High Heels Are Dangerous For Women - Doctors

High Heels Are Dangerous For Women – Doctors

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The love of high heels can play a trick on women.

First of all, constantly wearing high heels will not add beauty to your legs. Damage to the joint of the thumb (valgus bone) occurs as a result of prolonged wearing of “studs”. Women who wear high heels frequently tend to have large forefoot area and deformed big toes.

As the height of the heel increases, the weight of the body shifts towards the inner edge of the foot and the pressure on the big toe increases. High-heeled shoes can change your foot placement and posture, with long-term health consequences.

It takes more energy and muscle activity to maintain balance in a sleek but unsteady shoe. Therefore, the posture changes and the body leans forward somewhat. An additional load is created on the back, which can lead to an overload of the spine. For example, a recent survey of 200 young women showed that 58% of those who wore high heels regularly experienced back pain.

High-heeled shoes are less stable than flat shoes and they make the whole body more unstable, have problems maintaining a symmetrical posture and balance can be affected.

In order to more or less firmly stand on your feet and be able to move around in high-heeled shoes, the ankle joint is extended, and this is a very unstable joint position, in which it is very easy to twist the leg and even get injured.

 

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