High heels are an irreplaceable part of a great outfit, however, these beautiful fashion accessories may bring about certain serious health issues.
Speaking generally, high heels are a must in every woman’s closet and women usually wear them every day. They go well with every possible combination, be it daily or evening, casual or elegant, they simply make an outfit look even better.
Sadly, the information we’re going to share with you in this article does not go in favor of wearing high heels.
This is a warning to all high heel fans!
The results of several studies that examined the effects of wearing high heels on one’s overall health, showed that wearing high heels seriously affects the health of one’s spine, knees, hips, ankles and feet.
A detailed study has been conducted in order to prevent women from wearing high heels all the time and make them aware of the serious consequences of doing so. The study found that 1 in 10 women wears high heels at least 3 days a week, which is more than usual.
Foot problems are most commonly the result of wearing high heels too frequently.
Natalie A. Nevins, a specialist from Hollywood, California, claims that wearing high heels very frequently may lead to long-term health problems.
Due to the constant unnatural position of your toes when wearing high heels, problems such as ingrown toenails, bunions, nerve damage and tendon damage might arise.
Frequent or constant wearing of high heels is also closely linked to the occurrence of osteoarthritis of knees, plantar fasciitis, leg muscle injuries and low back pain.
What’s really concerning is the fact that every second woman is familiar with this and still decides to wear them. Women simply cannot give up wearing amazing, fabulous high heels.
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