Do you wash your hands before and after using the equipment at gym? Do you clean your workout mat and gym towel? NO! This may make you infected with staph infection. Staph is a bacteria that can withstand extreme conditions like temperature and moisture. This bacteria can survive very well in a gym on floors, mats, towels and machines. Once you get this infection, there are few signs you need to look for. Below is a video from Health Expert sharing 4 most common signs you have a staph infection.
It is very important to know that what is staph infection and what are the prevention measures. Signs of staph infection includes nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, low blood pressure. The infection often begins with a little cut, which gets infected with bacteria. This can look like honey-yellow crusting on the skin.This type of infection is very common in the general population and more common and more severe in people with weak immune systems. People who have diabetes or weak immunity are particularly prone to developing cellulitis.
As said earlier hygiene is better than cure. Infected athletes should not be allowed visiting gyms until treatment renders them noninfectious.
MRSA is an infection caused by a type of Staphylococcus, or staph, bacteria. These bacteria have evolved through decades of unnecessary antibiotic use and have thus learned to resist many different antibiotics. MRSA treatment at home is quite less expensive and effective. It includes use of turmeric, rosemary oil, tea tree oil etc.
In the above video, HealthExpert is showing how to cure a MRSA infection naturally. Usually, these bacteria live in the nose and on the skin and cause no harm. But when they begin to multiply uncontrollably than MRSA infection can occur, especially when there’s a cut or break in your skin.
The most essential method of prevention is proper hygiene with a natural soap for MRSA. This type of infection is highly contagious and can spread very fast through direct contact with an infected person. A person can also be infected by coming into contact with an object or surface that an infected person has touched.
What is jock itch and how to cure jock itch? Jock itch, medically known as tinea cruris, or ringworm of the groin, is an infection of the groin area caused by fungus. As the common name implies, it causes an itching or a burning sensation in the groin area, thigh skin folds or anus. It may involve the inner thighs and genital areas, as well as extend back to the perineum and perianal areas. Do you know how to cure jock itch?
In the above video, Popular Health & Lifestyle is showing how one can get rid of jock itch quickly. Jock itch affects both men and women. Female jock itch is less common but can still occur for many different reasons. However, men tend to get it more often.
There is nothing to be embarrassed about suffering from jock itch. What people should always remember is that jock itch is curable.
Herpes is a very painful viral disease infecting both men and women. Herpes simplex virus enters the human body through direct or indirect contact with the infected person. Herpes symptoms are more or less common to various disease hence goes unnoticed most of the time. However, when they appear causes pain or itching, small red bumps, white blisters, and ulcers. It is real fact that it cannot be cured but it can be limited or eliminate permanently in some cases with few home remedies.
In the above video, HerpesResearch is showing home remedies that can kill herpes virus. Herpes is highly contagious sexual disease and may cause various severe health issues like brain infection, cancer, chickenpox, etc. In men, herpes emerges on the penis, buttocks, anus, scrotum, inside the urethra, or inside the penis. In women, they appear on buttocks, cervix, vaginal area, anus, and external genitals. Few people confuse jock itch with herpes. However, there is a lot of difference between jock itch and herpes.
Remember, prevention is difficult but possible. If you are infected, use these remedies regularly, you will surely get rid of herpes.
The herpes simplex virus can be easily transmissible between two individuals. It is passed from one person to another by close, direct contact. The most common mode of transmission is through vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
In the video, Melanie is talking about oral and genital herpes myths. One of the most common myths about herpes is that in order to be infected you actually have to see genital herpes, and that is no true. Herpes is a virus and it actually can leave in the nerves in your body, so what happens is that you can be infected, you can newer have an outbreak and you can actually pass an infection on to somebody.
Genital herpes among athletes is very common. Here are Few Genital Herpes Myths That Athletes Need To Be Stopped Immediately:
Fortunately, getting regular, moderate-intensity exercise can help prevent herpes outbreaks by reducing stress and bolstering the immune system.