If you listen, you’ll hear all kinds of stories about people, and particularly women, overcoming incredible odds to achieve their goals. Ieshia Champs is just one of them that came to light earlier this week on an article by ABC News. A single mom from Houston, she overcame a whole host of obstacles to be […]
So what kind of tactics do you employ to protect yourself when everyone surrounding you is an enemy? I found out early on that I had to depend on myself to get through daily life. And I’m sure that statement rings true for all of us who ended up alone most of our lives. When […]
In writing this chapter of the blog, I have to look all the way back to my very earliest memories to see evidence of the things that lead me to be so self-sufficient (and alone) for 50+ years. As the oldest of three and the only girl, as far back as I can remember I […]
I want to start a conversation on the blog here that let’s us all discuss how we have come to cope with loneliness in our lives. I’ll begin by sharing my own story. Some friends have told me they have found inspiration in the path I’ve taken over the years, and I hope it might […]
Moderate exercise for 2-1/2 hours each week reduces restless leg syndrome and helps with sleep apnea.
What are some of the tips and tricks that you have found to get a product in front of a niche market?
As outdated and sexist as it is, it is still legal in the UK for companies to require women to wear high heels at work.
Two studies years apart show a link between experiencing the stress of an earthquake and chronic diseases.
Many symptoms from impaired sense of smell to muscle weakness can be very early signs of the disease.
Which makes sense since the kidneys are charged with removing uric acid from your bloodstream.
As it turns out, Joseph Pilates was an early advocate for healthy feet and developed “foot workouts” for his clients.
The weight of bed covers on the feet can be especially troublesome when you need to sleep.
HbA1C Test Leads to Diabetes Diagnosis for a Significant Percentage of Hospitalized Patients with Hyperglycemia
The Diabetes Director at a major US hospital reports that one of the best steps patients can take to help manage peripheral neuropathy is to control blood sugar spikes.
A recent article reports that a new invention will help those with nerve damage know when their feet are in contact with the ground.
Problems with your feet can be an indicator of bigger problems elsewhere in the body.
This study, like many others uses zebrafish, which share 70 percent of their DNA with humans.
Harvard researchers have discovered a link between a lack of sleep and an increased risk of diabetes.
Apparently heat is one of the issues that eczema sufferers try to avoid since it does make the skin irritation worse.
A recently published study reveals that nearly half the women who survive cancer will suffer from Chemo Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN). Tested an average of six years after completing chemotherapy, roughly 45% of the women studied still suffered from nerve damage. Aside from the nerve related pain of peripheral neuropathy, falls appear to be the […]
The Plantar Fascia is a ligament that connects your heel to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot.
As a website dedicated to foot health and improving it, we’ve spoken a few times about the importance of paying attention to your feet. And that can come in several different forms. At the very top of the list is seeing your doctor or podiatrist at least twice a year regarding your feet. That is […]
How about a high-fat diet to help fight diabetes?
If you’re in the habit of drinking wine with dinner, there may be a bonus beyond the enjoyment of sipping a glass at night.
Educating ourselves about the best practices to help us maintain foot fitness is a good place to have your priority. We’re all in the business of helping people enjoy life more through good foot health.
When foot problems set in, what is your first reaction to get help?
Here is a really good nuts-and-bolts article with plenty of ideas for how to help your feet and not do things that wreck them. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/14/foot-problems-_n_5791746.html
Is a product very few people have heard of something to take a chance on? How you live your life and what your base personality is determines a lot of how a person views something new and unique.
The question is how do you go about finding unique and obscure product on the web?
Educating the potential client about The FootSleepGuard has been a big challenge.
If your feet feel good, you are more likely to partake of activities that help you improve your outlook on life.
This bedtime ritual would guarantee a better sleep.
Sleep is essential for a healthy body, high functioning mind and the energy to take on the day. Here are some healthy bedtime habits to help you prepare for a good night’s sleep.
An open mind will help in almost all medical situations we find ourselves in. Especially a unique device like The FootSleepGuard.
How you feel during your waking hours hinges greatly on how well you sleep. Here are some ideas to help you get a better night’s sleep!
Here’s an article about an English soccer (the call it football) player who was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 17.