Saturday, 23 July 2011

Are You Painful with Womens Heels

womens heels 01 246x300 Are You Painful with Womens HeelsIn the workplace, most women have to wear high heel shoes. Womens heels make the wearers’ legs look long and slim. Womens heels also make women sexy and elegant. Women can’t wait to take your shoes off. Being fashionable can be painful, if they constantly wear high womens heels. The right type of womens heels will cause minimal to no foot pain if you take care of your feet.
Your feet are engineering marvels. They are the foundation to your body. Problems with your feet can also affect your knees, hips and back. Each foot is made up of three sections: forefoot, mid-foot and hind-foot. The forefoot involves your toes. The mid-foot is the middle section of the foot, and the hind-foot involves the ankle and heel.
Each foot is supported by three arches. Foot arches are the body’s springs and shock absorbers. They propel your feet and absorb body weight and impact when you walk, run or jump. Daily wearing of high heel shoes restricts your feet and the associated articulations and deforms the transverse and medial longitudinal arches. The transverse arch runs across the bottom of your toes, while medial longitudinal arch runs lengthwise along inside part of your foot.
Womens heels change how your feet distribute body weight. Usually, there is an increased weight distribution to the second to fourth toes which collapses the transverse arch. Your body attempts to lift and pad the fallen transverse arch with calluses. Other scar tissues will also form underneath the ball of your toes. You’ll often experience pain at the bottom of the second to fourth toes after hours of wearing womens heels.

1 comment:

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