Monday, 18 March 2013

Getting taller made easier!

It seems mad doesn't it? or impossible? Growing taller... But now you can defy the impossible and gain extra height when ever you want to. How? If I told you that then everybody would do it and nobody would be small... Oh okay then if you insist I will tell you. The answer lies within your shoes, by wearing height increasing insoles you too can boost your height and never have to look up to another person again.. (as long as there not 3 inches taller than you).
3 inches is all it takes to get tall... it is the difference between being tall and average height, and height increasing insoles can give you this extra height either all at once or you can adjust your height up gradually to this.

Height increasing shoe lifts where unheard of a couple years ago, it is only recently that they have gained popularity, thanks to celebs who wanted a quick way to grow taller.
Height increasing insoles where once just heel lifts which where used for medical reasons by people with leg length discrepancy's but now are available as shoe lifts for anyone wanting to look and be taller.

Instant height gain or gradual... it is totally up too you and if you wan to fool your friends or not into thinking your growing naturally...

With supports and orthotics that are actually built into most shoe lifts it is important to understand that by buying shoe lifts over just wearing high heels for women or elevator shoes for men that shoe lifts do are not uncomfortable unlike those too alternative which could lead to feet being deformed because shoe lifts don't position your feet in any uncomfortable and unnatural positions, shoe lifts have in built arch supports plus a tapered design to instead support and keep your feet in the natural position that they are meant to and have been designed to be in. Even regular flat insoles cannot do this.
Shoe lifts provide people with a fast solution to get taller.. that is both affordable (under £10 for a pair that you can swap between shoes whenever you want...) and that is comfortable too.

I have also wrote another article about foot pain which you can find here... it outline the risks or wearing regular insoles and what problems may effect you if you wear poorly fitted and flat insoles and other information regarding insoles and foot pain. You can find it here: How to ease foot pain It is important to know the information in that article if you are going to be buying some new insoles, so you know what to look out for.

How to prevent or ease foot pain

Recently I have been having severe foot cramps and pain in my feet. So i decided to research on the internet to find out a way to try and stop this from happening. In this article i will be explaining what i found out and how I eased my foot pain.

Right, I will first explain a common problem plantar faciitis that can be caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia which is basically the arch and sole bit of your feet.
The common problem is plantar faciitis which actually effect 1 in 100 people worldwide and it is mainly down to a simple thing as not wearing the right fitting shoes, or not even having the correct supports inserted or built into your insoles.
Regular insoles are not enough i say this because regular insoles are not purpose built for proper arch support or even comfort for that matter (maybe this is don't because of expense?).
Anyway just think for a moment about the shape of your feet they are not flat are they? In actual fact they have a slight arch in them... now this arch must support both your body weight and the pressure you put on it when you walk, over time this arch may weaken as you get older increasing the risk of inflammation and the tearing of this arch when this happens you develop something that is know as plantar faciitis. It is curable but it can take quite a long time to totally repair itself. So it is quite a good idea to make sure you avoid this happening in the first place. As we all know that it is quite impossible to avoid getting older and our body's do weaken as we get older but by wearing orthotic insoles you can strengthen the muscles around the plantar fascia and heel thus helping to prevent tearing and damaging. Not only does it strengthen you foot but also the orthotic insole help to stabilize you foot in the correct position meaning the risk of tearing is also reduced further.

Orthotic insoles dont just provide support for your arch, they also provide a cushion that absorbs shocks from when you walk or run that could otherwise proove to be "damaging". Plus when ever you stand you must consider that on your heel a pressure can build in one position and we all know what happens if you focus a pressure on something let say a corner of a window for instance... eventually it breaks, this principal can be very much be said for your heel as well. But syaing that orthotic insoles will spread this pressure so that it is evenly spread out through out your foot and not focused on one point instead.

Orthotic insoles are a clever way that can help anyone who is looking for a way to prevent or ease there foot pain.

So far after wearing orthotic insoles i have found that they have dramatically reduced my foot pain and i no longer get cramps in my feet.

I originally found out about orthotics here <- It is worth a read if you are still unsure about what orthotics do and how they can help.

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

a welcome message to the people

Hello and welcome to my personal blog.

This blog will hopefully tell you everything i know... and at the same time everything i dont know because it wont be on the blog... clever i know.

Well Hello everyone!