Wearing a tight socks can be harmful for you

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wearing tight socks can harmful

Choosing right kind of footwear and socks is very important for your feet. Wearing uncomfortable shoes can cause many problems for your feet. Similarly, the socks have a great impact on your feet. If you wear tight socks then may swelling occurs on your feet. Moreover, it also disturbs proper blood circulation in your leg and feet. Wearing lose socks is not a solution as it does not look good and wearing tight socks is unhealthy too. (Also read: How Can You Stop Bad Breathing When You Do Not Have A Toothbrush)

Let’s know the side of effects wearing tight socks.

Swelling
Wearing tight socks can disturb blood circulation in the legs. Due to which swelling occurs in the legs, this is the reason that too tight socks should be avoided.

Varicose Veins
The varicose veins are a condition when enlarged veins appear on legs and feet. Wearing the tight socks can worsen this condition and make them weak. And you may face pain, fatigue, restlessness and irritation in the legs. Those who have the problem of varicose veins should avoid wearing tight socks. (Also read: What Are The Various Pee Problems That Tell You May Have Kidney Stones)

Numbness
Wearing tight socks for a long time can cause numbness in feet and legs. The tight socks disturb blood circulation in legs and feet which cause numbness.

Athlete’s Foot ( Fungal infection)
Athlete’s Foot is a type of fungal infection, which occurs between the toes. Wearing tight socks leads to sweating in the feet cause moisture in the feet which is one of the major reasons for fungal infections. Wearing tight socks can increase the risk of fungal infection.

Irritation
If you wear tight socks it causes rashes. The rashes make skin red and triggers irritation.

What to wear?
Avoid socks which are made of synthetic material and us the only cotton made socks. If the socks are too tight then they cause many problems. If you notice marks on the skin after wearing socks then stretch the socks to loosen the elasticity. (Also read: What are the bad habits that harm your back and cause pain)

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