Yeast is a fungus that normally lives in the vagina in very small numbers. It means that too many yeast cells are growing in the vagina. A yeast infection symptoms can be itching or soreness in the vagina and sometimes causes pain or burning when you urinate or have sex. Some other yeast infection symptoms can be thick, clumpy, white discharge that has no odour and looks a little like cottage cheese.
In the above, infographics StyleCraze is showing various symptoms, causes, treatment and home remedies. These infections are very common among women athletes. Although they can bother you a lot, they are not usually serious.
You must also know about female jock itch which is a red, itchy fungal skin infection that affects the groin area, inner thighs, and butt. Keeping the vaginal area dry and avoiding irritating chemicals can help prevent yeast infections in women.
Athlete’s foot is medically referred to as tinea pedis. It is a very common fungal infection of the skin on the foot and may even spread to the palms, groin, and other areas of the body. There are various natural remedies for athlete’s foot that can be very beneficial. Remedies for athletes foot include tea tree oil, garlic, vinegar, yogurt, salt, tea etc.
In the above, video StyleCraze is showing best home remedies to treat athlete’s foot (itching, scaling & redness). This infection is caused by a fungus called tinea pedis that loves to grow in moist, warm places—your feet, covered by socks and shoes.
Some of the most prominent symptoms of athlete’s foot are excessive itching between the toes, burning sensation, blistering, peeling of the skin, dry skin, and discoloration of the toenails. To avoid fungal nail infection proper skin care and good hygiene can help treat as well as to prevent athlete’s foot. Also, in most cases, athlete’s foot can be effectively dealt with using simple and easy home remedies.
MMA fighter’s diet is similar to that of a college wrestler. There is no doubt that the training of your two sports is similar. The MMA fighter diet includes lots of protein, carbs and fats. If you participate in an intense sport like Muay Thai, MMA, wrestling or Jiu Jitsu, you need to be smart about what type of foods, drinks and supplements you put in your body.
In the above video, FuriousPete is showing the preparation of nutritious meal. This is clearly defining the protocol necessary to have the nutritional capability to prepare yourself for the weigh in.
Best nutrition diet plan for MMA fighters includes a good overall training program. Or at least a training program you can follow. MMA fighters need a lot of explosive energy. That means fast release fuel, ready to go energy. Their muscles must be strong and nourished with all the amino acids to give their best tone.
For boxers, as with any sport, a good boxing diet plan is a crucial part of staying in shape and keeping up with the demands of the training regime. Boxers need to eat well in order to maintain muscle strength and energy in the ring and avoid feeling tired, way through a fight, which is why it is necessary for them to have a good boxing diet plan.
In the above video, Jimmy Smith is showing the proper diet plan for boxers. You can find out how to design a fighter’s diet and quality of food matter’s not quantity.
Boxers use punches, jabs, speed and flexibility requiring strength, endurance, and energy to defeat their opponent. As a result, they require a perfect diet for bodybuilding which will provide high levels of energy to last throughout the duration of a fight.
Hand sanitizer is an easy way to clean your hands if you don’t have immediate access to soap and water. Now the question arises is hand sanitizer bad or good! People use it because it is convenient to use, but they don’t realise the chemicals which are being used in hand sanitizer.
So, is hand sanitizer bad or good? Let’s find out.
In the above video, AsapSCIENCE is showing the positive and negative traits of hand sanitizer. According to video, it contains 70% of alcohol and many other chemicals which are not good for health.
Over the past seven years, 90% of all antiseptic rubs have been used ethanol or ethyl alcohol as their active ingredient research proved. But some doctor’s suggest if possible, wash your hands other than using sanitizer. More information is needed about how repeated exposure to this and the other active ingredients impacts the body.