John Saltveit wrote:There is a lot of research about "earthing", and a book by a doctor named Stephen Sinatra. Walking barefoot is said to be a way to ground yourself electrically with the earth. It is said to decrease pain and be like an antioxidant. Concrete floors and leather work the same. Most people wear synthetic or rubber shoes, which don't ground.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
Ouch! Great to see that prickly pear is still growing in the nearby wildlands.
Stacy Witscher wrote:I'm so envious. I'm struggling with plantar fasciitis and cannot go barefoot at all.
I have never liked shoes, and would also prefer to be barefoot all the time.
I put off trying to where shoes all the time to deal with the plantar fasciitis as long as I could. But now the pain is unbearable.
Oh well, hopefully things will get better quickly, until then I will live vicariously through you.
Jondo Almondo wrote:e have lots of venomous and very deadly snakes in this part of Australia, we're raised to be very mindful of covering up the whole leg for protection. It would also be a shame if a preventable foot injury stopped you from doing what you love for the rest of your days.