(Health-NewsWire.Net, January 02, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- Hydrofeet, a foot pain insoles, is made of FDA-approved glycerin that moves back and forth under the feet of patients to improve blood circulation and to help manage common foot problems such as plantar fasciitis and Morton's neuroma - similar to the effect of reflexology therapy performed by professional therapists.
Reflexologists do foot massage in the premise that the feet's nerve endings are connected to the vital organs of the body. Each part of the foot called reflex zones can be stimulated to promote the healing of specific body parts. Foot reflexology does not only address common foot problems, but other health problems as well. According to the University of Minnesota website "Taking Charge of Your Health and Well Being," foot reflexology also addresses anxiety, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, kidney problems, headaches and migraine, and a lot more.
Among all the aforementioned positive effects of reflexology therapy, the most important is how it improves blood circulation. Proper blood circulation facilitates healing because it helps distribute the body's nutrients to the areas and organs that need them the most. Likewise, harmful toxins are flushed out of the body through improved blood circulation.
To maximize the benefits of foot reflexology, patients are advised to have 3 to 6 30-minute to one-hour sessions in consecutive days. According to reports, a 30-minute session usually costs $30, while a one-hour session costs about $55, amounting to $330 for a 6-day one-hour reflexology therapy.
Hydrofeet is a therapeutic massaging insoles that is made of FDA-approved liquid glycerin and thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). This dynamic shoe inserts massage the feet as the patient walks. It is reported to improve blood circulation and help manage common foot problems. In addition, Hydrofeet is cheaper compared to reflexology therapy sessions. Using Hydrofeet is also not time-consuming at all.
Michael Carr, a verified Amazon buyer, shared the story of her sister who already thought of amputating a toe because of too much pain. She goes to a massage therapist at least once a week, but only Hydrofeet really made a difference in her life. According to Carr, "It did take a few days for her to get accustomed to the new insoles but much to her surprise it has helped. We have been on a two decade long search to find something that would allow her to end her day without being in so much pain."
Midwest Health Solutions is an authorized seller of Hydrofeet that can be purchased through Amazon.
Hydrofeet® is a 10-year-old company specializing in health and personal care items, mainly focused on eliminating foot pain and providing proper foot care. The company prides itself on combining the best quality products with the best customer service in the industry.