Jock Itch

Jock itch is caused by a fungus called Trichophyton rubrum. It is a fungal infection of the skin that is caused by a fungus. It usually affects the skin of the inner thighs, genitals, groin and buttocks. Generally, this fungus grows in the humid and hot body. It is also known by the name of jock itch. This causes great inconvenience, but this is a serious infection. Mostly men are affected by this problem than women. People who are overweight and sweating also be infected by this problem.

In general, the fungus that causes jock itch begins to grow in the hot and humid. When the wet part of our body gets too hot you start sweating, then the result is a fungal infection called jock itch. Also due to tight clothing and tight underwear. Tight clothing aggravate the symptoms of jock itch. People with AIDS and diabetes have a weak immune system and are therefore more prone to infection. It is also very contagious and any person can be infected if he or she comes into contact with an infected person. If a person is infected with jock itch, so avoid sharing personal items. If someone is suffering from another infection such as athlete's foot and then it can also lead to jock itch.

Some important symptoms of jock itch are peeling and cracking of the skin in the groin, burning sensation around the groin, the rash of red, ring-shaped and itchy skin becomes more sensitive.

Jock itch can be treated using home remedies easily. Some home remedies are effective -

1. Keep wet and the hot part of the body completely clean and dry.

2. The addition of garlic in a large amount can be increased food jock itch is a fungal infection and reduce the complications caused by jock itch. Garlic is full of antifungal qualities then apply the garlic in the infected area. You can also apply honey alternatives to the application of garlic.

3. dandruff shampoo is also effective for jock itch. Thus, you can apply to the affected area.

4. Tea tree oil is a natural antifungal, so you can apply to the affected area. It is very effective home remedy for jock itch.

5. Avoid eating foods containing sugar and yeast, refined carbohydrates, alcohol, fats, fried and processed foods. Increase consumption of fruits and raw vegetables in your diet