Why Do My Feet Hurt?
the end of a long day, do you complain about your poor,
aching feet? Youre not alone. More than 80 percent
of Americans complain about their feet hurting at some time
during their lives. Foot pain is the third most common ailment
afflicting Americans colds are the first, tooth decay
Blame Step Shock for Your Foot
So, why do your feet hurt? Each step you take generates a
jarring force 50 percent greater than your body weight. We
call this painful impact step shock. The average
person walks as many as three to four miles everyday on hard
surfaces. Incredibly, the feet of a 165-pound man bear a cumulative
weight of 660 tons a day! Women who wear high heels endure
even more foot pain than men. That's because wearing high
heels doubles the weight borne by the ball of the foot. No
wonder millions of Americans experience foot pain. Step shock
has been proven by sports medicine to be the leading cause
of foot pain. Unfortunately, step shock doesnt stop
at your feet. The pain-causing shock waves travel upward into
your knees, hips and back, which causes knee pain, hip pain,
backache and back pain.
Shox shock absorbing shoe insoles stop step shock
and the foot
pain, heel pain, knee
pain and back pain it causes.
Shock Absorbers for Your Foot Pain
No part of your body needs more protection from pressure and
impact than the soles of your feet. Thats the reason
the skin on the bottom of your feet is thicker and denser
than on the rest of your body. The fatty pads on the soles
of your feet are your natural shock absorbers. After enduring
years of step shock, your natural shock absorbers begin to
thin and wear out. So, you suffer more foot pain as you get
older. You have to replace the natural shock absorbers on
the bottom of your feet after years of wear and tear
just like you have to replace your cars shock absorbers
after a certain number of miles.
Foot Shox shoe inserts
replace your worn-out shock absorbers and relieve foot pain,
knee pain and back pain caused by step shock.
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