Narrow Shoes for Narrow Feet
Do you have back pain?
Do you have narrow feet or ill-fitting shoes?
The thing is that if you’re shoes don’t fit right, at the very least, you’ll be crabby! At worst, you can have back, foot, and neck problem. Some common conditions include Plantar Fasciitis. Other conditions include corns, bunions, blisters, and calluses. According to CVS, these are more common in women. CVS also says that ill-fitting shoes can even cause hammer toes, heel pain, and athlete’s foot. And don’t forget about big toe arthritis and bone spurs.
The National Institute on Aging indicates that clues to your overall health can be indicated by foot health. If any of the 26 bones in the human foot is out of wack or not aligned properly, it negatively affects the rest of your body. So, yeah, wow, even a tiny bone, when unaligned, can put your body at risk for health issues.
According to Foot Health Facts
The cause of additional problems in your hips, knees, and ankles. Needless to say, it is apparent that foot health is imperative. This is probably even more poignant for people with narrow feet.
CVS Health Information Center, accessed online June 16, 2016.
National Institute on Aging as noted online in Wikipedia.
Foot Health Facts: Healthy Feet for An Active Life, accessed online on June 17, 2017.
Written by Leslie Jones, MS. Jones earned a double major in Philosophy and Psychology from Guilford College, and a Master’s degree in Technical Communication from North Carolina State University.