NO MORE ACHY FEET AFTER WORK! HERE ARE 5 WAYS TO REDUCE TIREDNESS

Spending hours on your feet? Are you familiar with blisters, shin splints, and swollen feet? Whether you spend your working hours on a construction site, warehouse, or factory, there are ways you can feel comfier, both at work and after you clock off. Plus, taking care of your feet and body can extend your career and enjoyment around your beloved.

1. TAKE REGULAR BREAKS

Don’t overlook your breaktimes. Though they might be short, your body needs to hydrate and refresh with pure water and some fruits.

Sit down, change your posture or practice a few stretches!

Breaktime

2. PRACTICE STRETCHES THROUGHOUT THE DAY

Stretches are great for blood circulation in your feet. Practice these short and simple stretches to relieve from soreness.

Sore feet exercise           

3. CHOOSE THE PROPER FOOTWEAR

Your shoes need to match the demands of your work. For example, people working in areas where there is a danger of foot injuries due to falling or rolling objects, or objects piercing the sole, should wear certified steel-toe protection shoes and boots that are capable of compression, impact, and puncture resistance. They help to minimize the chances of work-related injuries as well as foot soreness after work.

Zespik PowerFlex

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4. ALTERNATE YOUR FOOTWEAR

This ain’t a matter of style! Over time, your shoes lose their ability to absorb shock as well as they once did when they were new. This results in your feet and joints taking on the extra shock that our new shoes used to provide.

If possible, avoid wearing the same pair of shoes to work each day. By alternating footwear every day, you will increase the amount of cushioning recovery in the midsoles of your shoes and lengthen their overall lifespan.

Zespik PowerFlex and Zespik Alpha

 

5. GIVE YOUR FEET A TREAT

Coming home from work doesn’t mean the day is over. Give them a gentle massage or a warm foot bath for maximum relaxation.

Foot massage


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