There is a fungal infection known as athlete’s foot, which is most common in warm, damp conditions. This condition is also known as foot ringworm and tinea pedis. Trichophyton, the fungus that leads to the athlete’s foot, can be found on the floor and in clothing.
In order to spread to the skin, the athlete’s foot fungus needs an environment that is both warm and damp, such as the inside of a shoe. Those who walk barefoot on a regular basis account for barely 0.75% of the population.
Athlete’s foot, on the other hand, affects as many as 70% of the population at some point. Toes are the most prevalent site for an athlete’s foot. It frequently results in burning, stinging, redness, and itchiness in the affected area. In some cases, it might lead to the flaking of the skin.
This is by far the most prevalent form of fungus. In spite of the fact that an athlete’s foot is very contagious, most cases may be treated with over-the-counter medications. If an individual has a compromised immune system or diabetes, he or she should seek immediate medical attention for the athlete’s foot.
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