6. Drink More Water
Because swelling in the feet usually involves water, it seems strange that drinking even more water will reduce the swelling. But it does! When you are dehydrated, it causes the body to hang on to as much water as it can.
Drinking more lets the body know that the risk posed by dehydration has passed. In response, it will start to flush out extra fluid, thereby reducing inflammation. Aim for 6-8 eight ounces glasses of water per day.