The feet have more than 250 000 sweat glands. Although the sweat usually does not smell, the bacteria, which in warm weather start reproducing faster, cause the unpleasant smell.

In most cases, sweating is due to physical activity, mental stress, or hot weather, and it is absent during the night. Some people though, experience perspiration as a result of minor activities or even without particular reason. Regardless to what it is due, the abundant sweating generates many inconveniences and can lead to a variety of problems in everyday life including, and perhaps most serious, social exclusion.

A typical feature of perspiration is that it could be inherited, because every third person, suffering from excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), has a relative with the same problem. It starts occurring during the adolescence stage of life.


  • Use foot spray against perspiration.
  • Change your socks at least once a day and sometimes even more often. The wet and sweaty socks make the smell of the legs stronger. It is helpful to walk with no socks on – when it is possible to do so, of course.
  • Change your shoes every day, in order to provide your feet with enough time to ventilate themselves.  Wash your feet with antibacterial soap and with huge quantities of water.
  • Wear shoes made of “breathing” materials.
  • Make your pedicure at home, using properly cleaned tools – in order to protect your feet against fungal infection.
  • Choose insoles for moisture control, which contain aluminum chloride, which absorbs the moisture and protects against unpleasant smell.
  • Consume less hot drinks, spicy foods, caffeine, and alcohol.
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