Nobody likes sore tired feet, they can ache and hurt!
Tired and Sore feet are not a rare experience. Nearly everyone feels it on occasion. After a long day of work or play, your feet may be sore, swollen, burning, or just plain tired. What solutions are available to you? Perhaps there is a kind friend or spouse willing and able to give you a personal relaxing foot massage to ease your day and get the blood flowing back to normal in your feet and legs. Perhaps you can find the time and money for frequent pedicures with a relieving massage at the end of the day. Maybe you find one of the mechanical foot massagers that provide some relief at the end of the day.
How would you like to experience an all-day foot massage?
For thousands of years, man walked shoe-less on soft loose soil. Loose soil adjusts to distribute the force from the point of impact to other areas of the foot’s muscles, ligaments, and tendons. This process created a natural massaging action and helped man maintain balance. Thorns and other sharp objects led to the invention of the first shoes for protection. As we developed hard surfaces, such as wooden floors, concrete, asphalt, etc., we lost the natural ability to evenly distribute the weight. This led to a substantial increase in force directly at the impact on our foot. For instance, assume a 200 lb. man had a foot roughly 12 inches long and 3 inches wide. This would equate to 36 square inches, which when the weight is equally distributed converts to about 5.5 lbs per square inch (200/36=5.5). Assuming a 3” point of impact that absorbs all the shock on the heel or the ball of the feet, the force of impact per square inch can be more than ten times as much (200/3= 66.7). It is easy to see the power of distributing the force of impact equally over the entire foot.
Hydrofeet™ insoles do their part to distribute the load more equally over the entire foot. Stepping on an insole of pharmaceutical-grade glycerin reacts to pressure in a way that simulates the soft dirt adjusting to our bare feet, and delivers proper shaping of the foot to provide maximum comfort. If you stand or walk long hours for extended periods at a time, Hydrofeet™ might just put an end to your daily discomfort. With a 3-year manufacturer warranty, your cost for this relief is just $.04 a day. Where else are you going to get a massage on demand for that kind of money?