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Tired feet

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Overdone walking or running, or just spent too much time on your feet lately? Most people will experience achy feet at some point, which not only affects how you move, but can also affect your mood and can lead to more serious foot issues further down the line.

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What are tired feet?

Tired, aching legs or feet can affect anyone. People who regularly suffer with tired feet can have a poorer quality of life as their ability to move is restricted by discomfort and soreness.

What causes feet to feel tired?

Some people may be genetically predisposed to tired feet, other causes include:

  • Ill-fitting footwear.
  • Being overweight.
  • Being older or having other medical conditions.

Are there any genetic or lifestyle factors that play a part in this condition?

People with flat feet and high arches may be more likely to suffer with tired feet. Sore heels often develop from the over use/over stretching of the plantar fascia ligament that runs from the heel to the toes. Lifestyle choices such as bad footwear, being overweight, age and other medical conditions can also impact tired feet.

Top tips for avoiding and managing tired feet

You can ease the discomfort of flat feet and high arches by:

  • Wearing well-fitted, supportive shoes.
  • Losing weight if you’re overweight.
  • After consulting a healthcare professional, performing regular, gentle stretches and plantar fascia stretches can offer some relief. Circling the ankles, grabbing feet with both hands and bending the heel out, standing on a step and dipping and lifting heels over the edge all provide temporary relief.

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