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Soak them at two different temperatures. In other words, put them in water as cold as you can stand for 10 to 15 minutes… then put your feet into hot water for the same length of time. And continue until your feet feel better. Podiatrist Dr. Leslie Campbell says that alternately constricts and dilates blood vessels, and helps flush away the fluid that causes swelling and that dog-tired, on-your-feet-all-day feeling. And to draw out even more excess fluids? Add Epsom salts to the water. 

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