Athlete's Foot - Symptom, Causes & Treatment

Athlete's foot is a fungal infection which is caused by a fungus, usually occurring between the toes. most people it is confined to the spaces between the toes, but it spreads and affects more of the foot occasionally.

Symptoms are -

Athelets Foot Prevention tips

Changing socks, keeping your feet dry and alternating shoes can help you prevent athlete's foot.

Several fungus varieties cause athlete's foot, and sometimes more than one is present at the same time.

The condition may be complicated by a secondary infection with bacteria which take advantage of the damaged skin. athlete's foot responds well to over-the-counter treatments you can apply to your skin. More severe cases may require oral medications.

Home remedies fo Athelet's Foot

Many over-the-counter antifungal medications can be applied to the affected area. These creams should be used sparingly but regularly, at least once a day. An application the size of a chocolate chip should be adequate to cover the entire bottom of your foot.

 





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