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Wearing High Heels Don't Just Harm Your Feet- See 3 Other Body Parts They're Harmful To.

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The reality is that a lot of women go through a lot of undisclosed pains because of the wearing if high heels- I call it one of the pains you feel for looking elegant. But, ladies should come to the realization that it's not just your feet that you're harming, and wearing high heels could result in serious health complications. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Therefore, these article will enlighten ladies on three (3) other body parts aside from the feet that can get damaged as a result of wearing an high heel. Read and Enjoy!

1. Knees. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

As shown in the picture above, when putting in an high heel, your body weight moves toward your tip toes, and this in this in turn results in the knee moving forward so as to maintain balance. This then mounts extra pressure in the knees, and this can cause stiffness, restricted motion and joint pains.

2. Hip pains. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Hip pains can result from frequent wearing of high heels or putting on high heels for a long period of time. Note that when you put in an high heel, the position of the spine and hips changed so as to keep the balance of the body. However, the changes in the positioning of the spines and hips can cause shortening and contraction of muscles.

3. Spine. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

When you put on an high heel, the spine's gentle curvature as shown above, becomes excessive and this results in spine shift. This shift can result in back pains.

I hope that after reading this article, all ladies will reduce or totally stop the wearing of high heels.

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