Can your shoes be causing your heel pain?

We all love showing off new shoes. A new pair of sneakers can give your morning run a newboost, and there is nothing better than that extra centimeter of confidence that comes with a new pair of high-heeled shoes just bought for a job interview.

However, fashion is not the only factor that should be taken into account when buying new shoes; it is fundamental to think also on your feet. If your shoes do not sit well or do not provide sufficient support to your plantar arches, they can cause heel pain in the long run. This can have an adverse impact on your daily life, which may leave you inactive for a specified period or inhibit you from having fun with your friends on the dance floor. Continue reading our information and find out how different types of footwear can cause heel pain and what precautions you should take to end this problem.

 Walking and Running Shoes

When it comes to sports shoes, there are different styles designed and designed for specific sporting activities, whether they are long distance runs or just going to the gym. Models may vary depending on your training level, as well as the type of pavement where you do it. Good walking or jogging shoes should give you extra support to minimize the stress of underarm muscles by giving you a “cushion” that helps prevent calcaneal pain or plantar fasciitis. The best sports footwear for back painto tackle this problem is what supports, aligns and distributes muscle tension evenly along your foot, minimizing theimpact on the heel.

Remember that you can opt for a wide variety of styles of sports footwear, and you should choose the one that best suits your sport. A good sportswear store should tell you which footwear best suits your purpose. For extra support, while doing sports, try the Scholl GelActivSportsinsole. They are specially designed to help absorb muscle shocks, reduce pressure on joints and allow you to exercise for longer and enjoy a healthy lifestyle away from the discomfort caused by heel pain.

High heels

It’s official: high heels are here to stay! Unfortunately, there are an endless number of elegant high-heeled shoes that are hidden in the wardrobe, instead of adding extra inches to your confident footsteps. While these could be a proud purchase, many women postpone it while thinking of the discomfort and pain they would be subjectedto.

Regardless of which pair you choose, it is important that these serve you correctly. When you are buying them, remember that you should try on the shoes, both on the left foot and on the right foot (most of us have one foot bigger than the other!). Make sure there is enough room to move the big toe while walking. Fortunately, with the new Scholl GelActiv Insoles for Lady, you’ll be wearing your favorite high heels more often than you might imagine. These discreet insoles have been specially designed so that when you put on your high heels, you feel like you’re wearing a pair of sneakers so you can ruin and enchant the dance floor for much longer.

 Robust Work Shoes

From police officers to workers in the construction industry, many of us spend our working hours standing up. For some, especially those working overseas, they have to wear sturdy footwear to protect their feet, often with reinforced steel toe caps, depending on the professional activity they perform.

At the end of a day’s work, the pressure that this footwear effects on the feet results in tiredness and pain. While this type of footwear must be solid from the outside, it is important that the interior is “cushioned,” acting as a shock absorber each time your feet come into contact with the ground. If you work all day standing, the Scholl GelActive Professional Insoles can help. GelActiv technology softens the impact your feet suffer from hitting the ground and offers long, enduring support, allowing you to perform your work comfortably and painlessly until you relax on the sofa with your feet elevated.

Like walking and jogging shoes, it is important that your work shoes have good arch and heel support to minimize inflammation.

Whether you’re working, dancing or running, even the most rugged footwear will wear out over time, providing less support to your heels. For athletes, it is recommended that they change their tennis shoes every 5 or 6 months. Fortunately, if you alternate your daily choice of footwear, you will find that your favorite shoes last much longer. Remember that finding the perfect fit is important when looking for new shoes, and it is always a good idea to try the right shoe and the left shoe. The insoles are a fantastic way to provide a little extra “cushion” between your feet and the ground and add more comfort to your feet.

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