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The Best Socks For Sweaty Smelly Feet

Which Socks to Avoid Sweat

You make an habit out of thoroughly washing your feet. You change shoes regularly and take them off when possible.

You make sure to wear at least 80% cotton socks. You even use foot powder. And you have taken other measures to combat smellly feet as well. Yet still, your feet are sweaty all the time and your socks damp and stinky.

It’s really embarrasing to take off your shoes when you enter a gypsy friend’s home, go shopping for shoes, or visit a Japanese restaurant. When having to expose your sweat-discolored socks, contaminating the air around you, you are desparate for a solution.

You are wondering, “heck, I’m even using a quality antiperspirant, maybe it’s my socks that still cause my feet to sweat so much”. And you are right.

Changing the type of socks you wear day in day out can help cure sweaty feet.

Footwear and socks prevent our feet from evaporating moisture. This trapped sweat quickly becomes smelly, because of bacteria that feed on it, producing the cheesy smell.

Since going barefoot* as much as possible is not a practical solution, it’s helpful to choose your socks and shoes wisely.

Which socks to avoid sweat

Synthetic socks will make your feet sweat like a pig in summer. Plastic, nylon, polyester, or other synthetic fabric linings don’t allow sweat to evaporate and don’t absorb it either, so your feet stay wet. If such socks are tight they worsen the effect.

Polyester socks are often the preferred choice of athletes because they prevent blisters by keeping the perspiration away from the feet.

Cotton socks are better than synthetic socks because they are lighter and cooler than acrylic socks and allow the feet to breathe.

The problem with all-cotton socks is that they do not hold as much moisture without becoming sodden. They get wet, stay wet, and thus provide an environment the smell causing Brevibacterium thrive on. Cotton socks also retain heat. Which is something these bacteria also thrive on.

Other reasons why it’s important to keep your feet dry are because moisture may cause fungal infections such as Athlete’s foot and blisters.

Not to mention cold feet in winter and overheated, extra sweaty feet with blisters in summer.

Source: smellyfeetcures

RIVERA FOOT & ANKLE: At Orlando H.Rivera DPM, our priority is to deliver quality care to informed patients in a comfortable and convenient setting. When you have problems with your feet, you need to turn to a podiatrist who listens and responds… an experienced doctor who knows the field and can effectively diagnose and treat your needs… a friendly physician who counsels you on the best ways to maintain and improve your health. Our physician(s) meet all these criteria. Plus, you benefit from a dedicated team of trained professionals who give you the individualized attention you deserve.

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