3 Fashion Trends That Jeopardize Woman’s Health

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Women are willing to pay a high price in order to be modern and chik. We’re not even going to mention the amount of money they have to set aside for designer bags and shoes. But this time we will talk about health. Some clothing items should rather have warning signs than designer labels on them.

1) Big purses

In a typical woman’s bag, you can find a phone charger, wallet, makeup kit, bottle of water, book or a newspaper, sometimes even an extra pair of shoes. Although it seems that these are small things, added together they weigh a lot – up to 10 kilos. Carrying all that weight can cause pain in the shoulders and neck.

Every time you carry the weight on one side of the body over a long period of time, it causes a curvature of the spine, this results in headaches, neck pain and back pain. So what can you do? The best thing to do is achieve symmetry. Choose a bag that you can wear diagonally across your body. When you cannot avoid wearing classic bag on one shoulder make sure that you change shoulders from time to time.

2) High heels


Many women around the world love to wear high heels, but the pain they feel when they walk in them is the best indication of troubles they can cause to the body.

When you wear high heels, 5 inches high or more, foot slides forward in the shoe, putting the fingers in an unnatural position, because the weight distribution of the body is wrong.

The increased weight of the fingers pushes your body forward, and to maintain a balance your body will lean backwards. Such a posture will make your knees, hips and lower back painful. If you wear high heels every day, it will leave lasting effects on your back, not to mention the pain that you suffer every time you wear them.

This does not mean that you have to give up the shoes or sandals with high heels, but try to not wear them every day. Sometimes take a break. Take every chance when you are able to wear sneakers or ballet, especially when you go to work.

3) Skinny jeans

Skinny jeans are very popular and they look good too, but tight jeans can cause nerve damage. This disorder occurs when the pressure on the nerves on the outside of the thighs causes symptoms of stiffness and pain. If you pair this model of jeans with a pair of ultra high heels, the risk of damage to the nerves is multiplied. So choose wisely when you wear this kind of stuff. Take breaks in between and always be sure to rest your body enough before you do it again.