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Foot Care
Foot Facts


Reflexology examines how pressure, applied to specific points on the body, can affect and even benefit other parts of the body. Areas on the feet correspond to other vital organs of the body, as shown in the diagram below.

In general, the following foot parts are connected with these body parts:
Big toe - head
Outer region - shoulders and knees
Second toe - eye
Ball of the foot - heart and chest
Third toe - nose
Inner region - spine
Fourth and pinkie toe - ears
Heel - reproductive systems
Arch - internal organs

The connection between our feet and our well-being is intimate and direct. Therefore, it is not hard to imagine how bad it would be if something were to go wrong with our feet. Even people with generally normal feet undergoing normal activities can develop problems or diseases that are feet-related. Seventy-five percent of Americans will experience foot problems at one time or another in their lives.

About 19% of the U.S. population has an average of 1.4 foot problems each year, but only a very small percentage of the population is born with foot problems. It is actually neglect, a lack of awareness of proper foot care, ill-fitting shoes, and a lifetime of wear and tear that cause the pain and problems. In the case of diabetics, it is very common to have very serious feet troubles. ELEOTIN® PEDO-PROTECTION Socks were developed with precisely this direct connection in mind.

    Symptoms of Neuropathy
- Numbness
- Vision changes
- Decreased sensation
- Loss of sensation
- Diarrhea
- Facial drooping
- Loss of bladder control
- Impotence
- Speech impairment
- Tingling
- Drooping mouth
- Drooping eyelid
- Dizziness
- Weakness
- Swallowing difficulty
- Constipation
- Muscle contractions

Note: Symptoms vary depending on the affected nerves. Other symptoms may not be listed. Symptoms usually develop gradually over years.