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The Damage of High Heels

You may look smokin’ in your Louboutins, but your feet and calves are screaming for help as soon as you put them on. The fact is, wearing high heels on a regular basis can shorten fibers in your calf muscles which can lead to injury and may even change the way you walk.

The Damage of High Heels

Typically, women who wear heels often have shorter, more forceful strides than normal and their feet are normally in a flexed, toes-pointed position. This way of walking even continues after they’ve kicked off their heels and are walking barefoot. The result? The fibers in your calves are shortened and strain is put on your calf muscles. Plus, walking in heels mostly makes you rely on your muscles rather than tendons, leaving your Achilles tendon weak and susceptible to injury and your muscles end up fatigued.

The problems don’t stop there, though. For chronic heel wearers, if you switch back to sneakers or flats you could end up injured just because your foot isn’t used to the new position.

So here’s the solution: stay away from sky-high heels – at least cut it down to once or twice a week. Have to wear them every day? Then try and take them off as often as you can, such as when you’re sitting at your desk.

Ultimately, the decision is yours, but is the pain really worth having great looking legs?

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