High heel shoes Looks Sexy, But ..

Wearing high-heeled shoes, not only make you look more slender. You also look sexy, especially when you are already so.

But, wait. Behind it there is that you should consider. That is, the possible effects of such injuries causing your heel pain that can be very annoying.

In connection with the habit of wearing high-heeled shoes, one afternoon, a patient, a woman, the teaching profession, young, beautiful, tall, slim comes in consultation with complaints of pain in the heel of the right foot.

Yes, although I have not checked, from symptoms and pain are typical locations like that, chances are, "plantar fasciitis." Pain due to inflammation of the fascia, the connective tissue in your heel bone, I replied. Then the doctor, "what is the cause?" .......... "It ya, one culprit, your shoes and high heels this harsh, I replied" ...... "Yes, it could be a doctor, if I wear these shoes, especially when teaching and standing long, sometimes painful one dock. But doctor, I was used to wearing these shoes, and it feels less confident when wearing normal shoes," said the patient was again.

As I mentioned above, the typical heel pain like that in medicine known as plantar fasciitis. A painful inflammation that occurs due to an emphasis on the fascia, tendons, connective tissue on the heel bone levers. While elsewhere in the soles of your feet may also appear.

Then, several risk factors associated with the onset of these complaints include: the habit of using high heels, heel shoes are hard, ill-fitting shoes, comfortable. As the patient above, prolonged standing as a teacher or a professional dentist is also a risk factor for this disease. Walking or running on uneven surfaces, loud, overweight, and other factors that may result in injury, damage to the connective tissue of your feet can also trigger similar complaints.

Cases of the disease is quite often found. According to one study of 10 people have had this complaint for life. Women more often experience it, is not known what causes it, may be linked to obesity as risk factors are more common in women after menopause, or simply because women are more likely to use high-heeled shoes that had it.

So, if you experience this, "what to do, or how to prevent it?"

These complaints can sometimes improve themselves. If the complaint does not improve or gets worse you should consult a doctor. In the meantime, you can take mild analgesics such as paracetamol. In addition, try to reduce the pressure, the load on the heels of a pain as your foot rest, avoid uneven road surfaces, hard, can also help. Stretching exercises by pulling the tip of your feet inward (your body), compress with ice water, and physiotherapy can also relieve pain caused by plantar fasciitis this.

Then, more importantly, like any disease, is prevention. Among the precautions you can take are: reduce your weight, especially if you are over-weight. Weight reduction will also reduce stress, injury, damage to the connective tissue (fascia) on your heels. Stretching exercises (stretching) on ​​the soles of your feet, which you do regularly can reduce the chances of disease attack you. Avoid high heels, hard soles, the shoes that fit, comfortable, relatively soft soles is an important factor to prevent it.

So even if you look more sexy with high heels, watch, pain due to plantar fasciitis can be very disturbing you.