Can one wear high heels without pain? I bet this is the question that came to your mind when you saw this article right?
Yes, you can!
Hmmm, interesting right?
Here are proven tips that you can help reduce your foot pain;
1. First thing first, make sure you are wearing the right size.
2. Tape your toes: tape the third and fourth toes together with nude medical tape to reduce pressure from the nerve and inflamed tissues.
3. Use gel or padded inserts: Adding pads to your shoe will make it tight, but make sure you can still move your foot around comfortably in the shoe afterward.
4. Use a rub band-aid friction block on the sensitive spots before you put shoes on to avoid blisters.
5. Wear them less: This tip is very important. You can reduce the time of wearing high heels by carrying a pair of flats. Give your feet breaks during the day.
It is no secret that there is a high tendency of ankle sprains when wearing high heels. If you follow these tricks diligently, be assured that you can wear heels without pain.
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