Swollen feet is a common problem that anyone can suffer from. It is not a disease in itself, but rather a symptom of an underlying issue. Usually, this problem arises when fluid accumulates in the tissues, leading to swelling known as edema.
This can occur for several reasons, such as being overweight, standing or sitting for long periods of time, aging, pregnancy, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), nutritional deficiencies, lack of physical exercise and poor blood circulation.
An injury or surgery involving the leg, ankle or a foot can also cause swelling in your feet.
People who have diabetes, heart problems, kidney or liver disease, and pregnant women are more prone to this problem.
As the swelling increases, it can cause general discomfort and people may find it difficult to walk or stand. Other symptoms may include pain, inflammation and redness in the feet.
Luckily, there are plenty of effective tips and remedies to treat swollen feet at home, so you can get back out and enjoy the world.
However, if the swelling is painful or occurs often, consult your doctor. It can be a sign of heart, kidney or liver problems that may need timely treatment.
For this recipe, you will need fresh green parsley. Don’t remove anything, as you need the whole plant, along with the root.
-Chop the parsley
-Pour 500 ml of water in a pot and bring it to boil
-Add 5 tsp of the chopped parsley into the water and boil for additional 5 minutes
-When done, remove from heat and allow it to cool for about 20 minutes
-Strain the tea and consume three times daily
The positive results will be visible very soon and all of your legs-related problems will go away.