Natural Remedies for skin fungus
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Skin troubles can cause great distress to people who suffer from them. Red and white patches on the skin, caused by a fungal infection can be rather irksome and uncomfortable. Although there are various skin treatment products available, it is always advisable to attempt treating skin infections through natural methods at first. Natural fungal infection remedies would first require you to ensure that the condition does not spread. This can be taken care of by keeping the skin clean at all times. Ensure that you do not keep touching the affected area and then further spreading the infection to other parts of the body. The skin is very sensitive and needs to be kept free from germs and dust that will complicate your problems.
Washing and cleansing the skin with a salt solution on a frequent basis is one of the best home remedies for fungal skin infections. Although it may cause a burning sensation, it will clear the infection within no time at all. Consuming a diet that contains good amounts of fiber will help clear your system, which is another cause for skin infections. Similarly, cleansing the system through the consumption of green tea is another effective method of taking care of skin troubles. Avoid going into the sun or exposing your skin to an allergen that would worsen the condition.
answered by M W on Jan 31, 2012, 1:43:30
How to treat a fungal sinus infection?
A fungal sinus infection can cause a great amount of discomfort and worry. Heaviness of the head, an inability to breathe and tiredness that sets in as a result, are very distressing symptoms of a severe fungal sinus infection. There are various methods of fungal sinus infection treatment that have been tested over the years, and have proved to be of great help in providing a certain amount of relief from the condition. One of the most commonly followed natural remedies for sinus infection is to dislodge all the mucous from the sinus sacs through a steam inhalation. Ginger is an agent for dislodging of congestion from any part of the head or chest, and must be consumed with the daily diet so that it could help treat the condition.
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Home remedies for scabies2009-02-11 08:42:58 by SoapingMom
Here are a few home remedy treatments I found online:
* boil the skins of a half-dozen onions for 15 to 30 minutes in a quart of water. Let the liquid cool, then apply it liberally all over your body. (Save the peeled onions to use in cooking.)
* Make a strong tea of either rosemary or tansy by brewing 1 tablespoon of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Steep for at least 20 minutes, strain and cool. Wash the affected area with the herbal infusion as often as 3 times a day, most importantly at bedtime.
* To treat the rash from scabies apply generously to the affected area before bedtime
Ringworm or Erythema Annulare Centrifugum?2008-10-02 19:56:23 by skincontact
So, I've been under the impression that I've had ringworm for the past few months. I've taken two doses of Diflucan, have been doing a parasite cleanse, cut out sugar from my diet, and have used every topical medication known to man including the natural remedies.
I went to a derm recently and he said that he thinks I have Erythema Annulare Centrifugum. He did a biopsy and it came out negative for ringworm. I didn't believe him and am still not sure.
My questions are: Are there any circumstances where ringworm would not spread from skin to skin contact with someone else? My boyfriend hasn't gotten it and there has definitely been contact
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