Stilettos(high heels) can be harmful to health

There is hardly any women who don’t have a pair of high heels in her wardrobe.High heels gives a perfect shape to your body and up-grade your personality.But apart from having benefits high heels can be unhealthy for your body.

It is very obvious that beauty demands sacrifices and here you are sacrificing your health for wearing high heels.According to the latest surveys the number of women who are negatively effected by wearing high heels is very large and this number is increasing day by day.

High heels are not at all comfortable when it comes to a long journey it not only creates pain in your legs but possesses many other health disadvantages.It negatively effects your posture and can create a permanent back pain problems.It has negative effects on your joints to.

The other problem which comes from high heels is your balance problem.Wearing high heels can be very dangerous as any time you can loose your balance and can injure your ankle.Women during their pregnancy time are strictly suggested not to wear stilettos as it can be very harmful for their pregnancy.It can also effect your toes,feet,foot skin and even hips.Many women tend to choose very tight and high heels footwear for looking great but do not forget that your health is your life and it should be taken care of.You will look more beautiful if you posses good health not good heels.

  1. Try choosing those heels which are up to three inches.
  2. Choose comfortable footwear for yourself not the fashionable one.
  3.  Try not to wear same shoes for a long time as they need a proper wash from time to time.
  4.   Suggest your children not to wear high heels as to day many teenage girls go for stilettos and injury them-self.

“The information present here is for general purpose please consult your doctor before taking any medication/therapy”

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