Myth #1: Wearing high shoes or boots in high-temperature offices.
Expert Tip: It must be true that the shoes are warm, but in the warmer offices, the feet are still not suitable for heavy shoes. The heat is uncomfortably flustered. It may also be due to fungal infections and ankles caused by too much sweating. Therefore, it is recommended that office workers prepare a pair of lightweight shoes in the office, which can effectively relieve fatigue and heat in the feet.
Misunderstanding 2: As the children's feet grow up, in order to save money, when buying shoes for children, they simply buy a bigger one, or the families of relatives and friends have 80 percent of new used shoes that can also be worn for children. .
Expert Tip: Because the child is growing up, so to buy shoes for children can not save money. First of all, if the "greedy" buys bigger size shoes, the space between the shoes and the child's feet is too large to provide sufficient support. The child is prone to fall or accidents. Second, each person's foot has a different shape, and the shoe will deform with the wearer's foot. Wearing shoes worn by others not only does not fit the feet, but it also affects the development of the feet. When grown up, it is prone to foot problems.
Misunderstanding 3: Because of the large body size, it is always expensive for fat people to wear shoes. In order to wear longer, and increase support, fat people should buy harder, firmer shoes.
Expert Tip: Because of the large body, fat people should wear soft shoes. Because fat people are more stressed than normal people, joints and metatarsophalangeal joints are under more pressure. The strong shoes will not only increase the support force, but will also increase the burden on these joints, resulting in strain and foot pain. Fat people should choose shoes with soft soles and strong shock absorption. In addition, in order to prevent an ankle sprain, it is best for fat people to wear shoes with slightly higher shoes and reinforced shoes on both sides so that they can share the support and stabilize the ankle.
Myth #4: Buying shoes with thicker soles for the elderly and children is not only wear-resistant but also flexible. The elderly do not walk often. It is normal for a pair of shoes to wear for several years.
Expert Tip: In fact, if the elderly and children wear thick shoes at the end, it is easy to weaken the contact between the feet and the ground, losing balance causing wrestling. Thin shoes should be worn on the soles of the shoe so that it is easy to balance the body. In addition, regardless of the amount of activity of the elderly, once the non-slip pattern of the sole is worn out, it should be discarded.
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