What Really Lies Behind An Unpleasant Odor, A Strong Smell Of Urine And Feet?


WHEN YOU HAVE UNPLEASANT SMELL, IT DOES NOT STRICTLY MEAN THAT YOU NEED A SHOWER, RATHER THAN AN INDICATION THAT YOU HAVE HEALTH PROBLEMS.

Foot odor

If your feet stink as soon as I kicked off your shoes, the culprit is probably a fungal infection, and if your skin is in the area of the fingers still dry, it is the athlete’s foot.

“The feet have an unpleasant odor due to a combination of bacteria and fungi that destroy the skin of fingers. In this case, do not touch the foot because fungi will spread to other parts of the body. Therefore, go showering immediately,” advises dermatologist Kameron Roksar from New York.


In case you skin between the toes becomes too soft and moist, means that accumulates even more bacteria. As a solution, put baby powder.

Strong smell of urine
“Urinary tract infections can cause urine production, which has an unusually strong smell, and often the smell of some kind of chemicals,” says urologist Brahmbat Jamie’s magazine “Orlando Health.” Usually there is a bacteria, E. coli, and in this case, immediately visit your doctor.

Bad breath
In the morning, you brush your teeth, but you still have bad breath. It may be a sign that you have sleep apnea – a disorder that leads to occasional interruptions of breathing during sleep.

“Sleep apnea can cause snoring and force you to breathe through your mouth at night. Therefore, it dries the mouth, which is a common cause of bad breath,” said Dr. Raj Dasgupta from the University of California.

When you open your mouth while you sleep, bacteria get inside, and when multiplied, produce an unpleasant odor similar to the smell of rotten eggs.

It is very important that you find apnea as soon as it is closely associated with diabetes, hypertension and heart disease.