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.
Candida Albicans is the most common type of fungal infection found in the mouth, intestinal tract and vagina, and it may affect, skin and other mucous membranes. If the immune system is functioning optimally, this type of yeast infection is rarely serious. Signs of candida infection include chronic fatigue, mood disorders, etc.
In the above infographic, Dr. Axe is showing various signs that you can have candida like internal stress, brain fog, skin and nail fungal infection, hormonal imbalance, intestinal distress etc. Individuals that have never experienced a serious yeast infection can find they have developed new sensitivities to a variety of foods. These foods include dairy, eggs, corn and gluten. Candida infection is something which can lead to many different health problems, from digestive issues to depression. But proper treatment can help in overcoming this infection.