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Athlete's foot and dermatitis


According to Wikipedia, "Athlete's foot, known medically as tinea pedis, is a common skin infection of the feet caused by a fungus." "Dermatitis is inflammation of the skin, typically characterized by itchiness, redness and a rash."


Athlete's foot and dermatitis are issues with the skin and mostly can be prevented by a good lifestyle.


Here we quote the best solutions for Athlete's foot and Dermatitis from "Cleveland Clinic". The Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education.


For the solution about "Athlete's foot", including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention, please check the following:


For the general solution about "Dermatitis", including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention, please check the following:


For the solution about "Atopic dermatitis (eczema)", including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention, please check the following:


For the solution about "Contact Dermatitis", including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention, please check the following:


For the solution about "Seborrheic Dermatitis", including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention, please check the following:


Athlete's foot and most dermatitis are preventable by following our standard approaches to prevent diseases.


1.Choose the best healthy recipes each day;


2.Drink 2 liters of water each day;


3.Choose the best exercise plan, and have regular exercise each week;


4.Have about 9 hours of sleep each day;


5.Rest often and limit screen time within 2 hours each day;


6.Have good interests and hobbies, have fun activities with other people, and learn new things;


7.Have a good hygiene routine, such as wash hands, brush teeth, and wash body, etc.


8.Pay attention to food safety: buy clean food, proper cooking and storage;


9.Avoid smoking, vaping, and control alcohols;


10.Timely vaccination;


11.Avoid contact of wild animals and have pets vaccinated, use insect repellent;


12.Pay attention to pandemic and follow public health guidelines;


13.Avoid extreme cold weather and overexposure to sun (UV rays), use sunscreens;


14.Pay attention to workplace safety and environment safety, avoid allergens and other triggers;


15.Do annual physical check and dental check, identify and treat diseases as early as possible.



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