Archive for the ‘Toenail Fungus Treatment’ Category
Fungus infections of the nails, the great toe, can be caused by a number of different pathogens. One of the most uncommon (get ready for the big words) is a nondermatophyte mold. We won’t go into the name of the three most common molds, it isn’t necessary to know.
The above mentioned type of mold, and there are molds everywhere, is important as it is found mainly in soil and decaying plant material. This is a very rare type of fungus infection. The ability to actually diagnosis this is important as nail infections are difficult to treat and even harder to cure. Diagnosis is made by microscopic read more...
Finger nails are one of the first things a person sees when you extend your hand for a hand shake. It can be an indication of a person’s overall health and how they feel about themselves. Actually this holds true for any gentleman in a high powered business situation. The appearance of a nail infection can present someone in a negative light. Nail fungus is contagious to yourself and others and can be cured.
Fungus as with other types of contagions live microscopically on our skin without any thought of ours. Routine cleaning of the nail and skin surfaces is not successful when it comes to this type of infecti read more...
One of the frequent infections of the toe nail is a fungus infection. It is a common organism found on our nails at all times and we have it with us constantly. Although that is true it does not mean that we will automatically develop an infection.
Any small crack or break of the skin or mucosa will allow the fungus to invade our bodies and set up shop. As with the best of infections an area that is warm, dark and moist presents the perfect atmosphere for the infection to multiply. The feet present more of a problem than the finger when it comes to awareness and then treatment. The infected nail read more...