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They’re stylish, they’re colorful, they come in many different sizes and comfort levels, they’re shoes. One thing about shoes is, everybody has a favorite style or pair, but have you ever stopped to think that that nagging pain in your back may not be due to working out or lifting heavy objects, but based on the shoes you wear?
Types of shoes:
When trying to figure out what type of shoe will really make a statement with a particular outfit that you are planning to wear, women have quite a selection of choices to consider. Some of the shoe styles women may choose from include: wedges, ballerina slippers, lace-ups, canvas shoes, flip flops, loafers, mules, Gladiator sandals. To dive deeper into the shoe journey, we also match our type of shoe with the particular outfit or occasion we are attending. There is no surprise that when dressing professional, you are most likely to wear a pair of flats or a short- heeled shoe. If you’re going out for a date or night on the town, you may turn to your favorite pair of heels (or simply a pair of cute flats).
The effects of certain shoes:
No matter the style of shoe you wear, they all come with their own disadvantages. Did you know that if a woman wears high heels on a daily basis, she is at risk for developing joint pain due to the shoe’s lack of shock absorption? It also can cause: callouses, shortened Achilles tendons, pain in the lower back, and sprained ankles. High heels aren’t alone in this situation, though. Wearing flat shoes can cause you a bit of pain as well. Flat shoes with no support have been noted to cause: Plantar Fasciitis, fallen arches, tearing of tendons, ingrown toenails, bone infections, and an assortment of back, hip, and knee problems.
Keep that pep in your step:
With all these things being said, how do you feel now when deciding what shoe to wear? Don’t be fooled, you can still wear these shoes, just in moderation. Also, consider adding extra arch support when wearing shoes that have little or no arches.
Article submitted by Sade Bolling.