Problem: Sweaty Feet
Raise your hand if your socks are soaked when you take you shoes off at the end of the workday. All feet perspire at least a little, but if your feet are pumping out more water more than your pits, you may have a clinical condition known as hyperhidrosis in which your feet produce an excess amount of sweat. The problem is more common in young men than any other demographic.
The Solution: "Use moisture-wicking socks made out of synthetic material not cotton, and change them at least once-a-day to prevent bacteria from collecting in the damp environment," DeSantis says. Use foot powder, cornstarch, and even an antiperspirant or deodorant on your feet (try Klima Surefoot Spray, $25, klimadeodarant.com) to help control your sweat situation.