People are refusing to wear shoes on the metro and restaurants

No surprise so many people adore gorgeous shoes; they complete the picture and offer an indication of the owner’s taste and status. Neat shoes provide elegance and beauty to beautiful females.

But here’s what’s interesting: individuals have been strolling barefoot in public areas more and more recently. They can be found in public transportation, restaurants, museums, and movie theaters. And it’s not like the shoes caused any shame. They simply refuse to put it on.

Barefooting is a movement as well as a philosophy. In truth, walking barefoot in everyday life or during sports is a purposeful decision to improve foot health, immunity, and mood. Yes, it’s pleasant to stroll without shoes on warm sand on the beach or fresh grass. But not on the street or on the metro!

People have been known to go millennia without wearing shoes. Furthermore, several sports (such as wrestling, gymnastics, and others) are played barefoot. Many people feel that shoes restrict foot movement and flexibility, resulting in flat feet, tubercles, and Morton’s neuroma. However, not everyone goes barefoot for these reasons.

Here are some thoughts from netizens who use it.

©Richard A. Johnson:

Walking barefoot is not as frightening as many people believe. We see potentially harmful items and carefully avoid them, don’t we?

©Petra Eva:

I prefer to go barefoot because it helps me to connect with our mother nature and absorb her bio-energy.

©Wei Shen:

It’s sometimes due to laziness. You can’t locate sandals, it’s summer, and you don’t want to wear socks, so you go about barefoot.

©Daniel Rolfe:

I grew up in a rich home with a large collection of shoes. My mother, on the other hand, believed that going barefoot was beneficial to her health. I seldom wore shoes in the summer.

©Paul Anthony:

Shoes cause our feet to deform and weaken.

Each more barefoot has its own reasons for avoiding shoes and approaches to this issue. Furthermore, in other nations, this is very typical. For example, during the summer season in Australia and New Zealand, it is not uncommon to see young people without shoes. In the United Kingdom, this is not typical in major cities, but the suburbs are teeming with barefoot children and teens from rich households. Without shoes, you are more likely to encounter white-skinned members of the population in South Africa. In addition, certain states in the United States prohibit wearing bare feet in public locations.

Walking without shoes (but largely on soft surfaces) is beneficial because it helps with:

  • gait and posture creation;
  • anatomically correct growth of the feet and legs;
  • muscular apparatus stability;
  • nature connection;
  • comfort.

However, we must not overlook the serious risks associated with such a decision:

  • a high risk of injury (the appearance of bruises, cracks, and wounds), as well as infection with infectious, bacterial, or fungal diseases;
  • the temperature effect of the earth’s surface on the feet;
  • and discomfort associated with increased sensitivity of the feet and its loss over time.

Of course, everyone determines where and what shoes to wear, as well as whether to do it at all. But what do you think? Should you go along the street, in the metro, or in a café barefoot?

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