The leg is known as the second heart of mankind, so we need to take care of the ingredients that we notice on our feet to have healthy legs always.Healthy and healthy legsNatural and abnormal foot changesEach person takes ten thousand steps a day, three million steps a year, and in every step he takes two to three times his weight on the legs. Over time, this causes injury that is natural due to age.These injuries are:The leg gradually gets longer and wider.- The arc is flattened.- Fat falls and heel.- There is limited movement and dryness of the wrists and legs.- Balance when walking decreases.Sometimes, changes in the leg are caused, which is abnormal. Of course, many of them are preventable, and the most important factor in preventing is the use of appropriate shoes.Some of these changes are:- Hallux Valgus (deformation of toe toe)- Bending your toes- Fingernail (severe fingers bending)- Deviation of the small finger of the foot to the outside- Creation of a cervix, a blisters, a wound or an infection (due to the high pressure of the shoe on the finger bone)- Pressure on the nerve tissue of the toes- Arthritis (swelling of the joints of the toes)Many foot disorders are eliminated by changing the type of shoe. Chronic leg problems may also be treated with orthopedic appliances. In more severe cases, it is possible to find the right treatment by referring to an orthopedic surgeon.Suitable shoesInappropriate size shoes cause the foot to many diseases, including deformity of the fistula (haloxus valgus), cervix, blisters and flexor of the fingers.Research conducted by an Orthopedic Association of Wrist and Foot shows that:- Of all ten women, nine are wearing tight and small shoes.Of all ten women, eight say their shoes are painful.Of all ten women, seven have a history of deformity, flexion of the fingers, or other painful leg problems.- Women suffer from leg problems due to wearing tight shoes ten times as much as men.Of all ten women with leg problems, the use of tufted shoes has been the cause of the inconvenience of nine people.Shoe relationship with fallingFoot injuries, such as diseases or injuries caused by shoes, make it difficult to walk and cause a person to fall.More than eleven million (one in three) elderly (65 or older) have leg problems. This figure is twice as high as the number of adults (one in six), and most women are female. As has been said, research has shown that 90 percent of women wear tight shoes. But he has to choose the shoes for the sake of comfort, not because of fashion. The comfort of the shoe is essential to maintain stability, movement and body safety.Recommendations for buying shoesWe are all incapable of injuring the legs and wrists, but by wearing the appropriate shoes – so that it is in the natural state of our feet – this can be avoided. Although the type of shoe is also very important, the important thing in choosing a shoe is that it can easily protect legs.The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons has recommendations that we consider to be less difficult to follow:- When you buy shoes, try both loungers on your feet.- Ladies should not wear shoes with heels higher than five centimeters.- Try to buy new shoes in the afternoon, because the legs usually swell and become larger during the day because of sitting and standing up.- The shoe must be fully sized in the heel and paw section.There must be at least one centimeter of space between the top of the highest toe and the front of the shoe.- For most people, one foot is bigger than the other one. Fit the size of your shoe with a larger leg.- After wearing new shoes, walk a bit to make sure it’s comfortable.- Size varies depending on the type of shoe. Compare the size of the shoes with your foot, not according to the number written on it.- When you have shoes, you should be able to move your fingers freely.- If the shoe is tight, do not buy it in the hope of being opened and sized.Some high-heeled shoes have a sharp tip that pushes your toes and gives them an abnormal triangular shape. The heel of the shoe is taller, the pressure on the forehead will be higher. This pressure is pushed forward and ultimately pushed into the claws and it damages your toes.