Tinea versicolor skin fungus is very much common and can affect almost anyone. This skin fungus lives alongside our body’s cells in symbiotic relationships with skin cells and tiny organisms. It normally doesn’t cause any health problems.
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.
Have you got those awfully itchy skin troubles? You know the ones we’r talking about…when you cannot move out of your room? However, the best relief is to avoid putting yourself in such situations. So, we are sharing some causes of itchy skin for your rescue:
The unfortunate part of wrestling is skin infections. These are caused due to constant skin to skin contact with other athletes. Experiencing a deep itchiness on skin on or a day after grappling is common. It’s not just the skin surface but tends to stem deep under. Itching leads to an uncomfortable skin sensation that makes you want to scratch. It is best to avoid scratching to avoid worsening of the condition and disruption of the skin that could lead to contagious bacterial skin infections.
It’s wise to take the precaution when you are in ring with an opponent. Causes of itchy skin are not always same for different people. They may include toxins on the skin, medications, infections, irritation from clothing, eczema, dermatitis, herpetiformis and other conditions or may remain unexplained.
Although most athletes don’t realize it, but a simple cut, mosquito bite or case of athlete’s foot can lead to a foot fungal infection called as cellulitis. Cellulitis can affect any area of the body but is usually seen in the face, arms, legs or feet.
What is cellulitis? What causes it? How cellulitis diagnosis? To know more about cellulitis, here is an infographic by Defensesoap that answer’s your’s all question’s:
What are the Common Symptom of a Cellulitis? And How do athletes know if they have cellulitis?:
Cellulitis can develop quite rapidly over a few days, and turn into a severe infection and invade the blood stream if not treated promptly. Cellulitis is a bacterial infection of the skin and tissues beneath the skin. The most common symptoms are:
Remember, cellulitis doesn’t have to be confusing or complicated, it can be treated easily.
Whether you’re a mma athlete or unathletic gym lover, it’s necessary for you to stay hydrated before, during, and after training or workout. As an athlete, staying hydrated is of great importance in order to maximize your performance.
What does being well hydrated mean? What are the symptoms of being hydrated? Find out your answers with given infographic by KatyEmergencyCenter:
Athletes can really deal with excessive sweating and skin conditions with proper water intake. The need of how much water to drink depends from person to person. Sport drinks are optimal while athletes exercise because they provide carbohydrates as well as electrolytes, such as sodium, potassium and chloride. So, make sure to stay hydrated whether you’re in gym, playing a match or just traveling.