Everything about the corn and its treatment

The corns are very hard, and are present in painful areas of the skin
They often develop and grow due to pressure or friction on the legs

This happens when the skin tries to protect the affected area

This is not dangerous, but it can provoke it
They are more common among those who wear inappropriate shoes, sweat on their feet, or stand for a long day every day

Women are more affected than men

The difference between corn and callus

The corn has a distinct center that is often hard

Which may be surrounded by inflammatory skin. Corns can be painful when pressed, but calluses are not usually painful

The callus is usually larger than the cornea and has a varied shape

Corns usually occur in the soles of the feet (especially under the heels) in the palms of the hands and also in the knees

A foot stone or topical medications without a prescription can be effective in treating nails and calluses

Without seeing a doctor

Painful corns and calluses may require medical attention

The shape of the corn root

People sometimes mistakenly use the terms callus and corn, but they are not the same

What is callus

Callus is a part of the skin that becomes hard and thick due to friction, pressure or irritation

Often occurring on the legs, but can occur on the hands, elbows or knees. They are yellow or pale and tend to be tender
But because the skin is thick, it may be less sensitive than the skin around the wound
Calluses are usually larger and wider and resemble scrapes created by bones, shoes, or the ground

They appear to be in the bony area below the sixty foot skin area

What is a Corn

The corn is a kind of callus
Made from dead skin and usually formed on smooth, hairless surfaces, especially above or in front of the foot

The corns are usually small and circular and have a distinct center that can be soft

Hard corns can occur only occasionally in hard areas of the skin or where the skin is thicker or in the bony areas of the foot

Soft corns are white
They have rubber texture. They are usually found between the toes, in damp, sweaty areas

Callus signs and symptoms

Corns and calluses are usually not harmful

But sometimes it can lead to infection or scars
Especially in people with diabetes and people with anemia

Signs and symptoms

Corns and calluses can make a person feel like walking on rocks

The following symptoms may indicate a corn or callus

A thick, rough part on the skin

The skin becomes scaly and dry or becomes scaly and waxy

Pain or tenderness under the skin

Those who have poor circulation, their skin is fragile and have numbness in their legs
They should talk to their doctor before treatment

Cause and Factors of Creation

Something that causes pressure or friction on the skin

Shoes that are too tight or too high that cause pressure

Shoes that are too loose and cause friction

Socks that do not fit

Wear no socks

Barefoot walking regularly

Repeated actions such as running or walking in a particular age-specific pathway because they have less adipose tissue in the skin
They increase the risk of developing osteoporosis

As a result: wounds and other problems appear easily on the legs

People who use the tool without using gloves

Kneeling on the floor or placing your elbows on the table repeatedly

Prevent with proper shoes

When treating wounds and calluses at home, it is important not to clean the skin too much to cause pain and infection

Consult a physician before using salicylic acid, as it can cause scarring

It is best to consult a homeopath for cutting or manipulating corners or calluses

You may need regular repetition, as they may reappear

Prevent

Wash your feet with soap and water every night. Apply a moisturizer (especially moisturizer) after washing and drying them

When using the tool, use your hands with soft gloves or protective gloves

Use appropriate socks and shoes

Do not use body lotion

Wear appropriate socks

Wash your socks with soap every day

Treatment with homeopathy

Treatment with a more effective homeopathic oral medication reduces the likelihood of recurrence

It eliminates the need for surgery and relieves pain without scarring
Therefore, using homeopathic medicine eliminates the need for corn glue and the possibility of wound and infection

Because homeopathic remedies solve the underlying problem
According to my personal experience since 2001 more than 200 people (even some returning after surgery and pain) have been treated with 2 drops of homeopathy, gradually losing the effect of corn

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