Corns are irritating and painful, hardenings under the skin in areas of excessive pressure, especially on toe. A corn is a thickened area that typically has a pointed or globular shape. Corns, also acknowledged as helomas, sometimes have a dry, waxy, or translucent facade. It’s a type of viral infection.
Causes of Corns
Incorrect Footwear: If you wear too tight shoes or sandals, then your feet get compacted causing uneasiness and corns on foot develop. Wearing shoes or sandals without socks can also cause corn.
Signs and Symptoms for corn on foot:
If you notice a thick, rough area of skin, you have a Corn sometimes it’s very painful and irritating if you touch your feet at the floor. A hard-edged raised bump, tenderness or ache under your skin and flaxy dry or waxy skin are also the signs and symptoms of Corns.
Treatment of Foot Corns: Homeopathy is the only treatment to cure Corns.
- Brutal or pushy corns need to be treated, although they rarely require surgery but it’s very painful.
- There are many medicated pads, solutions and acids are available in the market or refer by doctor to treat the corn yourself.
- Don’t try to treat corns yourself especially for diabetes patients.
- Natural Remedies for corn removal are not so much useful, the only treatment for cure corns is Homeopathy treatment.
Things to remember:
- There are more chances to increase the risk of Viral so don’t use others sleepers or shoes and also stop using others, yours sleepers or shoes.
- Don’t wear tight fitting shoes or sandals, comfortable shoes should be worn. Especially for ladies use only Dr. Scholl sleepers, it’s the only footwear you have to wear in this infection.