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Home treatment for bunions

Bunions are not life-threatening, but they can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Apart from the medical treatment that can be conducted, there are also home remedies that can help you to ease the pain and discomfort. Normally, bunions can develop on the bone of the big toe. The most frequent causes of bunions are inadequate shoes. Women who wear uncomfortable high heels can also suffer from bunions. A medical solution for bunion problems is a surgery. Everyone is afraid of the surgery, even if a routine one, so people look for another way to solve this condition.

Bunion pain, just like any other pain, can be removed by taking pain killers. But, it is not recommended to do it for a long period of time.

Here are some home remedies of the treatment of bunions. One of them is the application of an ice pack. Ice packs should be held on the inflamed place for about 15 minutes and then an hour of rest should be taken. This should be done several times a day. This is not recommended for people with diabetes and circulation problems.

Soaking the feet in warm water with epsom salt is another remedy for bunions. The result is that a toe is relieved of pain and discomfort and due to the warm water, circulation is improved and swelling is declined.

During the night, a splint can be placed between the big and the second toe. As we have said earlier, it is necessary to adjust footwear to the foot. Your toes need a lot of room, so give it to them. When you can walk barefoot, do not hesitate to do so as it helps in the alignment of the big toe. In some cases, stretching the heel can help. Try to stand and stretch heel for 10 seconds several times during a day. You can also try with clove oil. You have to put the oil on a piece of cotton and put it on the bunion. This is supposed to be done two or three times a day.

All of the given remedies can help you, but the thing that you have to bear in mind is that the shoes are the most important in solving this problem. If a woman has or had a bunion, heels are out of question. Comfortable shoes that fit are the best answer in the combat against the bunion.

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