Secretion of odors by the human body is quite normal. But when these smells become too pronounced or unbearable is that the body pulls the alarm to indicate the presence of a health problem.
The bacteria are present everywhere in our surrounding and in our bodies. They are located in or on the skin’s surface, and in both cases they are the major cause of foul odor emissions. Although the body odors are completely natural, they sometimes get a little too marked, indicating signs of diseases and infections.
The feet are the body parts that are used most in the body, besides the fact that they are often confined in closed shoes, unlike the hands that are air free.
Sweating is quite normal for the feet, this is why we should always wash and dry them to remove moisture. But if the odor persists despite repeated washing and all soaps, talcum powders and sprays, is that there is presence of a fungus and means that the situation is much more serious.
An estimated 10% of the American population suffers from athlete’s foot. This disease is caused by a fungus called dermatophyte that occurs between the toes as it settles in warm, moist areas.
It is important to treat them quickly to prevent the spread and infection. You can complete the treatment by applying essential oils such as citronella essential oil, of tea tree essential oil or eucalyptus essential oil that have antiviral, antiseptic and disinfectant properties.
This is the most breathable area of the human body. Whether a teenager or adult, underarms are constantly sweating. This is related to the work of the sweat glands which release the sweat in response to body temperature rise.
The smell is caused by the presence of certain bacteria found on the skin surface and which, on contact with moisture, generate a foul smell.
However, if the smell of sweat is unbearable and nauseating is that there could be a malfunction of the apocrine glands (sweat glands), in which case it would be better to consult an endocrinologist as soon as possible.
We have never said that urine should smell good. However, if the smell becomes too pronounced and difficult to bear is that there is certainly urinary disease. In this case, urine may have a smell of ammonia, yeast or sulfur. These strong odors can be linked to urinary tract infection (kidney stones), kidney disease, diabetes or a drug reaction. In all cases, it is imperative to go see an urologist.
Do you think that some hair smells are just linked to excess oil and a simple washing will solve the case? Think again! If the scalp smells unusually bad, it’s a fungus that stimulates improper and abnormal production of sebum by the sebaceous glands. Of course, if these odors are accompanied with itching or irritation or rash, that it is not good. But otherwise, you must see a dermatologist to eradicate the fungus.
Bad breath is often due to a proliferation of oral bacteria, which feed on proteins present in saliva or food and release foul-smelling volatile sulfur compounds. However, if bad breath persists despite repeated brushings, is that you have a dental problem (cavities, abscesses, gum infection) or diabetes, an infection of the throat, etc.
See a dentist as soon as possible. It is recommended to make homemade treatments for complete care and elimination of persistent odors.
The vagina has the power to self-clean without the use of products such as intimate gels. But when a woman notices unusual strong odors, is that she suffers from a vaginal problem. And very often this is due to yeast infections such as candida. Some diseases, like diabetes, can also be the cause of this bad vaginal odor. It is important not to take this lightly and to consult a gynecologist for proper treatment to prevent infections.