What is the treatment of rupture heels ?
Sole of the foot area covered with keratinocytes layers which are the thickest part of the skin of our body and is present in the heels. You need to protect the rest of the foot from the shock of the earth and the pressure resulting from the weight of the body which affects the foot while walking and even more when you jump. The stratum corneum is dead just like the hair that can be cut without pain or bleeding the stratum corneum can also be removed. Normally, the stratum corneum retains a little water and fat within the cells. So if it becomes dry because of dry air or walking barefoot, also cleaning materials that aid to melt the stratum corneum of fat that protects or reserve the stratum corneum from water and moisture.
Then the skin becomes dry, solid, and fragile and loses its flexibility. Eventually the skin starts to break or decompose when pressed or when your foot touches the ground while you are walking.
Does cracks heal?
It’s difficult for the cracks to heal and retain its original shape because the stratum corneum is already dead and there is no blood or nerves reaching that part of the skin. When these cracks grow deeper and reach the area of the living skin it becomes painful and ulcerated which may become chronic in specific conditions such as diabetes and aging, to a complicated health degree.
Prevention and treatment
- Dip your feet in warm water and add to it a few drops of shampoo, a few drops of any antiseptic solution plus a few drops of olive oil.
- Lift your foot from the water and dry them. Then start to remove the layer of dead skin with the pumice stone and then use a brush
- Return the feet to water for a long duration of time. Pat dry your feet with a cotton towel and then immediately apply Vaseline ointment or a petroleum jelly gently to your feet.
- Make sure you put a cream which contains lots of moisturizing glycerin on your feet before mid night.
- Try to reduce your weight as much as possible so that it may benefit.
- Choose the way you are walking in order to avoid the friction of the heel on the floor.
- Do not walk on rough and hard places, especially the floor coverings. For example, on the carpet or rugs while you are barefoot.
- Drink a lot of pure water; especially during on hot days or whenever there is an increase in the exit of race or an increase in physical effort to moisturize the skin generally.
- In order to eliminate foot odor, put some peppermint leaves in water or put peppermint oil drops inside your boots.
- Moist between your toes and massage between each toe gently. Massaging helps to stimulate blood circulation and stimulate foot pressure on the floor.
- Lay down for a period between 5 to 10 minutes while your feet above your head and keep them raised on a pillow or even the wall. It reduces tension of the feet and legs and while relieving the pain.
How to reduce feet swelling
- Added to the bath water:
– 7 points from chamomile oil
– 3 points of basil oil
– 6 points from lavender oil
– 6 points from Geranium Oil
How to relieve foot pain
- Add the following :
– 4 points from the oil Alhsalban
– 3 points from chamomile
– Two points from the thyme oil
The benefits of warm baths of the feet
– Refresh the blood circulatory of the feet and this refreshing as a result with reflect on the whole body.
-Warming the feet, especially during winter, some find difficulty in blood flow through their fingers.
-Soothes the skin of the feet and gives the foot its beauty in general.
-Helps to soften the fish-eye, which can easily be removed.
-Helps to relieve headaches.
-Helps to remove the dilated veins (varicose veins).