Some younger readers may not think that foot care is a topic that concerns them. But one thing is especially true when it comes to your feet – starting now puts you in good stead for the future. The signs of deterioration in feet often only become apparent years (or even decades) down the line. However, studies show that foot disorders are often hereditary. Take note of any issues that your parents or grandparents may have. If they have had any problems with their feet, even if this applies to both of your parents or grandparents, then you must unfortunately bear in mind that you also have this predisposition. This is why it is worthwhile to strive for healthy feet whilst you are young. Keeping your feet healthy should be a priority during your entire lifetime.
However, those reading who a slightly older should also be encouraged to pick up this habit. it is never really too late. In a nutshell: it always pays off to invest in healthy feet – no matter how old you are. The younger you start taking care of your feet, the more preventative your efforts will be and the later you start, the more therapeutic the benefits will be.