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Another common reason in improper Urgent Fungus Remover Review footwear, with Ill fitting or worn out sneakers not providing the protection and shock absorbency that your feet need when you do high impact exercises or even take a stroll down the street. A sudden increase in the frequency and intensity at which you exercise, if for example you are looking to lose weight fast or train for a marathon, can also trigger sesamoiditis.If you have been diagnosed with this painful foot condition, what are you to do? Well, there are a number of choices at your disposal, and not all treatments need to be expensive. Listed below are some of the most common treatments for sesamoiditis.

Rest and Ice the Foot:If you feel a sudden onset of intense and almost unbearable pain in the ball of your foot at the base of your big toe, the best course of action is to rest the foot. Sesamoiditis is an inflammation of the sesamoid bones, two small bean sized bones which help the big toe to flex more efficiently. Rest is the number one treatment for the condition, and will ensure that you do not further irritate or inflame the area.Icing the foot for 15 minutes at a time, up to 4 times a day is a great way to seek pain relief, and also help to reduce the inflammation in the foot. Cold is a great anti-inflammatory agent, so be sure to use this in tandem with rest.

Correct Footwear and Orthotic Insoles:It is vital that if you are an avid exercise enthusiast that you make sure you wear proper fitting athletic shoes that are in good shape. This is the best way to avoid injury and to ensure that your feet are as protected as possible. If you are looking to ease the pain, wear an insole with a metatarsal pad, as this will raise the lesser toes and ease the pressure exerted on the sesamoid bones.

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