Sweaty feet are not an incurable disease, but they are bad for those affected and for those around them. It is an old wives' tale when it is still claimed today that sweaty feet should not be driven away, as otherwise secondary health damage can be expected.The answer is that people with healthy, dry feet are no less healthy than those with sweaty feet.
If you have sweaty feet, you should expose your feet unclothed to the air and the sun as much as possible.
If people want to sweat, they don't necessarily need the skin valves on their feet, but rather have sweat pores on the entire body surface.
In addition, sweaty feet are not innate, but rather acquired. They are mostly caused by poorly ventilated footwear, especially in rubber boots, shoes with rubber soles and in excessively warm rooms.
Too warm stockings and too little change of stocking contribute as much as too little light, air and sun on the feet.
The sweaty foot, which often has sore and perforated skin on the soles of the feet and between the toes, is particularly prone to athlete's foot.
In winter there is an increased risk of colds due to damp feet. What can be done practically to eliminate the sweaty foot so that the skin reacts normally and healthily again?
Of course, you have to take precautionary measures for the future and not fall into the old triggering errors. Always remember: dry feet are better off; it is also more pleasant and healthier.