The Complete Foot Fungus Treatment Guide: Learn what to do if your feet are dry scaly and itchy! Follow our complete, medically backed home guide!
This video will tell you everything that you need to know about foot fungus!
Foot fungus is the most common cause of dry feet in the world! If your feet are dry, just assume that you have foot fungus and treat it. If it does not start getting better after a couple days or weeks, then start looking for other causes!
-If you share shocks the other person may catch it. -If you store your underwear with your socks, you may have a groin fungus infection called tinea cruris (Jock Itch).
When treating your foot fungus, you should treat your toenail fungus as well!
Foot fungus can lead to toenail fungus.
This is the most common type of foot fungus. It progresses slowly and usually manifests as dry feet. This is the most common cause of dry feet in the world! If your feet are dry, just assume that you have foot fungus and treat it.
This is the most rare type of foot fungus, but the most dangerous! This results in blistering that cause become infected by bacteria.
This is usually the type that people notice the most. Although the moccasin type is the most common, people live with it. The interdigital type becomes itchy in between the webspaces and can fissure.
1)Uncontrolled systemic disease is the #1 controllable risk factor:
2) Toenail fungus acts as a reservoir of fungus!
3)Get Breathable Shoes.
4)Get Synthetic Socks.
5)Keep your webspaces dry.
6)Use anti-fungal powder or spray to prevent moisture buildup.
The good news is almost all topical medications and how remedies work very well!
Medical Studies show the need for 4 weeks:
There are many, many different types of anti-fungal medications. Essentially all of them are potent enough for skin fungus.
What is important is the length of use!
-If you use the medication for 2 weeks: Cure rates are about 20%. -If you use the medication for 4 weeks: Cure rates are about 60%.
-If you use the medication for 6 weeks: Cure rates are about 85%+.
Topical Medication Recommendations:
Oral medications are usually reserved for severe fungal infections. This is usually if topical and home remedies were ineffective in treating the foot fungus.
Remember that if you continue having toenail fungus, it will reinfect your foot once more. Follow our complete toenail fungus treatment guide!