Athlete’s foot, also known as Tinea Pedis or ringworm of the feet is the most common fungal infection of the skin and contrary to to its name, it has nothing to do with athletes. It is a fungal infection of the feet. The fungus causes the skin to redden, burn, itch, scale and crack. It normally occurs in between the toes but may also appear on sides and soles of the feet. In severe cases blisters can also form.
Irritated, weakened, or continuously moist skin is the most common cause of athlete’s foot infection.
Some precautions for athletes foot.
Keep your feet free of moisture.
Feet should be dried properly after bath or shower to ensure that the fungus does not get proper atmosphere to grow.
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