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Simple Ways To Stop Smelly Feet

At any temperature or time of year, anyone can develop sweaty feet. Teenagers and expectant mothers, on the other hand, are more likely to have them due to hormonal changes that lead them to sweat more.

If you're on your feet all day, wear too-tight shoes, are under a lot of stress, or have a medical condition called hyperhidrosis, which causes you to sweat more than usual, you're more likely to have sweaty feet.

If sweat soaks into your shoes and you don't let them dry before wearing them again, your feet will smell.

The great news is that odorous feet can usually be avoided by keeping your feet clean and dry and replacing your shoes on a regular basis.

To cure sweaty or stinky feet on your own, try the following:

Once a day, wash your feet with antibacterial soap.

After your feet have been wet, dry them thoroughly, especially between your toes.

Try not to wear the same pair of shoes on consecutive days so that they can dry out.

Always change your socks and use a dry woolen one mostly.

Maintain short, clean toenails, and use a foot file to remove any hard skin (it can become soggy when damp, which provides an ideal home for bacteria)

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