Why Do You Feel Foot Pain After Running?

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Treatment: Lots of rest, icing the ankle, and elevating the foot

Plantar Fasciitis
This is the inflammation of the plantar fascia, which is the thick band of tissue that can be found in the bottom of the foot from heel to toes. Runners who have tight calf muscles and high arch are prone to plantar fasciitis, though it can also be your running activity that may caused it.

Treatment: Calf stretches, rest to heal, icing the bottom of the foot

IT Band Syndrome
Causes the pain outside of the knee, IT band is a ligament which runs along the outside part of the thigh, from top hip to the outside of the knee. This happens when the ligament thickens and rubs the knee bone, which causes the inflammation. (ouch!)

Treatment: Reducing your running routing, heat stretching before running, and icing the area after running

Blisters
The most common issue even for a normal individual, which the surface of the skin caused by the friction between your  running shoes or socks. Prevent blisters by using new running shoes gradually, you can also wear double layer socks, if that helps. Putting petroleum jelly around the prone area.

Sunburn
Not sure why would you still get sunburn by not using sunscreen, also dress appropriately and always stay hydrated.

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