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Foot care tips to pamper moms-to-be

Pregnancy is a remarkable and life-changing event, the illusion of becoming a mother brings indescribable joy. But there are also many changes in a woman's body, like discomfort and pain in legs, feet, and ankles. We will provide you with valuable tips to relieve foot pain while pregnant.


Swollen feet, heel pain, and sole burning are the most common complaints you could experience if you are pregnant. Your center of gravity will shift during pregnancy to accommodate the growing baby, and this will cause the weight and pressure on the feet to increase. 


Why do I suffer from foot pain during pregnancy?

Hormonal disorders typical of this stage are the ones that cause various discomforts in the feet.

The 3 main reasons for foot pain during pregnancy are:

  1. Circulatory problems

Blood flow issues occur when the uterus grows and compresses the blood vessels that carry blood from the lower extremities to the heart and vice versa. The pain and swelling of the feet derive from this type of problem.

  1. Weight gain

Weight gain can also be a cause of foot pain during pregnancy. This weight gain is due to the fact that, as your baby grows, your body must adapt to its size in order to accommodate it without difficulty.

During the last months of pregnancy, a woman's average weight gain is 10 to 15 kg. (But remember each body is different.)

As a result of the increased load, you can suffer from flat feet or plantar fasciitis.

  1. Fluid retention

Fluid retention is closely linked to circulatory problems, as the tension caused by the uterus on the veins, and not enough blood supply to the lower extremities, causes fluid to accumulate in the tissues.

Fluid retention usually causes a condition known as edema. This usually occurs in the feet, ankles, and legs, but can affect the entire body.

Here are some recommendations so that foot pain during pregnancy does not make you suffer and you can start enjoying your pregnancy without worries.


Tips to reduce foot pain during pregnancy

  1. Say goodbye to high heels for a while. This type of shoe is commonly narrow, and it can cause pain in the soles of your feet.
  1. Start wearing comfortable shoes with appropriate materials. Shoes made with materials such as plastic can make your feet irritated by heat and cause chafing and irritation.
  1. Use insoles that relieve pressure points on your feet for comfort.
  1. One of the best solutions for foot pain is relaxing massages. You can do it yourself, ask your partner to do it for you, or go to a podiatric center. An excellent wellness treatment product is the Imperial Feet Foot and Leg Gel. You'll love it!
  1. Bathe your feet with cold water to reduce the inflammation of the extremities. In addition to reducing swelling, it will help you relax. It is necessary to do this for several minutes.
  1. 6. Keep your feet up. This exercise stimulates circulation, which helps reduce swelling and pain in the feet. It is extremely important to try to rest and avoid standing for long periods of time. A wonderful way to refresh and pamper your feet is applying Imperial Feet Foot Deo Spray 

We recommend you follow these easy tips to reduce the pain that pregnancy causes in your feet. 

Wishing you health and joy as you welcome your new baby.! 

“A new baby is like the beginning of all things, a wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities.” ― Eda J. LeShan
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