While you may think a heel is a comfortable, comfortable place for your foot to rest, it’s a different story for the heel itself.
In fact, according to a new study, the heel is not necessarily a comfortable place to rest your foot when you’re standing.
The researchers, from the University of Michigan and the University, of British Columbia, surveyed more than 7,000 people.
They found that people who walked around with their heels in their shoes were more likely to fall over or get injured.
The study, published in the International Journal of Occupational Health, also found that when people walked on their feet, they were more prone to pain.
And while heel pain may not be as debilitating as people think, it can still be quite painful, according the researchers.
“People who have their heels up are more likely than people who don’t to have the foot move,” said study co-author Dr. Andrew A. Smith, a professor of physical therapy and occupational therapy at the University.
“But if the heel isn’t in place, it may not cause pain.
It may be a placebo effect.”
The researchers found that the heel’s position is influenced by a variety of factors.
It’s likely to be tilted toward the inside of the foot, making it more likely that the shoe will have a softer surface, or a less cushioned surface, the researchers found.
It also may affect the height of the heel, as higher heels are often positioned higher on the body.
The shoes the researchers tested also were made with softer materials.
These materials may make the shoes less comfortable to walk in, Smith said.
A heel that is elevated can also make it harder to get your foot back into the position that you’re comfortable in.
“It makes the whole thing uncomfortable and puts your foot at a disadvantage,” he said.
The bottom line, however, is that if you’re looking to buy a pair of shoes, you’re going to have to be very careful about how you position your foot.
“If you walk around with your heels up, and your feet are just a little bit lower than they should be, it will make the heel more prone,” Smith said of the effect.
If your foot isn’t aligned correctly, you may get a little more pain.
If you don’t want to be putting yourself at risk for injury, Smith recommends that you wear a safety boot or some other type of footwear that provides support to your heel.
He also recommends wearing the right size shoes.
“You can have some safety boots that are just too small, but you want them to have a cushioning effect, so that you can put your foot in a good position,” Smith added.
In addition, Smith says, you can’t walk around in a tight-fitting pair of heels because they’re not comfortable.
“A lot of times people say, ‘I have no idea why I’m wearing my heels in heels,’ ” Smith said, adding that if people are walking in tight heels, it could lead to the foot sliding over the bottom of the shoe and injuring themselves.
You can check out the study here.
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