Stay Away From Ankle Sprains
Ankle sprains is a common injury and a person with high arches has ten times more chances of hurting themselves than another individual. It can happen when you lose balance, and you fall. Sometimes the pain is instant but in many cases, you do not feel anything. The pain starts a few hours later.
A sprained ankle is when ligaments at the outside part of the ankle stretches or tears. Without proper treatment, the problem becomes long-term. Naturally, the ankle will roll either outward (eversion sprain) or inward (inversion sprain). Inversion sprain will cause aches lengthways across the exterior of your ankle and happens more frequently if you have high arches and not wearing proper running shoes. Aching along the internal part of the ankle will signify a more critical damage to the ligaments or to the tendons that sustain the arch and the person with the problem should consult with a doctor. If you have the best running shoes, it will make walking easily with full balance. The first feature of the best running shoes is to guarantee balance.