In most of my posts about pain relief gift ideas, I’ve always included the TENS unit as one of the top gift ideas. In fact, I’ve tried to introduce it to anyone I know from my family to my friends and co-workers who are suffering from muscle and joint pain. Unlike other posts where I’ve introduced different practical gift ideas, in this special post, I’ll focus only on the TENS device, including answering fundamental questions such as what it is, how it works, and which ones are rated as the best TENS units by pain sufferers.Continue reading
If someone you know suffers from foot pain, below are some gifts that they will truly appreciate when receiving the gifts and especially when and after using them. Foot pain is mostly caused by ill-fitting shoes/sandals, or letting the foot have too much contact with flat and hard surfaces without proper support, thus most gift ideas introduced below are to provide comfort, relaxation and support to the foot.Continue reading
I have a post about Gift Ideas for Someone with Foot Pain and listed several products and gift ideas that may help with relieving and preventing foot pain for you or someone you know. While all of the gifts introduced are practical and will probably be effective (because I’ve bought or tried most of them myself), they are still a short list.
This page continues the same ideas but with a little tweak – here, I’ll introduce to you a list of the best selling products for foot pain relief found on Amazon.com with full product and pricing details, including thousands of verified customer reviews and ratings. Hope that all of these together will make it convenient for you to buy the best products that fit your needs.
Foot pain causes
I didn’t really care much about foot pain until recently when my mom was complaining incessantly about her foot pain, especially how painful it was for her to stand first thing in the morning. It turned out my mom was not alone; many of her friends have had foot pain, and even some of my friends, who are in their 20s and 30s, also have foot pain.
Pain is like a signal your body is trying to tell you there’s something (wrong) going on, in this case with your foot, and unless you do something about it, the pain is only to get worse with your daily life and activities. The pain could be due to inflammation or misalignment of one or more of the different structures in your foot including bone, joint and ligament or tendon.Continue reading