Friday, 4 November 2016
Keeping your feet warm in the cold weather is vitally important. As well as being one of life's greatest comforts, warm feet are more mobile and better protected from injury and disease. For example, Raynaud's syndrome, a disease where blood flow to your extremities is reduced, is most commonly triggered by cold weather.
Thursday, 27 October 2016
As the seasons change, so does our attire. Why shouldn't this general rule apply equally to our shoe insoles? Indeed, insoles which provide fantastic support and protection during the summer months can become little more than an annoyance if they are forced into protecting us against the weather instead.
Tuesday, 7 July 2015 | John
Raynaudís Disease (also known as Raynaudís phenomenon) affects blood flow to certain extremities. This usually happens to fingers and toes, and happens when blood vessels in certain parts of your body go into spasm. This cuts off blood flow temporarily and leaves your fingers and toes numb and painful. The condition is thought to be more common in women, and is found more often in colder climates.