Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Health Tip: Signs of Nail Fungus

Health Tip: Signs of Nail Fungus
A thick, yellowish nail is a common symptom

(HealthDay News) -- Fungi can creep underneath nails on the toes and fingers, causing an infection. While this problem usually can be treated with a prescription medication (that is quite toxic to your body), keeping nails clean and dry can help prevent it in the first place.

The U.S. National Library of Medicine lists these warning signs of a fungal nail infection:
  • A nail that is brittle and crumbles.
  • A change in the way the nail is shaped.
  • A thick nail.
  • A change in the color of the nail.
  • A nail that is dull, or is separating from the skin.
  • A nail that appears to have particles beneath it.
We have a wonderful anti-fungal protocol to eliminate the fungus. When the nail gets this bad then there is a systemic problem: a chronic fungal infection in your WHOLE body. This is no easy simple fix. It is a protocol that lasts at least one month to have complete elimination rather than fighting it until the nail looks better (which the nail grows about half an inch per month anyway.)

1 comment:

armouris said...

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