and_Another_ten_things have tried Souls and you can read what she had to say here.....thanks to another great customer. https://www.instagram.com/p/BVl5P7ugss7/ aa10thingsIt's been a typical week parenting a toddler rushing between ballet lessons, birthday parties, picnics, parks, beaches, the library and nursery but add in being heavily pregnant in this heat and I'm pooped. Luckily I was sent these pregnancy insoles from #soulsinsoles which protect against the preggo caused
La Vie Sophie recently wrote about her experience of using Souls on her blog. Here's what she had to say..... As someone who suffers with flat feet at the best of times, pregnancy has really put the strain on my poor old feet. All the relaxin my pregnant body has produced has resulted in my arches having collapsed completely, leaving me with veryflst feet indeed. Having collapsed arches makes walking around very painful, both for my feet and also for my poor back which is alr
We were acknowledged as a Digital Health company doing cool things in the press yesterday alongside our start up friends Moodbeam. We're both based in the Centre for Digital Innovation in Hull -- which is a great place to be. http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/business/hull-businesses-looking-out-your-124224
Scientific researchers investigated the effect of pregnancy on women’s feet, and concluded that feet are subject to irreversible changes in shape and size. Specifically, foot size and width increased often between ½ and 1 whole shoe size, and foot arches collapsed. The changes observed where permanent and do not reverse after pregnancy; and can worsen with further pregnancies. Increases in foot size lead to discomfort as shoes no longer fit properly. Reduced arch height eff
We're proud to announce that we won an award at the Humber Bizweek, Made In Hull awards. The award for new innovations coming to the market went to Souls. The award was given in recognition of Souls delivering against an the unmet need of foot support for pregnant women. See our award winning range here.
Putting your feet up as often as possible (particularly in the last trimester) will relieve feelings of leg tiredness and help reduce any swelling of your ankles. Gentle exercise - such as swimming and walking - is also an ideal way to assist blood circulation and muscle tone, whilst a low-salt diet may also help relieve aches, pains and excess swelling. If you find your feet swelling up put some ice in a towel and wrap it around your feet, this will help cool them down. Duri