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“While it is typically transmitted in moist communal areas where people walk barefoot, such as showers jordan 4 or bathhouses, the disease requires a warm moist environment, such as the inside of a shoe, in order to incubate. Because of this the fungus only affects approximately 0.75% of habitually (frequently) barefoot people. . While the fungus is generally picked up through walking barefoot in an infected area or using an infected towel, infection can be prevented by remaining barefoot as this allows the feet to dry properly and removes the fungus primary incubator the warm moist interior of a shoe.”
“Plantar warts are almost unknown in habitually barefoot cultures and people. This is because walking barefoot for extended periods of time strengthens the skin and keeps it dry and uncompromised as well as wearing off the virus through friction on the soles of the feet, preventing infection. While infection occurs in an estimated 7 10% of the US population; plantar warts tend to affect only 0.29% of people who have never worn shoes. . The best but least used preventative appears to be to go barefoot as much as possible, thus developing thick protective skin on the soles of the feet as well as exposing them to friction (through walking) which wears off or kills the virus. Because plantar warts are incubated by shoes and spread by contact with moist walking surfaces, they can be prevented by remaining barefoot after walking in public areas such as showers or communal changing rooms until the feet have had time to dry and wear off the virus.”
From what, exactly? Surely there are times when it wise to wear shoes, to protect your feet against excessive heat or cold, etc, but this does not justify always wearing them, as most Westerners do. I been going barefoot (as often as I can, see previous comment) for over two years now, including running and hiking, without problems. I can assure you there far less broken glass, used needles, rusty nails, dog poop, etc, out there than most people seem to think, and anything you don want to step on can easily be avoided simply by watching where you step. My feet are now strong and healthy, my balance is much better, and I no longer experience back pain.
And being able to feel all the different surfaces you walk over is fantastic! We have 10s of thousands of nerve endings in the bottom of our feet, which are there specifically to perceive each surface you moving over. From cool wet soft grass to warm dry hard rock, it just feels great being able to take it all in. Most people feet are far too sensitive because they never/rarely spend any time walking barefoot over rough surfaces.