About half of the adult population is familiar with bunions, which happen more often in women. They can either be inherited or appear due to the wearing of improper shoes. They’re not only painful and uncomfortable, but they affect your quality of life. And even though we cannot always prevent bunions, at least we know how to correct them.
1. Take off your shoes and walk barefoot.
You can walk barefoot any time you have the opportunity. This will help strengthen the foot muscles and return the toe bone to its proper place. Also your feet will get relief from uncomfortable shoes.
If it hurts you to walk around barefoot, then you should walk on a thick carpet. Otherwise this walking can bring more pain to your bunions.