My headache came on suddenly and felt like someone drilling into the back of my skull. Since then that pain has gone but I have had a constant headache. The pain is not touched by drugs, have tried ...
You know when you realise that your leg has gone numb because you have been sitting on it for ages. Do you dread or look forward to the mad pins and needles sensation as your leg slowley comes back ...
I feel your pain. No s#*t, I work as a bartenderwaitress & I run after my kid all day.... Just know there are throbbing feet & cramping calves there with you.
Maybe you have planters faciitis. It feels like rocks in your heals. You maybe able to get special insoles for your shoes that will help out a lot. A friend of mine said she bought some Birkestock shoes and they were the most comfortable things she had ever worn. They are made in Germany and arnet cheap but how much are comfortable feet worth to you.
I walk on cement floors all day at work for about 10 hours a day (we only sit at break time and lunch) so I know what you feel like - best advise - invest in some good shoes.
I know what that feels like. Try a set of doctor scholls shoe inserts they will do wonders. Also make sure that you have good shoes. If you are on your feet a lot they mite just be wore out. I am a Med Tech and have wore out a good pair of $85.00 Nike's in six month's.
are you crazy?
You have to wear good shoes that support your feet and socks that let you feet breathe. Put your legs up at above heart level for an hour after you come home from work. This helps the blood to equalize in your body. Use a large pillow for that. Good shoes and having a Dr look at your feet would help with your pain.
Buy GOOD sneakers for work (cross trainers!). I got a good pair of New Balance cross trainer shoes for $65, and I LOVE them. I have heel spurs, and it's painful...take anti-inflamatory meds (ibuprofin). Stretch your calves every day (it really does help), and put orthodics in your sneakers. The pain can go away without cortisone shots, I promise!
its all about the shoes you wear. i am in the same situation and had to go through 4 different pairs of shoes until i found the right ones, and using insoles help too.