I have also consulted with a doctor and also taken suggestions from many of my friends what to do with this tired legs. Some of them had advised me to take an Epsom salt bath. Soak my feet in a warm salt bath can significantly reduce pain and swelling, particularly if muscle tension causes the pain. Tired feet are a regular complaint about most people, especially those who have to stand for extended periods of time (such as cashiers and traffic cops) or walk long distances (such as restaurant servers and postal workers). Another common cause of sore and tired feet is using unsuitable shoes, such as women’s high heels and other stylish but useless offerings.
Here are some home remedies to Soothe Foot Pain.
1) Soak your legs in the Warm Salty water.
For an extraordinary and refreshing treat for tired feet, fill one basin with regular water and another with hot water as hot as you can conveniently stand. Sit comfortably in a chair, and place your feet in the cold water. After 5 minutes, switch to the hot water. Repeat. This “hydromassage” alternately expands and compresses blood veins in your feet, boosting blood circulation.
2) Massage Your Sore Feet.
You can also buy a roller specifically designed to rub the soles of the feet which you can usually find them at health food stores. Or roll your naked feet over a tennis ball, golf ball or rolling pin for some minutes.To make a warming massage oil to relieve foot pain, blend 3 drops clove oil with three tablespoons sesame oil. Mix the ingredients well and rub the oils into your aching feet.
3) Wear Shoe Insertions.
If you are wearing flat shoes, in that case, you need to have shoe inserts, or orthotics, which will help reducing foot pain caused by flat feet or fallen arches. You can get it from any medical-supply stores or a podiatrist.
4) Give Your Feet a Workout.
Do daily exercise such as throw a few pencils on the floor, and try to pick them up with your toes. This little exercise helps reduce foot pain. You can also try covering a thick rubber band around all the toes on one foot. Cover your toes and hold the stretch for five seconds. Copy ten times to reduce tired, shoe-bound feet.