Ringworm is a common fungal infection resulting from dermatophytes, which are microscopic organisms that live on the dead outer layer of skin. Ringworm, also called Tinea is a fungus infection of the scalp or skin. The fungal infection is caused by mold-like fungi called dermatophytes. Dermatophytes live on the dead tissues on the skin and any structures that grow from the skin, such as hair or nails. Ringworm is not a “worm” infection. Ringworm can affect skin, fingers, toe nails or foot. Tinea capitis, for instance, refers to scalp ringworm, tinea corporis to fungus of the body, tinea pedis to fungus of the feet, and so on. Ringworm Infection does not create lasting immunity. A person can be repeatedly infected by the same type of fungus. Ringworm is contagious. Ringworm can affect anyone at anytime. If you live in a warm, humid climate, have direct contact with active lesions on someone else (or a pet), or have a weakened immune system (as a consequence of medical problems such as diabetes, leukemia, or AIDS), your risk for developing ringworm is higher.
Ringworm of the skin can start as a small patch of itchy, red, or scaling skin. The rash can spread and cover a large area. Clothing that rubs the skin can irritate the rash. Sweat, heat, or moisture in the air (humidity) can make the itching and infection worse. As the infection becomes worse, the ring-shaped pattern and red-brown color may become more visible. If not treated, the skin can become irritated and painful. Skin blisters and cracks can become infected with bacteria and require antibiotics. Ringworm can also spread to other parts of the body, including the feet, nails, scalp, or beard. After treatment, the rash will go away. But ringworm can return unless you follow steps to prevent it. The tendency to get fungal skin infections or to have them return after treatment seems to run in families.
Fungi (plural of fungus) that cause ringworm live and spread on the outer layer of skin.
Although the world is full of yeasts, molds, and fungi, only a few cause skin problems.
These agents are called the dermatophytes, which mean “skin fungi.”
Skin fungi can only live on the dead layer of keratin protein on top of the skin.
They rarely invade deeper into the body and cannot live on mucous membranes, such as those in the mouth or vagina. Fungi are present everywhere in our environment, including on the human body.
They thrive in warm, moist areas, such as locker rooms and swimming pools, and in skin folds.
You can get ringworm of the skin by sharing contaminated towels, clothing, and sports equipment, and by direct contact with an infected person.
Ringworm is common among wrestlers, probably because of the skin-to-skin contact.
Symptoms of ringworm of the body include a rash:
On the chest, stomach, arms, legs, or back.
With edges that are red and scaly or moist and crusted. The rash also may have small bumps that look like blisters. The center of the rash may be clear, giving it a ring-shaped appearance, or there may be a cluster of red bumps.
That may form large, round patches.
What We Give For Cure Fungal Infection
neem juice, papaya, almond, brown rice, pomogranate, boiled moong+papaya
Cold immersion bath with neem decoction for 20 minutes daily. Cold hip bath for 20 minutes Warm water enema daily Arm and foot bath with neem decoction for 20 minutes Drink lots of water
Apply Gauzaran Malam (Make from Panch Gavya) on screen to remove ringworm to cure within 10 Days.
Neem, turmeric paste, Coconut oil. hot water Rub, raw papaya slices on the ringworm Paste of papaya seeds can be applied Sunbathing.
Take all treatments only under expert naturopathy doctor guidance and supervision.
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