Can you treat nail fungus on your fingers? Yes, and it is not only your toenails that happen to be vulnerable to nail fungus, fingernails also are threatened from this. Your indicators are often thickening or perhaps softening of your nails, it may possibly also result in discoloration. This can be not only a slight… Continue reading Can Fingernail Fungus Be Treated?
The cause of splitting toenails can be traced back to infection or toenail fungus. Toenail fungus has many adverse side effects, but when left untreated, your toenails can become extremely brittle and may split. If your infection has gone untreated for quite some time and you have this kind of side effect, you are… Continue reading Cause of Splitting Toenails
When talking about bad fungus infections, I always refer to the time when my brother came home from an outreach program complaining that his nails were feeling strange. Being a nurse, he was often sent to poverty stricken areas to offer assistance to those in need. Those areas were not the cleanest places to work… Continue reading Bad Fungus Infections
Some people believe that acrylic nail fungus is a type of fungus that infects only those who wear acrylic nails. This is far from the truth. First of all, the fungi does not attack the acrylic nails. It attacks the real nail under the false one. This fungus is the same one that attacks any… Continue reading Acrylic Nail Fungus
If you have a cut on your toe, you will want more information on how to treat infected cut on toe areas. The best way to deal with this is to: *Soak your entire foot in Epsom salts and warm water. Once you have done this, thoroughly dry your foot. *Rinse the cut… Continue reading How To Treat Infected Cut On Toe
Dark toenails are apparently not reassuring when looked at. If your toenails are discolored, then other than the humiliation, you have to live with the pain as well. It’s always crucial to consider appropriate attention. Generally dark toenails are symptoms of toenail fungus. The nails usually get thickened and crumbly or brittle in texture. The… Continue reading What Do Dark Toenails Mean?