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Ever wonder why your feet don’t hurt while you’re wearing heels but they drive you nuts after you take them off? A group of scientists from Manchester Metropolitan University did a study with two groups of women, one wearing heels and one not, to see if they could figure it out. They found that wearing a pair of shoes shortened fibres in the calf muscle as the heel of the foot was elevated. But don’t worry, there’s hope. "If you stand on your tip toes and lower your heels up and down again it will stretch out the tendons making it easier to walk without heels…If you do this about 20 times a day it should be sufficient to prevent this happening.”
Do you have this problem? If so, how do you deal with it?