a type of blood pressure medication), some antidepressants (including tricyclics and MAO inhibitors), and diabetes medications. If you presume that’s the case, talk to your doctor but please consider as well that if the drug does its job, it may be worth paying that little price.

#1 - You’ve been on (or off) your feet all day

Whether your work keeps you on your toes, or you’ve been running around all day doing errands, you can end up with achy, sore, and swollen feet. Conversely, if you’ve started a new job where you’re sitting most of the time, you may also get what doctors call dependent edema—swelling that’s related to gravity. In simple terms, edema happens when fluids accumulate in your limbs.


Perhaps the simplest (and 100% free) fix to provide some relief would be propping your feet up on a pillow (so that your legs are higher than your heart). This should help bring your feet back down to size.


Dr. Tonnessen is also a big fan of wearing compression socks to prevent the accumulation of fluids, however, lots of people find them rather uncomfortable and a “no-go” in the summer.


One of the most effective ways to alleviate pain and swelling in your feet is a deep-tissue, home foot massage. The list of health benefits is surprisingly long and you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home. For many readers, this is excellent news because there is no need to shell out money for expensive visits to a massage salon.


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