Years have advanced, and so did the means of transportation. But for some people, they would instead prefer having the healthy walk by foot or even cycling to save time from traffic jams and also fuel money. It can also be a great way to keep our respiration, fat levels, cholesterol levels, etc., in check and at a low level. Early morning walks and jogs are adviced for the best results, because at this time of a new day, pollution is minimum and as such cleaner air can be inhaled while doing so.
Walking for about 30-45 minutes a day can help reduce weight, strengthen leg muscles and build up steady stamina in the long run. But sometimes circumstances can lead to affect an individual's feet, which in cases include - wearing the wrong type of shoes like heels for women and leather boots for men is not advice for walking for 30-45 mins. Other examples may include cutting the toenails too deep which can lead to an ingrown toenail. In the case of wearing the wrong type of shoes can cause an individual's feet to swell and also cause blisters to appear as such. In the case of an ingrown toenail, it can create swelling in a person's foot or feet (if it's in the case of both feet) and the individual may face intense pain and inability to walk comfortably during the period of the Ingrown toenail. Other cases can also include fungal infection or athlete's foot where an individual tends to have smelly feet which can be unpleasant when commuting by public transportations or in full places and so on. Another case is having skin cracks on the heels of an individual's feet, which can be quite painful as well while walking. Healthy Foot is a clinic or center in Cardiff where individuals can avail treatments like in-grown toenails, athlete's foot, corn, and hard skin, nail surgery, etc. The clinic has a professional Podiatrist who gives treatment in the above-mentioned cases. For more information please visit http://www.healthyhappyfoot.co.uk
healthyfoot.co.uk is a website that provides a description of Healthy Foot clinic(s) in Cardiff.