Doctors Warn That More Than 60 % of Women Older Than 40 Have Knuckles. Here Is How to Remove Them Naturally and Without Surgery
If you also have this problem, take a look at the easiest and the most natural way to eliminate this really painful problem.
Knuckles are a frequent problem and they occur more often than you think. Not only do they look bad, but they also cause a lot of pain.
However, this is not a thing that only happens to you. This is a common problem and it happens in numerous people, including the ones that walk on the red carpet. Knuckles can be problem of literally anyone. Of course, removing them by surgery is pretty expensive solution to this problem.
Nevertheless, there are a few natural and simple ways that can help you treat or prevent knuckles from spreading and worsening. We are talking about exercises that need to be done on a regular basis.
Lifting on your toes
Start this exercise in sitting position, having your legs in front of you in the width of your shoulders. Holding both of your feet on the floor, slowly start lifting your heels. Hold this position for about ten seconds and then put your heels down. Repeat this exercise ten times.
Start in a sitting position, with your legs placed on the floor in front of you, in the width of your shoulders. Hold your heels on the floor, and slowly start lifting the upper part of the feet, i.e. the toes. Hold this position for ten seconds and then put your feet down on the floor. Repeat the exercise ten times.
Put some material between your toes and your foot. Slowly start folding your foot and bring your toes and your foot together. Hold this position for about three to five seconds. Let your toes and your foot loose, and repeat the exercise ten times on your right leg, and then ten more times on the left one.
Move all toes of your right foot apart. Lift your foot off the ground, only holding your heel on the ground and bring your toes apart. Hold this position for about three to five seconds. Relax your foot and place it back down on the ground. Repeat this ten times, and then do the same thing with your left foot.
Sit down with your both legs on the ground. Move your right foot to the left, lifting it in the form of an arch and move your body weight on the outside part of your foot. Put your foot back down on the ground in a flat position. Make about ten to fifteen repetitions of this exercise on one foot, and the repeat the same thing for as many times on the other foot as well.
Sit down and place a therapeutic tape around your foot. Keep your feet down on the floor, lift the upper part of the right foot and pull it to the left, with your soles facing outwardly. Remain in this position for a while, and go back to the starting position. Move your ankle a little bit on order to avoid pushing and pulling of the knees. Make about fifteen to thirty repetitions on each leg.
Sit down and place a part of the therapeutic tape around something stable, like a bed or a chair. The other part of the tape should be put around the inner part of the right foot. Gradually pull the therapeutic tape to the left leg. Remain in this position for a moment and then bring your foot to the starting position. Make about fifteen to thirty repetitions on each foot.