Researchers say that apparel and shoes that do not take functionality into consideration and purchase by design can cause health problems such as body aches, migraines, and psoriasis.
A study by the British Chiropractic Association found that 28 percent of people continue to wear even though they have uncomfortable clothing.
An asymmetrical skirt is a typical garment that can be discomfort due to impaired comfort and functionality due to its aesthetic sense.
If the length of the long, tight skirt is asymmetric, the way one walks can change because one side of the body moves freely than the other.
"All clothing that restricts natural movements can cause back pain or stomach pains," said chiropractor physician Rishiroati.
To reduce the side effects of wearing asymmetrical skirts, he said, the waist should be worn regularly to ensure that the hem is on the other side of the body.
Second is skinny jeans. Skinny jeans prevent our knees from fully expanding when we walk, and can also cause our feet to turn outward.
"You can cause knee pain when you wear regular skinny jeans," said Franz Campbell, a podiatrist. And foot problems such as plantar fasciitis that causes pain in the soles. "
To reduce the negative effects of skinny jeans, you should exercise your squats, lunge, etc. to strengthen your knees.
Campbell added, "Wearing secondary shoes like training shoes helps with walking and feet."