When we walk barefoot outside we tend to land the feet flatter and in a more natural way. This is better for all of the joints all the way up to the neck (walking with good posture is helpful for lower back problems). You should find that walking barefoot regularly makes you walk with better posture. It is not comfortable to stomp around on your heels all day when barefoot, like most people do when they wear shoes so you will gradually figure out that you need to land the feet flatter. Try to move around fairly quickly but also quietly while barefoot and you will notice you need to hold your midsection in more, chest higher and that your shoulders will be held back and relaxed instead of slumped forward.
Dent De Lion wrote:Walk barefoot when possible...
Stinging nettle infusion cured my back cramps in a day.
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:
Did you soak towels in the infusion and apply that to your back? Hot or cold?
Don't use chairs, or at least not so much. ". . . " If you want i can tell you more about the holy chair.
Jay Green wrote:I can tell you something that takes it away when it is happening. This has worked for me and others 100% of the time. Instead of grabbing your leg and trying to rub out the cramp or flex your foot to work it out...just bite down firmly on your bottom lip. Within seconds you will feel it start to ease off. It works! No, it doesn't distract you from the pain, it actually releases that cramp. Accupressure point? I don't know, but someone told me about it years ago and it works each and every time I try it.
I can also tell you a simple step to stop cold sores that has worked every time also. I love these weird and improbable things that work for common ailments or symptoms.