Ringworm Treatment


What are the Causes of Ringworm in Humans?


 

Many bacteria and fungi - both useful and harmful - live on your body. Some provide a number of benefits while others form infections, proving uncomfortable and even deadly.

Understanding ringworm causes in humans is the best way to know how to treat the problem. This article discusses the causes of ringworm, an unpleasant and irritating - yet quite common - condition.

The primary ringworm cause is from several different microscopic organisms, belonging to a group called “Dermatophytes,” that live on the outer layer of the skin. However it is often difficult to identify the source of the skin fungus. Different Dermatophytes cause Ringworm of the scalp, body, nails and feet (commonly known as athlete’s foot).

The fungi central to ringworm cause enjoys warm, moist areas where infection can thrive. This includes places where you tend to sweat, including the groin, feet and underarms. Ringworm tends to enter the body through a break in the skin, such as a scratch, cut, or broken skin due to eczema.

Making Contact with Ringworm Causes

Ring worm cause gets spread through numerous forms of contact:

  1. Person to Person - Common ringworm cause is direct skin-to-skin contact with an infected person. It can also be passed from an infection on the feet to other parts of the body, such as the hands or groin of the same individual. Causes of ring worm also include prolonged indirect contact with infected flakes of shed skin.


  2. Animal to Human - Another ring worm cause is contact with animals - whether it is by touching, petting or grooming them. These infections appears as if it is a patch of skin where there is fur missing in all types of animals. The ringworm infection can come from dogs, cats, cows, goats, pigs, horses, and even hamsters. People at the greatest risk of ringwrom include children, farmers, and people who work with animals.


  3. Object to Human - Another indirect ringworm cause comes from making contact with objects or surfaces that have been touched by a person or animal that already has ringworm. These objects could include but are not limited to: clothing and hats, combs and brushes, bed sheets and towels, stuffed animals and toys, telephones, door knobs, keyboards, gym mats and weight equipment, and locker rooms and public shower stalls.


  4. Soil to Human - In rare cases, the causes of ringworms infection can be attributed to contact with infected soil. There is the possibility that if soil does have sufficient nutrients, the fungus that causes ringworm in humans can survive for an extended period of time. However, in order for a human to contract ringworm in this manner, the person would have to have prolonged direct contact with severely infected soil. Otherwise the chances are slim that soil would be the cause for your ring worm.

Some kinds of ring wrom causing fungi live on damp surfaces, like the floors in locker rooms or public showers. You can easily pick up a fungus from such places.

Who contracts Ring worm Infection Easily?

Some people are more susceptible than others to the causes of ringworm. Those who find it is to contract this infection include:

· People with eczema or other skin problems because their skin’s outer layer tends to be open, inviting the fungus into the body.

· Children before puberty are more likely to get ringworm.

· Boys tend to contract ringworm more than girls.

· Certain people may have a genetic predisposition for ring worms.

Stopping Ringworms Infection

The causes of ringworms infection can be stopped rapidly by treating the condition with Phytozine, a naturally based solution that works within 48-72 hours to effectively eliminate the fungus. Reported to be the most popular and widely used treatment for ringworm, the ingredients used in E-Book remedy by Denial Sanderson have been given “GRASE” (Generally Recognized as Safe and Effective) status by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This gives you the peace of mind that you can trust it as a product that will treat ringworm without any harmful side effects for you, your children. It’s safe even if you are pregnant.





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