Learned one article from Medical News Today: What causes feet sweating?
It is common to have sweaty feet at times, but excessive sweating can indicate a condition called hyperhidrosis. Sweaty feet can also lead to other health issues, such as foot odor, athlete’s foot, and toenail fungus.
Those with excessive sweating of the feet, called plantar hyperhidrosis, can struggle to keep them dry throughout the day. The sweat glands continue to produce extreme quantities of sweat, which many people find both uncomfortable and embarrassing.
One technique for preventing and managing sweaty feet is wearing the right socks. Waterproof moisture-wicking socks draw moisture away from the skin. Reduce the number of bacteria on the feet, which minimizes foot moisture and odor.
And choose the best socks for the season and activity. Wear thinner waterproof socks during warmer months for proper ventilation. Normal thickness waterproof socks for winter months.