Feet that are tired and aching
At some point in our lives, we’ve all had tired and aching feet, especially after long periods of shopping, walking, or standing. Tired and aching feet become much more common and last much longer as we get older.

Tired, aching feet can be caused by a variety of factors.

According to research, those with falling foot arches, also known as over-pronated flat feet in podiatric jargon, expend more energy while walking, resulting in more exhaustion at the end of the day than people with normal feet. A study published in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association backed up this theory.


Walking or standing for lengthy periods of time causes apparent damage to your feet. Other factors include ill-fitting, inadequately cushioned shoes, tight socks or stockings, and garters that are too tight. Reduced blood circulation in the ankles and feet contributes to tired, aching feet.


Factors that contribute to fatigued and painful foot

There are a number of factors that contribute to tired and aching feet:


The natural thick pad on the soles of our feet begins to thin as we get older. Our feet also broaden and flatten, and the skin on our feet becomes drier. Foot pain in the elderly can sometimes be the first sign of arthritis, diabetes, or circulatory disease.

Women are more likely than males to suffer from acute foot discomfort, especially if they wear high-heeled shoes. As a result, acute foot pain is a leading cause of disability in older women. Weight growth, swelling in the feet and ankles, and the release of specific hormones that cause ligaments to relax all raise the risk of hurting feet in pregnant women.

Dehydration: your feet have about 250,000 sweat glands and can discharge up to a quarter of a liter of water every day. As a result, it is critical to drink plenty of water throughout the day.

Tired, painful feet can be treated and relieved.

For 15-20 minutes, lie on the floor with your feet propped up on a couch or bed. This is a method of emptying the lymphatic system and reducing water retention, both of which are typical causes of painful feet.

Soak your feet in warm water with Tea Tree Oil, either in a basin or in a foot spa if you have one. Peppermint oil is calming and beneficial to the feet. Alternatively, soothe your feet with a decent foot cream.

Incorporate orthotic insoles into your footwear. Over-pronation is controlled and your arches are supported by Footminders orthotics, eliminating one of the leading causes of tired, hurting feet!

Get your feet massaged on a regular basis.

Exercising your feet can help them stay in good shape. It strengthens your arches, tones your muscles, and improves blood circulation. Here are some workouts for your feet:

Stand on your tiptoes with your feet parallel. Slowly rise and fall on your tiptoes while holding on to a stable piece of furniture for support. This strengthens the foot muscles while also exercising the leg muscles.


Sitting down, extend the sole of your foot. Extend and stretch the foot as far as possible in a straight line with the leg.


While sitting, rotate your feet. Extend each foot one at a time and spin at the ankle slowly, as though drawing the widest circle possible with the big toe. Do it in one direction at first, then the other.


Remain seated with your feet on the floor and move your toes. Toes should be moved up and down. This will reduce internal leg rotation and leg muscle stretching, resulting in less weary and aching legs.


The arch support needed can be provided with IDEASTEP Orthotic Insoles.

after a long day to avoid fatigued or hurting feet

Wear an orthotic shoe insert for an excellent treatment approach that will reduce the feeling of tired, hurting feet. Over-pronation is corrected using IDEASTEP orthotic insoles, which provides natural, long-lasting pain relief for a variety of lower-body aches and pains.


For flat feet and over-pronation, podiatrists recommend the following insoles:



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