Fungi are highly opportunistic organisms that can infect almost every part of the body: including skin, respiratory tract, nails, urinary tract, or alimentary tract. Fungal infections can also be systemic and carry throughout the body.
The elderly, critically ill, and individuals with weakened immunity due to diseases such as HIV/AIDS, have a higher risk of developing a fungal infection. Although anyone is at risk for developing a fungal infection.
Antifungal medications are used to treat a variety of infections including athlete's foot, yeast infections, ringworm and candidiasis (thrush), as well as serious systemic infections like cryptococcal meningitis.
Probiotics (also known as "healthy bacteria") can aid in the maintenance of the immune system. Probiotics feed on fungi, preventing the overgrowth that causes fungal infections, including yeast infections.
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