Views: 78 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-06-10 Origin: Site
The real question here is, are shoes good for your feet? At work, men wear sweaty socks and shoes or boots, while women wear high heels. We stand all day long, our feet are stuffed into a pair of shoes or boots that are too tight or too loose. When the shoes rub against different parts of our feet, bunions, corns and other deformities begin to form. Our only relief seemed to be at the end of the day when we finally got home from get off work, took off our shoes, boots or high heels, and slipped our already grateful feet into a pair of slippers.
Especially for women, too tight shoes can be a serious problem. Women usually buy shoes that are too small to avoid the heels being much higher than the toes due to high heels. Well, with the advent of online shopping, the scope of this problem is expanding, because now men are ordering shoes online, and many people are unwilling to return a pair of shoes that are too small. This is unfortunate and unhealthy.
Bunions can be particularly painful. A bunion develops when the foot is stuffed into a shoe that is too small and the big toe is pushed toward the other toes. It takes many years for bunions to develop, and those who have bunions can alleviate it by buying wider shoes and taking off shoes and putting on slippers immediately after returning home.
According to the Mayo Clinic, corns are caused by friction between the bones on our toes and our shoes when we walk. Continuous walking can cause the shoes to be too tight or too loose, rubbing the toe bones. Corns usually grow on the top of the big toe or on the side of the little toe or the smallest toe. Corn is just a callus that forms over time. Once again, a simple prevention method is to buy shoes of the right size, take off those shoes when you get home from get off work, and put your feet in slippers.
Now, both men and women are ready to take off those tight shoes and put on a pair of slippers at the end of the day. So, of course, slippers are good for your feet.