I truly hope that you are not still suffering with your athlete’s foot; but if you still are, we’d like to help.
We have a few tips that we’d like to share with you to allow you to go on living your life to its fullest without having to worry about this nasty athlete’s foot problem. I have a few tips to prevent athlete’s foot from coming back. Hope this helps.
We have listed some ways you can prevent athlete’s foot from coming back once you get rid of it. Imagine next week… it’s all gone.
- Check your feet regularly. Watch for changes in color and temperature, thick or discolored nails (a sign of fungus). Check for cracks, cuts, peeling or scaling on the soles of your feet.
- Wash your feet with soapy hot water regularly, especially between the toes. Dry them completely. Be sure to wash them after swimming or bathing in a public area.
- Only wear shoes that fit correctly. When buying shoes, it’s best to do so late in the day because your feet tend to swell from walking on them all day.
- Do not wear worn out shoes. Buy shoes meant for the particular activity (running, walking or basketball for example)
- Don’t wear the same shoes everyday.
- Be careful when self-medicating. Self treating often will make problems worse. Make sure you are dealing with a reputable company who is there for you when you need.
- Always finish the full course of medication as fungus lives for days even after the symptoms have disappeared.
- If you have athlete’s foot, put your socks on before your underwear. This will prevent the infection from spreading to the groin area which may cause Jock Itch.
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