Ritu SinghImagine yourself in a knock-out black outfit. Your make-up and hair are all done. Still, something seems amiss! You look around and slip into those perfect high heels to complete the pretty picture. Now, tall and confident, you strut around in those 6 inches, and your walk gets a new swish and spice. You start feeling oh-so-sexy and those extra inches just compliment your style statement and find a permanent place in your wardrobe. While reading this also, your mind must be racing towards all your assorted possessions. Okay ladies, now stop reading and smiling, and follow my advice. Throw away all your heels. Yes, you heard me right!Without pain, comes no gain. True that, and beauty of course demands a dangerous price in this case. Heels and pain are two sides of the same coin. According to some researchers, wearing high heels is even worse than smoking. This statement depicts the extent to which those high heels can harm the person wearing them. But, in this era of fashion and glamour, statements like these take a backseat. Surprisingly most women are not even aware of the menacing consequences that the repeated use of certain footwear can bring about. In this age of science and technology, we have become more aware of our bodies than ever before. What to eat, what to drink, how to exercise, what to avoid and a plethora of other do’s and don’ts rule our lives. But amid this, we often ignore an important aspect –foot care – and thus jeopardise our health, thanks to ignorance.
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