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JOCK ITCH

Medically known as tinea cruris, jock itch is a common fungal infection that causes an itchy, red, often ring-shaped rash in areas of the body including the inner thighs, buttocks and genitals.

Most cases of jock itch are caused by the same type of fungus which athlete's foot and sometimes ringworm of the scalp are caused by. In fact, in some cases, the fungus that infects the groin area may result from an athlete's foot infection.

The name jock itch comes from the fact that the infection is common in people who often sweat such as athletes. While anyone can get the infection, people who are over weight often experience jock itch.

Except in some cases, for people with weakened immune systems, jock itch typically isn’t serious. It can however, be quite uncomfortable and annoying.

The signs and symptoms of jock itch may include:

- Itching and redness in your groin, including your genitals, inner thighs, buttocks and anal area

- Burning sensation in affected areas

- Flaking, peeling or cracking skin in your groin

Jock itch can make wearing underwear or tight clothing uncomfortable. Walking or exercising may aggravate the rash and worsen your signs and symptoms.

Dermatophytes, which are the fungi that cause jock itch, are microscopic organisms which live on human skin and are typically not a problem as long as the skin is kept clean and dry. In certain areas of the body, skin is likely to be moist and warm. It is in these areas like the groin where fungi grow and an infection occurs.

Jock itch is only mildly contagious. A person can become infected from by sharing towels or clothing with or having sexual intercourse with an infected person.

Following the regimen outlined below can help treat & prevent jock itch safely and naturally:

Shower regularly and quickly after working out

Avoid antibacterial (deodorant) soaps. Try using a natural organic soap such as Dr. Bronner's.

Always dry the groin area thoroughly.

Wear loose fitting, breathable clothing.

Wear cotton underwear, change it frequently and always wash clothing and undergarments prior to wearing.

Do not share towels with others.

Remove wet swimsuits as soon as possible.

Do not store wet clothing or swimsuits in a locker or gym bag.

The following supplements may also be beneficial:

Acidophilus (take as directed on label) - Supplies "friendly" bacteria that is often deficient in people with jock itch.

Garlic (take as directed on label) - Neutralizes most fungi.

B Complex Vitamins (50 mg of each major B vitamin 3 times daily) - Good for overall health.

Colloidal Silver (take as directed on label) - Has antifungal properties.

Olive Oil, Flaxseed, Oregano Oil - Effective when taken internally.

Tea Tree Oil, Calendula and Aloe Vera - Can be applied topically for relief.

 

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