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Fungus Hack Review

by Ellen Thomas (2019-04-06)

In the past years, shoe Fungus Hack companies have told us that the more support and cushioning our shoes have, the better it is for our backs, joints, and muscles however the opposite is true. When it comes to shoes and sole construction, less is more. The problem with large amounts of cushioning and padding in the soles of our shoes is that it blocks the neuro receptors located on the bottom of our feet from signaling our brains.The footwear you buy should be used to protect your feet but should not impede on your foot's natural stride ability and should allow your feet to feel the ground beneath them. Your feet do not require unnecessary support and cushioning, therefore you should consider buying footwear that is close to being barefoot. There are barefoot running shoes used for athletic purposes. If you are looking for a casual shoe that has limited amount of cushioning you can find all-natural genuine leather soft soled moccasins with no foam insole. This is the closets thing to being barefoot since the only material separating you from the ground is the durable layer of leather. Handmade genuine leather moccasin shoes are a barefoot/minimalist shoe offer no arch support and a soft and flexible sole. This is the closest thing to being barefoot with full range of motion.The great thing about wearing genuine leather is that it is a tough material that will last a long time. The thinner the material the lighter weight steps you will take which will cause less wear and tear on your leather moccasins. With all-natural leather moccasins you will be able to feel the ground beneath you while enjoying a full range of motion that will not hinder your foot's natural stride ability. Every time we take a step, our feet coordinate a complex network of bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments to give us momentum. If your feet are aching in pain when you go for a run and it is an intense, sharp pain in the heel and arch, you are not alone. The heel is the largest bone in the foot. Heel pain, or plantar fasciitis, is the most common foot problem and affects 2 million Americans every year. It can occur in the front, back, or bottom of the heel.The plantar fascia is a connective tissue band similar to a ligament that connects the heel to the front of the foot to absorb stress and shock we place on our feet. The direct result of straining the plantar fascia is pain, swelling, weakness and irritation.Relief: Plantar fasciitis is sometimes difficult to eliminate completely. But treatment is generally nonsurgical and conservative in nature. Some initial treatments include: