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Home Remedies for Jock Itch, Natural Treatment



This is a kind of infection in the skin, which may appear in the areas, where the skin is sensitive. For example buttocks, groins, genitals and in the inner thighs. This usually takes place in the warm portion of the body, where fungus flourishes. Therefore, there is a large probability of being prone to jock itch who is suffering from obesity and who sweats very frequently.

It is found mostly in men compared to women. It results in lot of discomforts; in order to get relief from this, one may purchase an antifungal ointment which has the ingredients of clotrimazole, miconazole, and terbinafine. These are very easily found in the local market with no prescription. Remember whenever applied without prescription, one must obey the instruction and repetitions throughout the day. Do not discontinue using the ointment when the rash vanishes as it may again reappear if it is not treated in a proper manner.

Home remedies can surely minimize the problem of infection caused by the fungi. Home remedies for jock itch such as anti-dandruff shampoos can do the errand helpfully, or you can also apply garlic mixed with honey on the affected area to see an expected result. Garlic has antifungal features. Jock itch is scientifically termed as Tinea Cruris. This causes pain and appears red in color. It usually appears in ring shape. There is very less change of taking place in other parts of the body. It is called jock itch, as most of the athletes suffer from this because they sweat a lot.

Jock itch occurs in the area, which is moist and warm. It also appears in the dirty area. It causes lot of discomforts. If it is not a serious concern and may get disappeared itself. The person who is suffering from jock itch is likely to feel inflamed in that area. In this situation, when the skin becomes dry, it tends to split. This not only causes burn in that portion of the body but also makes feel uncomfortable while wearing cloths.



There are several home remedies that cure jock itch completely. Given below is the treatment of jock itch using home remedies.

1. Bathing regularly will prevent you from jock itch. It is a precautionary measure. It is very simple to hear but many people go lazy and skip bathing. Try to maintain your groin portion dry. Warm and moist area is procreation lands of fungi.

2. Remember not to wear outfits that make you sweat. Take steps that maintain your body calm and cool.

3. If you are already suffering from jock itch, you must change your inners two times every day.

4. If you are athletes, be careful to prevent jock itch otherwise it may broaden on the entire body.

In order to be away from jock itch, one must take good care of his or her body. Make sure to bath daily. And if jock itch continues for around 14 to 15 days, then you are compelled to visit your health care provider and ask him for medical treatment.





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