Not only that, but not everyone even has access to a restroom with running water during the day. Those who do would be mortified with embarrassment at being caught in the act, so to speak. Those who don't have access to a restroom with running water, couldn't do this even if they wanted to.
Alright, now that you know what you are suffering from, we can get down to the real reason that some peoples' feet, or actually their shoes and/or socks, smell so badly sometimes. Smelly stinky feet begin when a person's feet begin to sweat. If you have particularly sweaty feet, than it is most likely that you also are suffering from an extreme foot odor problem.
If you have particularly sweaty feet, than it is most likely that you also are suffering from an extreme foot odor problem. The more your feet sweat, the more your feet smell. While it is not actually the sweat that is making your feet smell, it is creating a warm, dark, moist breeding environment for the bacteria just waiting to multiply.
Apply a solution of 5 or 10 percent benzoyl peroxide to your feet to wipe out the bacteria. Benzoyl peroxide is an effective antibacterial agent that is found in many over the counter acne treatments. Powder those puppies everyday with either non-medicated baby or foot powder.
The bacterium known as cornyebacterium and microccus really like warm, moist environments where they can thrive and multiply. A sweaty sneaker (midwestern slang for athletic shoe) tends to be the ideal place for these guys to hang out. The stink happens when these bacteria interact with the sweat of your sweaty foot. In order to fight the plague of smelly feet, you need an attack addressing both the foot and the shoe front.
Dealing with foot odor can be an embarrassing ordeal and it is surprisingly more common than you may think. Statistics indicate that at least one third of us suffer from smelly feet. Living in such fast paced times, with take-away meals and coffee to-go, our poor feet are more neglected than ever
The sweat glands on the feet typically produce more sweat than those on other parts of the body. Contrary to popular belief this condition is not caused by your shoes, but your footwear can influence it. As a general rule try to avoid wearing synthetics as they tend to block airflow and can cause even more sweat production than normal.
There are a number of solutions to treat the excessive sweating. Some people use antiperspirants, others use modern cosmetic medicine (Botox) and others use herbs, Iontophoresis (an electric current treatment that shocks the sweat glands in the hands and feet)or surgery to remove the sympathetic nerve trunk that controls sweating.
Silver comes with an added benefit for you, too. It helps prevent blisters and hot spots from forming. A blister or hot spot forms when there is a constant rubbing going on in the shoe. This can be because the shoes dont fit properly or you are doing something repetitive like walking or running!
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