Healthy Nails in the Shortest Period of Time
NOT TREATING NAIL FUNGUS EFFICIENTLY
The frustration of finding a cure for toenail fungus is one that is shared by nearly 40 million people all around the world. But why this common condition is so difficult to treat successfully?
Because prescription medications have quite low success rates and a long list of serious side effects, people turn to natural remedies touted for their anti-fungal properties. You may have heard about do-it-yourself remedies using common household items such as vinegar, chlorine bleach, beer, Vicks VapoRub, Listerine mouthwash, and more...
In our research, we came to the conclusion that these home remedies are difficult to perform on a daily basis and most importantly, because people rarely achieve a definite cure with such do-it-yourself remedies.
There may be a temporary improvement but the root of the problem is not usually addressed and the condition will continue to get worse. Treatment should continue until nails grow out completely and you are sure all the fungus is gone.
So, what can you do to treat nail fungus safely and efficiently, and to prevent the infection from recurring?
Here are some tips to get you started on the right foot with your nail fungus treatment and maximize your chances of success in the shortest period of time.
1. Avoid trial and error in choosing a treatment to apply
You can find many types of treatments on the market and every type of treatment offers an assortment of products to buy. Cut to the chase by applying only treatments that were tested and proven to work for most people. These are the ones that will bring lasting results.
In our research, we found that the all 7 of the essential oils in Healthy Nail Blend have anti-bacterial, anti-fungal properties. Therefore when blended together produce a synergy that is very powerful.
2. Use these remedies properly
Correct application of nail fungus remedies is important if you want them to work. Follow the dosing and frequency instructions that come with these remedies. Do not try to reduce or increase them.
Have Realistic Expectations
It's important to have realistic expectations. The length of treatment depends on your overall health, what other medications you take and your ability to stay on treatment. You may not notice improvement right away. Even when your nails start looking better, continue your treatment. Nails need time to grow out as they heal.
Fingernails grow out in about five and a half months. But, a toenail can take two to three times as long (12 to 18 months) to grow out completely. The wait is worth it -- your aim is nails that look good and are clear of infection
3. Have a healthy lifestyle for your nails
- - Do not walk barefoot in damp and/or public places
- - Wear footwear and socks that breathe
- - Wash and dry hands often and carefully
- - Use rubber/latex gloves if you touch an infected area
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