It is great to look good. It builds your self-confidence! While you are looking good and sharp, are you comfortable with what you are wearing? Are you 100 percent sure that the way you look right now is healthy for your overall well-being? Think again.
If you think you are uncomfortable with that you are wearing, or if you think your bag is just too big and heavy for you, then you might be creating damage to yourself. Fashion is good but sometimes these designs are not the right fit for you. And if so, this may cause danger to your body. Your neck, your spinal column, your thighs and even your back.
Let’s face it, not all that we see in runways are good for you. It may be good for them but they used the outfit for only an hour or less. And that is not really damaging to them. But if you go ahead and adapt those heels, those pumps, those tight fitting clothes and big bags to your day to day activities, then you might be in danger.
Here are some dangers that you may not be aware of:
High heeled shoes. While wearing high heels are great accessories and finishing to your whole ensemble, these shoes may not be healthy for your feet. Your high heels could be presently disrupting your natural balance and stability. Wearing high heeled shoes for a long period causes the pelvic region to angle forward so as to maintain your mid-gravity. The curve in your back also adjusts to this sudden change in equilibrium and stability. Remember that your body is in superior harmony when your both feet are flat on the ground. Sometimes, your combat shoes could be better and healthier for you.
Check out: What happens if you stop wearing heels? When you wear heels over an extended time, the tissues that connect your calf muscles to your heel bones can become shorten. When you stop wearing high heeled shoes, you will feel pain in your heels. This is just temporary as your body is getting used to adjusting its new balance. Consult with medical experts or the nearest Managed Care Organization in your area for better care and treatment of your feet, spine and back.
Tight Clothing. Women are more cautious of fashion trends to the point of wearing tighter clothing than men. First of all tight clothes hinder your daily actions. Simple sitting, walking, bending and other activities become limited. Secondly, tight clothing could affect your breathing and it becomes a challenge for anyone. Your back could be negatively impacted and your breasts could be too squeezed.
Large and heavy bags and bag packs. The use of over weighted bag tends to disrupt the equilibrium along the shoulders, creates more stress on the neck, your spine and your back. This is not good for your body. So be careful with bags that are overly weighted. Keep things at minimum so that you don’t have to be carrying an overly weighted bag.
Main point here is if you are not comfortable then you are not fashionable. Comfy is the fashion these days and no matter what new trends are coming in, make sure that you are comfortable with it.