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Toenail and Nail Fungus
Onychomycosis is the medical term for an unsightly condition that is known as a fungal infection of the nails. It can affect either the finger or toenails, but it is more common in the toenails. There are several different topical treatments that are available to treat this affliction, but many are finding that nail fungus home remedies are a more effective treatment option. They may contain ingredients such as thyme oil and snake root which have been shown to produce positive results without the worry of side effects. This type of remedy is also much cheaper than expensive prescription medications that can sometimes lead to unpleasant side effects.
This condition will produce a cloudy, yellow or thickened appearance to the nail and the nail may actually separate from the nail bed. Those who at a higher risk of developing this fungus may include the elderly, those with a family history of this condition, those who are in poor health and someone who lives in a warm climate. There is usually not a lot of pain associated with this condition unless the disease becomes quite severe. This affliction is believed to be caused by pathogens such as Candida and non-dermatophytic molds. A physician will perform several different tests to properly diagnose this condition. Many people who suffer from this occurrence are embarrassed because it is very unsightly. This is why it is imperative to fin a good treatment option to rid the body of this fungal infection.
Natural natural home remedies are becoming more and more popular because they are better for the body and they are usually much less expensive than prescription medications. There are also no ill side effects from using this type of remedy. They blend ingredients that are produced naturally and have healing powers.
35 ml Bottle with Syringe. Apply under Toenail or Nail
Toenail fungus also known as onychomycosis is a fairly common condition that disfigures and can destroy the nail. This condition is caused by any one of many types of fungi (similar to the organisms that cause mold in your bathroom) that grow in the moist warm environment in your shoes. These fungi generally belong to a group of fungi called dermatophytes. As they grow they invade and feed on the protein (keratin) that makes up the hard surface of the toenails.
Use any tool to flatten the syringe point so that it can fit under the nail or toenail. Try to clean as much of the dead nail pieces under the front of the nail. Draw a little of the fluid into the syringe. Press the flattened point of the syringe under the nail and force the fluid under the nail. You will see darker areas as the fluid is absort by the infected areas. Try to get the fluid to the end of the infected areas. Before you begin use a nail file and file of the top layer of your nail ( not to much, just a little for better absorbtion) so that you can spread the liquid you waste over the top of your nail. Repeat twice a day.
Please don't use nail polish or false nails. Ware shoe's only when you have to!!!! Keep your feet and hands dry!
Use only cotton socks. Use any feet or baby powder to absorb extra moist. Eat yoghurt or rellevent products to increase the healthy fungus in your body.
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