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8/5/2014 7:03 PM grooming • 0 Comments

How to Deal with Athlete's Foot

 

The bacteria dermatophytes causes athlete’s foot. Those suckers thrive in warm, moist areas. Keep your feet dry when possible, clean them daily, don’t share towels, and a little powder goes a long way.

 

  • Make sure your feet are dry before putting on socks or shoes.

 

  • Wear cotton or wool socks and change them if they get too damp.

 

  • Sprinkle a little Tinactin in your shoes if your feet itch.

 

  • Clean your feet with tea tree oil multiple times a day, or soak them in a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water.

 

  • Rub a baking soda and water paste on your feet each night.

 

  • If you frequent public saunas or showers, always wear sandals or shower shoes.

 

  • Avoid rubber or vinyl shoes. Walk around barefoot when you’re home so your dogs can air out.

 

  • If the problem persists, seek professional medical help. If left untreated, this stuff can spread further along your feet and toenails. Stronger prescription medication is available.

 

 

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The thing to remember about athlete’s foot is that it’s a condition. The best way to cure it is through anti-fungal medication. It spreads easily. You can get it by touching toes or feet with someone who has it. The easiest and most common way for a person to obtain athlete’s foot is from public spaces, such as pool parties in Vegas.


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