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how to deal with the foot’ athlete

The foot of the’athlete, referred to in medical terms as tinea pedis, is a’fungal infection very common of the skin in the area of the feet and can also spread to other areas of the body. This infection is caused by a fungus called tinea pedis which can grow in humid and warm , such as the feet, covered by socks and footwear, they become an ideal breeding ground for the proliferation of bacteria. Some of the most pronounced symptoms of the foot of the’athlete are excessive itching between the toes , burning sensation , blisters , peeling skin , dry skin, and discoloration of the toenails . The risk of developing the foot of the’athlete increases with excessive sweating, a weakened immune system, minor injury to the skin or the nails, l’ wear closed shoes for most of the time and allowing your feet to remain damp. Like other fungal infections, the foot of the’athlete can spread from one person to’the other through contact with contaminated surfaces . It can also spread from one part of the body’other. Therefore, it is important to treat l’infected area as soon as the problem is encountered. Proper skin care and good hygiene can help to treat and prevent foot dell’athlete. In addition, in the majority of cases, the foot of the’athlete can effectively be addressed using simple and easy home remedies. Let’s discover together, then, how to deal with the foot’ athlete:

research has discovered that l’garlic has a compound that acts as agent for a natural antifungal and antibacterial. You can add a clove or two to the food to speed up the healing process of any fungal infection, including the foot of the’athlete. For the topical treatment of the feet, mix one clove d’ garlic and cloves, and add two or three drops of oil d’olive oil to make a paste. Apply the paste on the affected areas. Leave it for a half’s now laying. Then wash l’area with water and soap, antifungal and then dry the skin thoroughly. Repeat this remedy once every day for several weeks to treat a’infection and prevent it coming back.

 

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