Living With Tinea Versicolor

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Living With Tinea Versicolor

I had a question the other day about tinea versicolor.

Tinea versicolor is a fungal infection causing many small, flat spots on your skin.

The spots can be flaky or mildly itchy.

The many small spots may blend into large patchy areas, usually on the oily parts of your upper body like your chest and back.

The spots can be either lighter or darker than the skin around them.

Tinea versicolor is caused by a fungus.

This fungus lives all around us, including on your skin.

Normally, regular washing and showering removes dead skin and fungi.

But in hot and humid weather, like during the summer or in tropical areas, fungi may grow more rapidly.

As these fungi grow in number, their natural balance on your skin is affected, the normal color of your skin changes, and spots appear.

People with oily skin, especially teens and young adults, are more likely to get tinea versicolor.

It doesn’t spread from person to person.

Other things increasing your chance of getting tinea versicolor are:

>Having an impaired immune system.

>Using certain medicines.

If your skin tends to get darker with sun exposure, the spots may be easier to see in the summer because they don’t tan with the rest of your skin.

For people whose skin is lighter during the winter, the spots may be harder to see at that time of year.

The spots are flat and may be white, pink, red, tan, or brown, depending on your skin color.

Each person’s spots are usually just one color.

The spotted skin may be scaly.

Although it’s not common, your skin may itch, especially when you’re hot.

You only need to treat the infection if it bothers you or causes problems.

It can take months for the spots to disappear and for your skin color to return to normal.

Also, the infection tends to come back after treatment.

It may come and go over the years.

In general, it tends to get better as you get older.

 To deal with tinea versicolor it’s beneficial to:

*Drink 6-8 cups of purified water daily.

*Consider Calming Complex, Enfuselle skin care line.

*Berberine is a phytochemical with antifungal action.

*Kolorex from Nature’s Sources is an herbal product that has been shown to be effective in treating tinea fungi infections.  It’s available in both capsule and cream form.

*Tea tree oil is a natural antifungal for external use.  It can be applied to the affected area several times a day, either full strength or diluted with distilled water or cold-pressed vegetable oil.

*Wild oregano oil is a powerful antifungal agent that has the ability to destroy even resistant forms of fungi.

*Eat a diet of 60-70% raw foods.  Eat plenty of fresh vegetables and moderate amounts of broiled fish and broil skinless chicken.

*Don’t eat any foods containing sugar or refined carbohydrates.  Fungi thrive on sugar.

*Eliminate foods from your diet that promote secretion of mucus, especially meat and airy products.

*Avoid cola drinks, grains, processed foods, and fried, greasy foods.

*Keep your skin clean and dry.  Expose the affected area to the air as much as possible.

If you’re dealing with tinea versicolor, buy these products (100% money-back guarantee):

It’s essential to use:  Vita-Lea, Protein, Vitamin C, CarotoMax, FlavoMax, Alfalfa, Optiflora.

It’s important to use:  B-Complex, GLA, OmegaGuard, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Zinc.

It’s beneficial to use:  NutriFeron, Immunity Formula, Calming Complex.

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