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Nail fungus and the best treatment for it

by Tatiana Plesco
Nail fungus

Many issues that can affect the health of your feet, the foot of the athletes, the ingrown nail, or foot pain.

The most annoying problem (though not always accompanied by pain) of the legs is the nail fungus!

Anyone who has had it can confess how hard it is to get rid of a fungal infection. Nail fungus is ugly, embarrassing, and painful to treat!

A simple foot bath, together with recommendations for lifestyle below, can help to remove this unpleasant infection once and for all.

 What is foot fungus? 

According to the Mayo Clinic, nail fungus is a frequent disorder that begins with a white or yellow dot underneath the nail on the hand or foot.

As the infection spreads, the nail may discolor, thicken, and can rise towards the edges. Usually, this type of disease affects the nails of the feet.
Over time, it can cause pain and can spread to other nails or directly on the skin. Even if it’s heald, the fungus may reappear.

Nail fungus

Nail fungus is a frequent disorder that begins with a white or yellow dot underneath the nail on the hand or foot

How can I treat foot fungus: 

Vinegar is a popular, non-invasive method for treating fungal infection of the nail plate, used for hundreds of years. It is acid; this is why it can kill the fungus but us.

ed diluted so that it will not irritate the skin.

 Ingredients and items needed: 

  1. A bowl big enough to warm your feet
  2. Warm water (as hot as u can tolerate)
  3. 1/2 cup baking soda 
  4. Couple cups of Apple Cider Vinegar 

Usage: 

  1. First of all, mix vinegar and water in the sink at a rate of 1 cup of vinegar in 2 cups of water. 
  2. Make sure water covers the nails well. 3. Stand with your feet in the water around twenty minutes or so.
  3. Dry out your feet thoroughly with a clean towel. 
  4. Empty, rinse, and dry the bowl. 
  5. Fill the bowl with hot water again, so that water covers well the feet and nails.
  6. Add about half a cup of baking soda in water and mix well.
  7. Soften the feet of the other 15-20.
  8. Wipe thoroughly with a clean towel so that your feet are dry.
  9. Repeat several times a day, depending on the case.

 You have to cut your nails and cuticles regularly and disinfect the scissors before and after each use. It is a good idea also to brush your nails with tea tree oil to combat the mushrooms between the treatments.

Fungal infection

Fungal infection

Consume whole foods, fresh and raw: 

Nourishment is essential in combating fungi, so avoid as much as you can white sugar and other forms of refined sugar, including that of bread and carbonated drinks. Regularly consuming foods rich in nutrients, especially the antioxidants.

 Fungal infection can be unpleasant. If you do not manage to get rid of nail fungi remedies you have at hand, contact a dermatologist.

Updated on 12/`12/2019

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