High heels are every woman’s favorite choice of shoes. We just love the feeling when we dress up and put our favorite pair of high heels on, it’s like noting can stop us then. But as much as we love wearing them, we just hate how much our feet hurt after a while. But there’s no price we aren’t willing to pay for beauty.
One recent survey by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) conducted on 1,000 US adults ages 18 and older – showed that nearly half of all women (49 percent) wear high heels, even though the majority of heel wearers (71 percent) complain these shoes hurt their feet.
We never let pain get in the way when it comes to looking beautiful. Not even the chronic discomfort and pain will deter us from buying those strappy stilettos which we know aren’t comfortable but look amazing. When we ask women what do they do when a pair of shoes hurts and causes pain and discomfort they say they still wear them anyways.
Wearing shoes that are tight or constrict the natural shape of your foot will cause inevitable pain and discomfort and when you add the high heels in the mix then you just know you’re in for a long night of excruciating foot pain. In addition to restricting the foot, you are also increasing the weight on the area that is restricted, so you’re not only crushing your toes, but you’re crushing them and then putting weight on them at the same time.
Even though we know that high heels don’t cause bunions, if you have them they’ll make the situation worse for sure. If high heels are your preferred type of shoes you’ve probably seen your fair share of corn and calluses. These are pretty common among high heel wearers and usually appear on the toes or the sides of the foot. The most common reason why corns and calluses appear is pressure from shoes that don’t fit just right.
However, high heel pain will become a problem of the past because we have the solution for you. In the video below you will find a couple of neat trick which will help you eliminate foot pain and make life in high heels much easier. Watch the video below and remember what to do next time you plan to wear your favorite pair of high heels if you want to have an amazing pain-free night!