5. How to treat fungal nail?
Do you want to get rid of your fungal nail? Then first ensure you are not suffering from foot fungus (athlete's foot
Fungal nail usually starts with foot fungus. The fungi spores are easily transported by sweat into socks, shoes and in the shower where they
can become a source of continuous re-infection.
To treat fungal nail, several simple treatments are available:
· Laser treatment
· Fungal nail treatment
Vinegar is a natural solution that can help mild cases of fungal nail infection. The acidity of the vinegar can kill off fungus spores.
What you have to do is soak the infected nail daily in pure vinegar for at least 15 minutes. After treatment rinse your feet with water.
Although costly, laser treatment is another way to treat fungal nail infections. Several licensed podiatrist offer this treatment in their practice.
The laser heats the nail and thus killing of the funugus. Treatment with laser could take several months, up to 1 year to fully treat the fungal nail infection.
Fungal nail treatment
In the United Kingdom you can find a broad selection of prescription and non-prescription (OTC) products available to treat fungal nail infections.
But which treatment is the best? How do you chose the treatment that is right for you?
To help you choose, we have found a website that makes chosing much easier (see the blue section below).
For a complete overview of all available treatments in the UK, please visit fungalnailtreatments.co.uk
Here you will find an independent ranking of fungal nail products based on 8.500+ consumer reviews