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5 Signs That You're Wearing The Wrong Shoes

Wrong shoes put your feet in an unfavorable position, making cuts and fractures more likely. If you can't seem to pick the wrong shoes, keep in mind that 90 percent of women wear too-tight shoes, so be on the lookout for warning signs.

1. You've been the same size since you were in high school.

The arch that forms in your sole lessens over time, and your foot spreads. You may need to wear larger shoes in certain circumstances.

It's comforting to know that soles increase slightly over time, so it's not a bad idea. Simply try on a larger pair of shoes the next time you go shopping. You might be amazed at how relaxing they are.

2. Toes touch the toe box's tip.

A small space between the toe and the toe box should allow you to move your fingers. Your feet swell a bit more during the day, so by the evening, you may realize that the shoes that fit wonderfully in the morning are now stretching you. So, if you're going shopping, buy shoes at the end of the day.

3. You have blisters and calluses on your hands and feet.

Calluses and blisters on your feet indicate that you are wearing the wrong shoes or that the shoes do not fit properly in particular regions.

As a result, the shoes press against the skin of the foot, potentially causing joint damage. Even if you have mountings or ingrown nails, you can wake up. You don't have to replace your favorite shoes if they're too tiny; instead, strive to broaden them.

4. Your soles hurt at the end of the day.

If your shoes are too big, they won't provide you the support you need, and the muscles you use to keep your arch high will tighten with each stride. Plantar fasciitis and persistent inflammation might result as a result of this.

5. You have worn out your shoes.

Those too old, worn-out shoes may no longer provide the support you require. If you walk a lot, your shoes should be replaced every 9 to 12 months.

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