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MY FEET ARE KILLING ME
The American people are always on the go. We rush from place to place to complete those important errands. We'll run to catch a taxi, a bus or a train. Then, there's our after work jog that has become almost a religious commitment for us.
What do these examples have in common? You're right! They all put pressure on our feet. When we run, we put stress on our feet. When we walk, there are those feet again leading us wherever we go!
Allergies-Mary Mary How (Technical)
That's right. The second line used to read "How does your GARDEN grow?" A more appropriate question is becoming: "How does your ALLERGY grow?". According to information released in December, 1999 by the American College of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology,
the number of people suffering from allergies has grown from 12 to 38 percent in a thirty year period
. According to Thomas Ogren who has spent the last 11 years studying allergies,
has now become
the number one chronic childhood disease in America
I'd rather break my arm
I can honestly say, without reservation or fear of someone disagreeing, that a whiplash injury is one of the most painful and most frustrating musculo-skeletal and soft tissue injury a person can receive in an auto accident.
That Tingling Feeling
The foot is a remarkable mechanism and is as complex as any system in the body. Containing 26 bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, a complicated nerve supply; it isn't surprising that it is reported that 75% of Americans complain of foot problems each year.
Pain is a familiar symptom. What about a "Tingling Sensation" that doesn't hurt, but keeps recurring. We've heard people say: "Don't worry about it. Your foot's just asleep." That is a familiar sensation to us all. You cross your leg and then find that it has gone numb. The ensuing "pins and needles" sensation is referred to as "gone to sleep."
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.