Athlete’s foot is a superficial skin infection caused by a mold-like organism, specifically the fungus. The condition occurs on the bottom of the feet and between the toes. These are the most common areas where moisture tends to accumulate. The fungus often lurks on the floors of locker rooms and public showers, as well as in swimming pools and whirlpools. Symptoms range from painful cracks and redness between the toes, most commonly the fourth and fifth toes, to rashes that can itch and burn.
Rotate your shoes and avoid wearing just one pair of shoes all the time. For the shoes that you are not wearing, put some fungal powder in them to stop any fungus from growing. If you tend to sweat too much, change your socks during the day.
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