What is the reason for pain in the posterior part of the sole of the foot?

What is the reason for pain in the posterior part of the sole of the foot?

What is the reason for pain in the posterior part of the sole of the foot?

The reason for the pain is build up of fluids in that part of the foot. There is a simple exercise which will give you complete relief from the pain in 15 days. You will get substantial pain relief in 3 days.


The following is generally good for ensuring that you do not ever get any other health problem. This is preventive.

Hydration dehydration cycles will help in balancing every mineral and walking and rest routines will increase the RMR which will help in permanent cure of mineral imbalance in the long run.

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**In brief hydration dehydration cycles is as given here -**

Day 1 – Drink 150 ml water every hour from 7 am to 6 pm. Reduce meal size by 20%. No other fluid/ liquid.

Day 2,3 – Drink 150 ml water 1 hour before each meal. Total fluid intake 450 ml in the day. Reduce meal size by 20%.

Repeat for 2–3 weeks.

**To get best results increase Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) as well by doing the following**

Walk for 5 minutes at easy pace within your home in the morning. Reduce the meal size by 20%.

After walking rest for 15 minutes in bed.

Repeat the above 3 times in the morning and 3 times at night before sleeping.The more you rest after walking it will be better. The recommendation of 10 minutes is keeping in view busy schedule of people. 30 minutes is ideal.

#### Intermittent fasting####

Day 1 – Eat 50% of your food intake with 80% reduction in your water and other liquid intake.

Day 2 – Eat normal food and normal water.

**When a person is doing this, he can skip hydration dehydration cycles.**

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Heal Spur-Painful Conditions

Heal Spur-Painful Conditions

My school time friend had painful condition. The doctors told him that one of the blood vessels is under pressure and hence the pain. He was advised physiotherapy.

After 15 days of treatment he had no relief from pain. He continued to wriggle in pain all these days he was under treatment.

Luckily he got in touch with me after coming back from hospital. I spoke to him. He had no idea why his blood vessel is under pressure and what type of treatment could be effective.

I took 2 minutes and explained to him the reason for the pain and treatment. A brief of discussion is as under:

There is a thin layer of fibre covering all our body. With age and some other factors this layer shrinks. That causes some of the blood vessels to come under pressure. On the point of pressure the blood accumulates and then there is some leakage. Whenever the muscles in the adjoining area moves the blood clot moves around and causes pain.

The treatment involves stretching the thin layer of fibre called fascia. For this face the wall. Put both hands on wall at shoulder height. Keep one foot 6 to 9 inches away from wall. Keep second foot 3-4 inches behind the first foot. Lean against the wall keeping knee, hip and back in one straight line. That will put mild pressure on the fascia stretching a bit. Do this for 15-20 times in a day for 10-15 seconds each time.

Take care not to stretch too much. The clot should not cause bleeding in the adjoining area. Slow and study approach relieves pain in 24 to 48 hours.

After 48 hours my friend is free of all pain.