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Flip-flops are recommended every year, and the versatile and timeless classic flip-flops are also very suitable for summer wear. Flip-flops with thin straps are the most popular in previous years. They usually go downstairs to pick up takeaway, throw out trash, take a walk in the neighborhood... just step on it and go. With the advent of thick-strap flip-flops, people feel that thick-strap flip-flops are more comfortable to wear. Moreover, the larger the area occupied by the shoelaces on the thick-strap flip flops, the less likely it is to cause muscle fatigue. This style looks more like a pair of "serious sandals", and petite girls can also choose the thick-soled style to secretly increase their height. Compared with thin-strap slippers, this style of slippers has an obvious advantage-it doesn't strangle your feet, and you don't have to worry about a small "person" being strangled out of your feet when you walk around in it.
However, flip-flops are very controversial, and doctors do not recommend them because flip-flops have no curvature. Not only can they not properly support your arches and reduce foot vibration, but they will also change the way people walk. According to the orthopedic surgeon at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, because we always want to use our toes to fix the light soles on the soles of the feet, such unreasonable tension will cause calf or stretch a nerve in the buttocks and back. system. Flip-flops can also cause other injuries, such as bruised toes and toenails, leading to cuts, bruises, bacterial infections, not to mention chronic pinched toes. There is also concern about sunburn. All exposed parts need to wear sunscreen to prevent skin diseases. Not ready to ditch your flip flops? The American Foot Medicine Research will ask you some common questions: Make sure your feet are on the shoes without shifting. Gently bend the sandals from the beginning to the end to ensure that the curvature of the bend is consistent with the feet. So if you like flip flops, don't walk in flip flops for more than 2-3 hours.
In public swimming pools, beaches, hotel rooms and other public places, you have to wear your own flip-flops when changing clothes, and you will get plantar warts and beriberi and foot odor if you go barefoot. Don't have to wear those flip flops for two years. Check out old shoes for damage. If it has been seriously damaged, discard it. If you feel pain between your toes (between your thumb and forefinger), don't take it lightly. Most likely already blistered or infected. If the distance is long, you can't wear flip flops. No amount of flip-flops can effectively absorb the shock and support the arch of the foot. Do not wear sandals when exercising, otherwise it is easy to sprain your feet or ankles.