Cure Nail Fungus
5 Reasons Why You Might Not Get Rid of Nail Fungus...
(a.k.a. 5 Recommendations On How to Get Rid of Nail Fungus)
- You need to start now!
Fact: It can take a few months
- Avoid relying on only one remedy to attack the fungus.
Fact: Success rates for mono-therapy vary from 30 % to almost 65%. When Laser therapy is coupled to an oral or topical regimen, the success increases to 80 to 90%.
- Do not continue to wear the same fungus infested footwear.
Fact: Fungal elements remain inside the toe box of footwear. Sterilization of the toe box is needed to prevent re-infection. Numerous UV light treatments for footwear are available.
- You have dry, fungal infected skin on your feet which needs to be treated as well.
Fact: Skin infection is commonly present with nail infection, although there may not be the classic symptoms of itching. Your podiatrist can recommend a topical anti-fungal cream to prevent the skin fungus reinfecting the nails.
- You continue to wear footwear that applies pressure to the nails.
Fact: Persistent micro-trauma from footwear damages the nail. This can be a reason the nail is vulnerable to fungus. It is recommended to have the width of your finger between the tip of the toes and the toe box.
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