Wearing high heels may be hard on a woman's feet and back, but it also strengthens the pelvic floor resulting in a healthier sex life, according to a new study from Italy.
The researchers analyzed 66 women under the age of 50 before coming to the conclusion, according to a report from ExpressIndia.com.
They found that those who held their foot at a 15-degree angle had less electrical activity in the pelvic muscles, an essential component of female body.
“Women often have difficulty in carrying out the right exercises for the pelvic zone and wearing heels could be the solution. It’s good to know they have potential health benefits,” lead researcher Dr. Maria Cerruto is quoted as saying.