Jock itch (tinea cruris) is awful. I’ve had some people at the point of suicide with jock itch. That’s how bad jock itch can be.
Incredibly, some doctors will give the patient some vaginal cream to put in their private area. It’s not good enough. When you’ve got severe jock itch, you’re not going to nail it only use local treatment.
A large part of recovering from jock itch is lifestyle-related. You need to stop alcohol for a while. Showering twice per day to keep the skin fresh and clean is very important. Wear cotton underclothing and change them frequently to make sure the genital area is kept clean and dry. The surface area infected by the jock itch needs to be disrupted.
A Candida Cleanse can be tremendously helpful with treating jock itch. You’re not going to fix chronic jock itch by just using a cream. Fixing up your diet and taking supplements is very important if you have jock itch.
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I’ve made several videos on men’s jock itch, which include case studies that will help guys with jock itch. Check out my playlists on men’s yeast infection and jock itch, because there’s a lot of useful information there. My book, Candida Crusher, has a whole section on what to do for jock itch. I’ve not seen a case yet that can’t be sorted. But I have met many men who are resistant to doing the treatment that will finally eradicate the problem.
If you’ve got a chronic problem, you need a chronic solution. Remember that getting things right will require a combination of factors: giving up alcohol, changing your diet, rigorous hygiene and cleaning regime, and topical creams.
You don’t have to keep living with this problem. Jock itch can be cured.