Our fingernails help us to pick up the objects; we can scratch the itching areas or can untie the knots. In fact, fingernails are also a weapon for women and part of their beauty. Long, well-shaped nails painted with colorful nail polish look very beautiful and attractive. While we may busy painting our fingernails and shaping them with a filer, but most of us often ignore our foot nails and then the trauma of toenails continues.
Normally fungi are always in and around our body along with bacteria. Most of the fungi do not cause harm; however, some fungi may give an infection. Thus, you may develop fungal nail infection. Usually fungus infection develops over the time, which means you’ve enough of time to notice any difference in your nails. Fungal nail infection can occur in anybody; however, some factors such as lifestyle, diet or medical condition can contribute to infection. You’re more likely to develop fungal nail infection in you:
- If you have diabetes
- Are older woman
- Frequently swim in a public swimming pool
- Have a nail injury
- Constantly work in water such as housewives doing household work such as clothing, washing dishes can have frequent fungal nail infection
- Have a weak immune system
- Frequently wear closed, tight fitting shoes
- Improper care of toenails
Most of the people don’t like the way their nails look after infection. Thus, proper medication and some self-care tips can save your beautiful nails from such infection.
As the infection grows deeper inside, under or on the nails, nails become discolored, thickens and crumble at the edges of nails. The infection can affect other nails, but it does not usually affect. Fungi grow in dark, damp conditions, and thus, you give a chance to grow them inside in your shoes. When you slip on closed, tight shoes, it creates dark and moist environment for fungi to grow. Even visiting a spa to do manicure or pedicure can in turn give you fungal infections, if tools used to do pedicure were not sanitized properly before using them on your nails. As a result, the fungal infection can spread from person to person.
Toenail fungal infection can be treated via oral medications and some self-care tips. Medical practitioners can prescribe Lamisil to treat fungus infection. The pill should be taken orally with or without food and as directed by your physician. Lamisil stops the growth of fungus in the nails. Certainly, the treatment takes the time to heal infected nails and to grow new nails. However, you should keep patience till the time Generic Lamisil works by its own to cure the infection.
Apart from them taking care of your nails while you’re at home is equally important. Wash your nails and pat them dry before putting on your shoes. Always clean your pedicure tools before using them. Spray antifungal on your shoes to prevent fungus growth in it. Also, wear proper fitted shoes, open-toed or sandals are the ideal shoe wear to prevent fungus infection.
End the trauma of your toenails with Lamisil!