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10 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Athlete’s Foot

10 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Athlete’s Foot

Image: homeremedyfind.com

Image: homeremedyfind.com

The culprit of athlete’s foot is not a virus or bacteria, but a fungus. “Tinea Pedis” is the correct name but is usually called athletes foot. Symptoms of athlete’s foot? There are several signs and symptoms of athlete’s foot:

• Itching, stinging and burning between the toes
• Itching, stinging and burning on the soles of the feet
• Blisters that itch
• Peeling skin especially between fingers and feet
• Dryness of the skin of the lower leg or side
• Thickened nails, brittle, rough or blackened

Causes of Athlete’s Foot? The main cause of athlete’s foot is a fungal infection. Secondary reasons are: Damp socks, Tight shoes, Humid conditions, Skin-to-skin contact with the infected person, Sharing of shoes – socks, towels, bed sheets and clothing with the infected person and having a Weak immune system. To sum it up…it’s very unpleasant to deal with. To help you feel comfortable kicking off your socks, and to spare you chemical-laden creams, here are some natural ways to let fungus know it’s not welcome on your feet. Click the link below for more information:

10 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Athlete’s Foot

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