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CVS Health Double Air Foam Cushioning Comfort Insoles
CVS Health Double Air Foam Cushioning Comfort Insoles
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Dr. Scholl's Women's Tri-Comfort Insoles, Size 6 to 10, 1 PR
Dr. Scholl's Women's Tri-Comfort Insoles, Size 6 to 10, 1 PR
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Dr. Scholl's Men's Pain Relief Orthotics For Plantar Fasciitis, Size 8 to 13, 1 PR
Dr. Scholl's Men's Pain Relief Orthotics For Plantar Fasciitis, Size 8 to 13, 1 PR
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CVS Health Women's Advanced Gel Orthodics, Sizes 6-10
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Dr. Scholl's Men's Comfort and Energy Memory Fit Insoles, Size 8 to 14, 1 PR
Dr. Scholl's Men's Comfort and Energy Memory Fit Insoles, Size 8 to 14, 1 PR
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CVS Health Mineral Oil Gel Toe Protector One Size
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Leg and Foot Pain

With every step you take, you exert pressure on your feet and legs, and that can lead to pain and discomfort over time. Injuries and chronic conditions can also impact the feet and legs, giving rise to pain and swelling. Fortunately, you can take steps to alleviate pain in the feet and legs with over-the-counter medications and other health products. CVS stocks a huge selection of foot and leg pain relief solutions, making it easy for you to purchase the best products for your needs online.

Topical Pain Relief

Topical pain relief products can go a long way toward easing discomfort in the feet and legs. Some products numb the skin with anesthetics like lidocaine, while others disrupt your body's ability to sense pain with ingredients that produce strong sensations like warming capsaicin or cooling menthol. Typically, anesthetic external pain relievers are used for surface injuries and problems. Heating and cooling ointments, sprays, rubs and creams are often better suited for muscle and joint discomfort.

Hot and Cold Therapy

Hot and cold compresses can provide relief from various types of foot and leg pain, and there are many products available for both types of therapy. Cold compresses decrease circulation, allowing them to ease swelling and inflammation, numb the skin and slow bleeding. Warm compresses do the opposite. They increase circulation to reduce stiffness and address muscle spasms.

Cushioning for Comfort

The shoes that you wear can worsen or even cause foot pain, but that doesn't mean that you have to replace your favorite footwear. Insoles and pads can be added to conventional shoes to provide more cushioning for the feet in order to minimize discomfort.

Solutions for Cramps

If you suffer from leg cramps, there are natural products available to address your concerns. These products are often formulated using the principles of homeopathy, a natural healing practice that dates back to the late 18th century. Although there is not enough evidence to prove that these interventions work for everyone, many people rely on them.

Important Considerations

You should never try to self-treat and diagnose foot and leg pain on your own, even though you can purchase foot and leg pain relief products without a doctor's prescription. A medical provider can determine the cause of your discomfort and decide if you require any clinical interventions. He or she can also recommend the best foot and leg pain relief products for your specific needs. To get the most out of any product and ensure your safety, only use it as directed by the manufacturer unless your physician tells you otherwise.

 

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