Epsom Salt and Apple Cider Vinegar
If you are like most people then you have probably woke up early in the morning and spent additional 1-20 minutes rolling in the bed. You finally got out of bed when the second or maybe third alarm signaled that it is time to wake up for real. This is when you finally put the feet on the ground and started your day.
However, in some cases this is where the real problems begin.

You may experience pain when you place the foot on the ground. Sometimes is appears to be an intense pain in the heel while in other cases it is more like a throb concentrated in the toes or a dull pain in the foot’s arch. It is possible that you have not experienced such pain, but this doesn’t mean that you won’t notice it tomorrow.

In some cases you may have experienced in the past, but you were fine for a while.

Most people witness this issue in the so-called periods of transition. For example, when they switch from warm boots to shoes used in spring and when they replace the shoes with sandals or flip flops.

In some people, this problem is so serious that they have to perform foot stretching every morning so they can work normally. On top of that, this practice doesn’t solve this problem regularly, but it provides relief.

Let’s be clear, this problem is not something new because people had problems with their feet since ancient times. So, it is not a surprise why many old people know some great natural remedies that have proven to be helpful for many people.

Many of them claim that an Epsom salt foot soak mixed with some apple cider vinegar can do wonders for your feet. You should definitely try this remedy because you don’t have anything to lose except time.

If you think that this remedy is just something left from the past when people didn’t know better, you should think twice because there is logical explanation why Epsom salt foot bath works.

The Science Behind Epsom Salt and Apple Cider Vinegar Foot Bath
We must take a few things into consideration:

Hot Water
People have used hot water as a natural remedy for a myriad of health issues for hundreds of years. Many nations in Europe and Asia relied on hot springs when they wanted to heal certain health problems like tuberculosis and arthritis.

Even though there is a small chance that hot water can actually cure tuberculosis, it is true that hot water can ease the tension in the muscles and relief pressure and stress that they create directly to the bones. This heat created by hot water encourages blood flow for improved health.

It turns out that water soothes the compression of joints making sufficient space found between joints so they can stop grinding against each other.

It is also good to know that warm better us much more beneficial than hot water. So, you should not try to use water that is above your body temperature. Use water under 39 C or 102 D. you can measure it with the help of body thermometer.

In case it is very hot, you can expect higher blood pressure and challenge your heart work.
When you soak your feet in water, perform some feet stretches and toe curls for the best results.



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If you are like most people then you have probably woke up early in the morning and spent additional 1-20 minutes rolling in the bed. You finally got out of bed when the second or maybe third alarm signaled that it is time to wake up for real. This...