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Sport & Wellness

As an athlete, or as someone who enjoys a gut-busting workout, you know you want your full attention on your body mechanics, breathing, and form. You don’t want to be thinking about your socks. Socks may seem inconsequential, but they play a large role when we are physically active. If you have ever been sidelined because your sock has bunched up around your toes, resulting in an enormous heel blister, you know exactly what I am talking about. Different sports require a little something different from your socks, often dependent on weather and if your activity takes place indoors or outdoors. Several characteristics define a great sports sock, though, and these characteristics allow for a focus on your sport, not on your socks. 

An Ankle Sprain is the second most common body site to be injured. Anyone can experience it at any age even while doing some simple turn or rolls such as walking. Some minor ankle injuries can be treated with simple medical care at home. Here you can follow practical home remedies to cure sprained ankles.

Some of us are still stuck with quarantine these days and have plenty of spare time to use for something more beneficial. So, why don’t you take advantage of this opportunity to spend some on yourself and lose extra body fat? The opportunity is right in front of you, and all you have to do is jump in.

Ever experienced a spiking pain in the bottom of your feet, particularly near the heal more often? If yes, then it is an indication of plantar fasciitis. Yet, there is nothing to worry about as you can adapt some physical habits to recover and strengthen the performance of the plantar fascia.


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Heel spurs form on the underside of your foot, often causing pain and discomfort. They are deposits of calcium that build up over long periods of time. 
Achilles tendinitis (also spelled tendonitis) is an injury – often characterized by a mild to moderate ache, tenderness, swelling, or morning stiffness - that affects the area in the back of the lower leg at and above the heel bone
Fallen arches is a condition where the sole of the foot completely contacts the ground; there is no significant portion of the arch that is raised. About 20–30% of adults fall into the category of having one or both feet that have never developed arches properly.
Everything you need to know about plantar fasciitis: What it is, what causes it, how to treat and how to prevent it.
Learn how these specially designed socks can help treat plantar fasciitis, how and when to wear them and how to get the highest quality ones.

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