Foot Taping for Plantar Fasciitis #infographic #foot

Have you ever heard of plantar fasciitis? You may have suffered from it without even knowing! Plantar fasciitis is actually one of the most common causes of heel pain. It generally causes a very strong pain in the very morning first, and once your body warms up, the pain tends to lower down. But it can come back after long periods of standing or after getting up from a seated position.

The swollen and inflamed condition seems to be more common among sportsmen and women, especially, runners, tennis players and athletes. Using the right shoes while practicing exercise is important, but if you want to make sure you prevent plantar fasciitis, you may want to tape your feet.

To help you do this correctly, Wimi Fitness has put together this handy infographic explaining how to tape your feet in six simple steps. Just follow them to avoid suffering from Plantar Fascitis.

Foot Taping for Plantar Fasciitis

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Effects of Drug Abuse in the US #infographic #Drug #US

Substance Abuse Epidemic is a serious problem that is growing each day in the USA. Substance Abuse does not include only illegal drugs, but also, consuming illegal substances such as alcohol and prescription drugs. Abusing of such drugs could lead to uncontrollable desire to intake drugs or other substances leading to symptoms such as lack of interest in pursuing a better life, increase in tolerance, and withdrawal. Read some disturbing facts about Substance Abuse:

  • In 2012, there were 33,175 drug overdose deaths (unintentional); 53% of those deaths were linked to prescription drug use
  • 72% of deaths attributable to prescription drugs were related to opioid medications
  • 88,000 people die each year due to alcohol-related causes

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14 Vitamins for younger and healthier skin #infographic #skin

Taking care of your skin should be high on your list of priorities. An important aspect of this is eating healthy food and drinking plenty of water. A nutritious vitamin-rich diet is not only essential for every day body functions, but it also plays a huge role in skin health. Vitamins contribute to the maintenance of healthy skin and prevent ailments such as eczema, acne, and wrinkles.

Vitamins also help in the reduction of dark spots and pigmentation. When the appearance of your skin is affected by environmental factors such as sun exposure and pollution, or you have pigmentation or a loss of firmness—Vitamins step in to tackle these concerns. So make sure you get enough Vitamins to keep your skin looking healthy and youthful.

Vitamins are found in skin care products and can also be taken orally, as supplements. Skin Care products containing vitamins such as serums, moisturizers, and sunscreens as easy to incorporate into your daily routine. But the best way to get the benefits of these nutrients is by consuming a rich array of fruits and vegetables. Take a look at this infographic to find out more about the benefits of various vitamins and their food sources.

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How to Eat the Right Amount Of Macronutrients #infographic #health #diet

If you are planning to lose some weight or gain muscle, this infographic is right for you. Instead of struggle following strict diets, you may understand what macronutrients are and how they affect your body. Macronutrients break down into three categories: protein, fat, and carbohydrates. And the key to a healthy diet is to combine foods that are made of the right proportions of these macronutrients.

This infographic visualizes the benefits for your body that you will find in proteins, fat, and carbohydrates as well as the recommended daily intake of each macronutrient. The visualization will help you create your own diet based on an informed opinion of what are the best sources of macronutrients.

You can also find out with this infographic the protein targets you should have to either lose weight or gain muscle. Enjoy the healthy tips!

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Getting Rid of Asbestos: DIY vs Licenced #infographic #health #asbestos

Discovering an asbestos in your home can cause you worries. Thus you might want to take an immediate action for it. Asbestos is a risk at home when disturbed, in a way that it can produce fibers that can be harmful when inhaled.

You can do the removal work by yourself, but you have to know the safest precautions to avoid fetching a disease from the material. There are also rules when you want to conduct a DIY removal; for an instance, a householder can remove only a small quantity of asbestos. Moreover, if you discovered an enormous amount of asbestos material, you can have it consulted to a professional asbestos removalist. Having a licensed removalist to do the work can assure you safeness, from the inspection up to the disposal of the asbestos materials.

To provide you with further information about the risks of asbestos, as well as your options on how to get rid of it, here’s a must-see infographic from AWARE, the leading asbestos removal company in Victoria.

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