High Arches Explained

Explanation of High Arches

IDEASTEP Wellness Experts and the IDEASTEP education team contributed to this article.

Everyone moans about their “dogs” now and again. Any form of foot condition, however, is a severe one for people who are on their feet for the majority of the day. When your feet suffer, it’s difficult to focus on your job or your family. You are free to kick off your shoes and rub your feet’s soles whenever you like (which can be embarrassing if the boss wanders by). Foot pain can be caused by a variety of factors, but for some people, having high arches is one of them.

 

What Are High Arches and Why Do They Exist?

While there is no standard measurement to determine whether your arches are “high,” if you have significant height at the arch of your foot, you are said to have high arches. Walking barefoot on the sand may reveal simply your heel and ball of your foot, with little or no mark in the middle.

 

High Arches: What Causes Them?

Genes, for the most part, dictate the shape of your feet. People with high arches may believe that their feet are odd, but this is simply not the case; everyone’s feet are different, whether their arches are flat, high, or somewhere in the middle. High arched feet, on the other hand, can be caused by a range of neurological diseases such as spina bifida and cerebral palsy.

 

High Arches Symptoms

Symptoms vary, as they do with most foot problems. Physical exertion may be unpleasant if you have high arches. Because high-arched feet are more stiff and less flexible, people often seek out greater cushioning in insoles and footwear. People with high arches may have a difficult time finding shoes that fit properly, and they frequently endure excessive friction or pressure near the instep of the foot.

High Arches Explained

Explanation of High Arches

 

Explanation of High Arches

IDEASTEP Can Assist You With Your High Arches

Symptoms vary, as they do with most foot problems. Physical exertion may be unpleasant if you have high arches. Because high-arched feet are more stiff and less flexible, people often seek out greater cushioning in insoles and footwear. People with high arches may have a difficult time finding shoes that fit properly, and they frequently endure excessive friction or pressure near the instep of the foot.

 

For high arches, which IDEASTEP insoles are best?

Start with your shoes while looking for the ideal IDEASTEP. What kind of footwear do you have on? In those shoes, what are you doing? We believe you deserve to feel the IDEASTEP shape’s I-never-knew-my-feet-could-feel-this-good benefits in all of your shoes. That’s why we make insoles for casual and formal shoes, high-heeled shoe inserts, hiking insoles, running insoles, snow sports insoles, skate insoles, and more. Are you having trouble deciding which IDEASTEP is right for you? Take the insole finder quiz online.

 

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