- Air out your shoes / socks, do not keep them on too long if you happen to step on a puddle
- Dry / scaling feet or cracks between the toes, smelly, time to see your podiatrist
- Diabetics with redness or cracks in the feet must see a doctor or risk infections and amputations
- Rotate your shoes have at least 2 pairs to alternate daily humidity and wet weather is a great breeding ground for fungi
- As a preventative, you can use baby powder or foot powder between your toes every day to keep the sweat from becoming a problem.
If you ignore your fungal infection, you can colonize bacteria and cause a bacterial cellulitis that can be life threatening and difficult to treat, even requiring IV antibiotics at times.