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Smelly Feet Treatment Information and Treatment

Smelly Feet is a common and very embarrassing problem. It generally occurs due to excessive sweating. Sometimes, it may be due to wearing shoes and socks for long periods of time, or wearing synthetic/nylon socks, or not changing your socks and shoes frequently. Smelly feet (foot odor; malodorous; bromhidrosis) can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Fortunately, there are a number of things that can be done to help.

To avoid smelly feet:

1. Use clean socks and change them daily. Thick, cotton socks can be a lifesaver.They absorb perspiration and provide a layer between your foot and the shoe.

2. Dry your feet thoroughly after your bath. In fact, sit under the fan for a few minutes to dry them completely.

3. Use an antifungal powder, especially between your toes, after cleaning them with eau de cologne. You may need to use a

4. Deodorant spray in addition.

5. Do not wear the same shoes everyday.Change them on alternate days.

Preventing smelly feet

It is relatively easy to control most cases of smelly feet by taking number of preventative steps:

• Good foot hygiene to reduce bacteria to low levels is the first place to start
• Bathe your feet daily in lukewarm water with a mild soap and dry thoroughly, especially between the toes.
• Change your socks at least once a day (change your shoes as well if you do sweat a lot).
• Dust your feet frequently with a foot powder (always wipe beteen the toes to remove excess moisture, so that it does not 'clog' between the toes).
 


 


 

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