Candida infection is the most common type of yeast infection. It may affect your skin and other mucous membranes. The candida infection can migrate to other areas of the body including membranes around the heart or brain. Properly functioning immune system plays a vital role when fighting this stubborn infection.
In the above video, Dr. Josh Axe is showing how you can cure candida in 6 steps. There are so many natural remedies for curing candida virus like proper tea tree oil, yogurt etc. Proper hygiene can help you staying away from candida virus.
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.
As an athlete, you must have had your share of tryst with injuries and infections. Talking about the two, they are infamous for leaving a mark. We also call these marks scars. Scars are signs of physical accomplishments, at least that’s what a lot of athletes like to believe in. We are not defying the truth. But there are other facts that are revealed via these scars. Yes, you may or may nor realize this but the infections you may have incurred are revealed by these scars. Simply because they all look different.
Would you like to know more? You sure would then read on…
Ugly Lines On The Foot
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.
The right way to wash your hands is one of the easiest ways to protect yourself and others from contagious skin infections. It is very important to wash your hands properly because it removes dirt, viruses, and bacteria to stop them spreading to other people and objects.
In the above video, infection control expert Cristine Balintona is showing the right way to wash your hands. She says women have significantly more types of bacteria on their hands than men do and dry hands spread germs less easily than wet hands.
Hand-washing doesn’t take much time or effort, but it helps in terms of preventing illness. Antibacterial liquid hand soaps, bar soaps are effective at killing germs than regular soap. Adopting this simple habit can play a major role in protecting your health.