Many look forward to the summer to relieve feet from the shackles of closed shoes, but often regret when their feet swell and penetrate through the straps of the sandals. But why is this happening? The answer lies in too little entrees of fluid.

Namely, the concentration of salts in the body grow due to dehydration, which forces the body to retain and the small amount of water that you entered and all this results in swelling. The heat also causes the spread of blood vessels, which causes additional expansion of the fluid in certain parts of the body. Excessive walking, sitting or standing in one place for a long time allows gravity to lower the body fluid into the joints and feet, causing unpleasant feelings.

The body needs salt, but the food we eat contains a sufficient quantity and you can only exaggerate with additional feeding. Except for the feet, excessive salt intake is not good for high blood pressure, which can cause a heart attack or stroke, especially during the summer months.

If you can, avoid savory peanuts, spices, chips and processed foods at all costs. Also breakfast cereals contain high levels of salt, and we should not even mention at all how much salt contain the carbonated drinks and mineral water.

In addition, read how to deal with this unpleasant problem:

– Drink plenty of water and avoid salt
– Whenever you have the opportunity, walk
– If the work does not allow you to move, periodically stretch your legs, especially the feet, to encourage circulation
– When you are at home, lie with your feet raised above the level of your heart, and place wet or cold towels on your feet
– It is also recommended massage of soles with a lotion effect that has a cooling effect

 

You can also try to reduce the swelling of your legs with a tea made of parsley. parsley tea works because it is a diuretic, meaning it improves kidney function and helps the body flush itself of excess water and salt.

To make parsley tea, chop the fresh leaves and roots of parsley. Place approximately 1/4 cup parsley in an infusion basket and either pour a cup of boiling water over the parsley or submerge the basket into a tea pot full of boiling water. Let the parsley steep for 5 to 7 minutes. Then, simply remove the basket and enjoy the tea, adding honey and lemon if you like.

 

Source:

http://www.kafepauza.mk/zivot/zoshto-nozete-otekuvaat-na-visokite-letni-temperaturi-i-kako-da-ja-sprechite-ovaa-neprijatna-sostojba/