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Why choose flat shoes?

Mar 06, 2019
Ultra Breathable Running Shoes.jpgShoes and health are everyone's concern, and there are differences in the evaluation of flat shoes. Some people say that flat shoes are unfavorable to health. Because of uneven force on the soles, it is easy to damage the health of the feet, and it is not shock-proof, which will damage the spine and brain. Similar statements are often found in newspapers. But these are the opinions of laymen. From a professional point of view, there is no possibility of any unhealthy health in flat shoes. No one has been injured by wearing flat shoes. First of all, flat shoes are closest to barefoot. The medical community recognizes that barefoot is good for health. There is no disagreement, so flat shoes are not likely to have problems, and flat shoes are the most beneficial for sports. There is no scientific basis for shock absorbers. On the contrary, the vibration generated by human movement is not only harmless but beneficial to the human body.

Many articles have made it difficult for flat shoes. They think that the heel of the flat shoes is too heavy, which is easy to cause damage to the heel, and the flat shoes have poor shock absorption function, which will affect the health of the spine and brain. As with the health theory of shoes, there is no scientific basis for this.

In fact, when standing barefoot and wearing flat shoes, although the heel is more stressed than the sole of the foot, it conforms to the mechanical structure of the foot and does not damage the heel. I have already analyzed it theoretically before, and then look at the actual situation. The foot injury caused by excessive exercise is called "running fracture" in the clinic, and it is also called "walking foot". Named after the soldiers who took part in walking. The disease is more common in racing, walking and gymnasts, textile workers, and porters. Its main damage is the soft tissue of the tibia of the forefoot and its surroundings. This also proves in practice that the heel's bearing capacity is much greater than the sole of the foot, because the first foot is always damaged. If you wear a heel, the appearance of the forefoot injury will undoubtedly be earlier and more serious. The heel is much stronger than we think. Its damage is mostly caused by accidental injuries or accidents such as falling from a height, and it is accompanied by multiple fractures such as the spine pelvis, which is not a sports injury. People who often wear heel shoes, occasionally wearing flat shoes may have heel pain, and patients who stay in bed for a long time are more obvious. This is the result of long-term lack of weight on the heel and shrinkage of the fat pad of the foot. It will disappear quickly after adaptation.