Morton's neuroma develops more often among women preferring high heel shoes. Over the last ten years, the number of patients with this disease has increased two times. Scientists attribute this including with uncomfortable shoes.
Morton's neuroma is manifested in the thickening of the nerves of the foot. This is due to chronic inflammation in nervous tissues. Scientists conducted a survey of women 40-69 years. Many have noted intense pain in the legs due to wearing shoes with high heels.
Numbness of the feet and the development of dangerous disease threatens people with diabetes, obesity, and other diseases. Wearing uncomfortable shoes is threatened deformity of the foot and plenty of consequences due to the unnatural shape of the pads.