There are a number of different types of infections caused by fungi, including …
Superficial infections These fungal infections
affect the skin or mucous membranes. Superficial fungal infections (e.g. Yeast vaginitis
, oral thrush
, and athletes foot
) affect millions of people worldwide. Although rarely life-threatening, they can have debilitating effects on a person's quality of life and may in some cases spread to other people or become invasive (systemic). Most superficial fungal infections are easily diagnosed and can be treated effectively.
Systemic infections These occur when fungi get into the bloodstream and generally cause more serious diseases. Systemic fungal infections may be caused either by an opportunistic organism that attacks a person with a weakened immune system, or by an invasive organism that is common in a specific geographic area, such as cocci and histoplasma. Unlike superficial infections, systemic fungal infections can be life-threatening.
Opportunistic infections The fungi attack people with weakened immune systems. These can be either systemic or superficial infections.
Mantain hygiene bath daily twice donot reuse clothes without proper washing and drying change clothes twice daily if sweat a lot or work in humid place keep the affected area dry and clean avoid sharing clthes avoid lots of carbogydrate in food consume lots of fresh juices and liquids take homeopathic tt.