5 Things Your Feet Are Telling You About Your Health

When was the last time you had a good look at your feet? Many of us have the habit of caging our feet in our shoes all day and not paying attention to them. They could be giving off signs that your health is bad.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Dry, Flaky Skin – 00:26
2. Losing Hair On Your Toes – 01:50
3. Foot Numbness – 03:09
4. Black Spots Under Your Toenails – 04:34
5. Morning Foot Pain – 05:48


Dry, Flaky Skin

Nobody likes having dry, cracked heels. It can stop you from wearing fancy shoes, or cause your socks to get caught up in the cracks while putting them on. Dry feet can be the result of cold weather, dehydration, frequent use of harsh soaps, or even swimming in chlorinated pools.

Losing Hair On Your Toes

Let's face it, all adults have hair on their feet. Have you ever seen a man’s foot? Some of them look like they’re part bear! While foot hair may be more visible in men, women do have hair on their toes. It’s usually just much finer.

Foot Numbness

We’ve all experienced numbness in our feet. All you need to do is fall asleep in an uncomfortable position, or sit with your legs crossed for too long. Sometimes it goes away in a matter of seconds. Sometimes it takes a lot longer. If it happens frequently, and lasts extended periods each time, you might want to look into it.

Black Spots Under Your Toenails

This one is pretty scary. It’s especially creepy how they just appear out of nowhere. Dropping a heavy object on your toe can bring on unbearable pain. Even after the pain leaves, there may be black discoloration left to remind you of the injury. But today, we’re not discussing that. That bruising will go away eventually.

Morning Foot Pain

Imagine you go to bed feeling fine. You wake up the next morning and put your foot down to stand up. The second you rise out of your bed, you immediately feel a sharp, burning pain in your foot, which stays with you as you walk. There could be several potential causes for this.

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