Is it so harmful to not wear socks in summer?

Summary:Many people don't like to wear socks in summer, thinking that wearing socks after their feet are sweaty will cause foot ...

Many people don't like to wear socks in summer, thinking that wearing socks after their feet are sweaty will cause foot odor.

Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the feet are the second heart of the human body and a key area of ​​human health. The feet are the farthest from the heart and have the worst blood supply, so the feet are actually very susceptible to cold.

Once the feet catch cold, it can reflexively cause the capillaries in the upper respiratory tract mucosa to constrict, reducing the body's resistance. At this time, viruses and germs originally lurking in the nasopharynx will take advantage of the situation and cause many diseases such as colds. So you still have to wear socks in summer.

What will happen if your feet are cold for a long time?
After the nerve endings on the feet are cold, the normally functioning vascular tissue will shrink. If it lasts for a long time, it will lead to dysfunction of vasodilation, which can easily induce arterial spasm, arthritis, rheumatic diseases, and respiratory diseases.
It may not show up when you are young, but it may leave the root of the disease. When you get older, the problem will become apparent, and then it will be difficult to treat it.
Therefore, from now on, everyone should pay attention to the protection of their feet, do not walk around barefoot, and do not let their feet stay in cold water. In air-conditioned rooms, wear sandals and slippers as little as possible, and pay attention to keeping your feet warm.
What are the possible dangers of not wearing socks?
1. Fungal infection
People's feet tend to sweat easily in hot weather. Wearing shoes without socks will directly soak the skin of the feet in sweat, which can easily induce foot diseases such as athlete's foot and fungal infections.
2. Increase the chance of trauma
Many people have experienced bleeding blisters on their feet while wearing barefoot shoes.
3. Cause skin keratosis and dermatitis
Frequent direct contact between feet and shoes tends to make the cuticles of the heels, toes and other parts that are often in contact with shoes longer and thicker, increasing the chance of calluses and corns.
4. Easy to catch cold
When it rains, cold bare feet can also cause stomach pain, waist and leg pain.