Improper footwear can also cause problems with the spine and neck, experts warn.
Doctors of the British Society of Orthopedics, researching why more and more patients seek medical help due to foot pain, concluded that almost all of them wear inappropriate footwear.
Sore feet – a tribute to wearing high heels
Of the 2,000 people surveyed, 37 percent said they were willing to walk in uncomfortable shoes if they were fashionable, while 17 percent of men admitted to buying shoes that were not the size they wore.
At the same time, 80 percent of adults have problems with their feet – flat feet, ingrown nails, ankles.
However, foot problems do not end there.
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Improperly chosen footwear causes curvature of the spine, which can be the cause of pain in the lower back, neck and even a headache that cannot be dealt with, it was published on the website izvestia.ru.
“First of all, the right choice of footwear is important. Of course, women cannot completely give up heels, but everyday footwear should be with heels no higher than four or five centimeters and with a rounded top so that the toes would not be compressed “, pointed out the orthopedists.
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They point out that it is best for the shoes to have a strap on the lynx, so that the foot does not slide down and the toes do not squeeze.
Many women are ready to wear uncomfortable shoes, only if they are fashionable
The most dangerous for health are boat-shaped shoes with high heels, which do not support the feet at all and bend the toes.
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Scientists, however, do not forbid women to wear shoes with high heels, they only advise that they do so at least every other day, and in the meantime to wear those with lower and stable heels.
If your love for dizzyingly high heels is immeasurable, be prepared to have more and more health problems every year, warned British orthopedists.
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