How to get rid of dandruff




You must have heard of microbiota before, which are the good bacteria in the intestines, on the skin, and around the body. While mycobiota are benign yeasts and fungi that grow inside and outside the body, this area is not sufficiently researched but is a very important one.


Mycobiota is part of the is the benign microbes in the body. These benign fungi and yeasts exchange benefits with humans, as they help break down food and help produce acids to protect the body from pathogens, but when taking antibiotics, they may grow excessively and cause Candida and thrush infections. This may lead to tinea pedis (athlete’s foot), caused by fungi that grow on the surface of the body or tinea pedis. This may also lead to Irritable Bowel Syndrome and sinus problems due to the possibility of fungi growing inside the sinuses. Therefore, the imbalance between fungi and bacteria causes many problems, and they play an important role in nutrient absorption, as they help in the digestion of food, as well as in enhancing the acidity of the body, metabolism, and supporting the immune system.

So I think dandruff is simply caused by an imbalance between fungi and good bacteria.