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What are different home remedies for Toe Nail Fungus? – Part 2

• Onychomycosis means fungal infection of the nail.
• It is the most common disease of the nails.
• This condition may affect toenails or fingernails.
• Toenail infections are particularly common.
• The prevalence of onychomycosis is about 6-8% in the adult population.
• A fungal infection can be described as an invasion of one or more species of fungus on the tissues of the body.
• These infections are usually divided by the type of microorganism causing the problem.

Fungal infections can be broadly divided into two types:
• Superficial infections
• Systemic fungal infections

Symptoms of a fungal nail infection

• Nail becoming thickened and discolored: white, black, yellow or green.
• Nail can become brittle, with pieces breaking off or coming away from the toe or finger completely.
• If left untreated, the skin can become inflamed and painful underneath and around the nail.
• There may also be white or yellow patches on the nail bed or scaly skin next to the nail.
• There is usually no pain or other bodily symptoms, unless the disease is severe.

The causative pathogens of onychomycosis include:
• Dermatophytes
• Candida
• Nondermatophytic molds
• Hot and humid climate

Diet for Toe Nail Fungus

1. Healthy and Balanced Diet
• Avoid eating baked products and products that have high yeast content in them.
• Avoid alcohol, sugar, cola drinks and grains.
• Eat a healthy and a balanced diet, avoid processed foods.
• Your diet must include fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables.
• Avoid fried and greasy food.
• Garlic has a good antifungal property.
• Eat raw garlic or include it in your diet.
• Foods high in vitamins, mineral and nutrients generally strengthen your immune system.
• If your immune system is strong then the body is able to fight off the fungal infection.

2. Foods that are regarded as being bad for fungal infections:
• Acidic foods
• Alcohol
• Cheese (made from bovine milk)
• Chocolate
• Coffee, aerated drinks or any caffeinated beverage
• Corn syrup
• Food additives
• Hydrogenated fats
• Junk food like pizza, hotdogs and hamburgers
• Mono sodium glutamate
• Refined oil
• Salt (table salt and refined salt)
• Spicy food
• Sugar

3. The foods that are believed to be good for certain types of fungal infections include:
• Yogurt (The plain and unflavored kind)
• Garlic
• Onions
• Vinegar
• Oatmeal
• Applesauce
• Mashed beans

Simple tips to stop spreading

• Wash your hands with soap and water after coming into contact with the infected area.
• After bathing, wash out the tub or shower with an antiseptic cleaner such as Lysol.
• Don’t share towels, and keep your linens and towels clean.
• Wash your socks twice in extra-hot water to kill fungal spores.
• Never wear the same pair of socks more than once without washing them first.
• Wear thongs in public showers.
• Keep your feet dry, and use over-the-counter treatments to clear your infection quickly.

General tips for prevent Toes Nail Fungus

• Move away from moisture.
• Dry thoroughly between your toes.
• Wash your feet twice a day with soap and water.
• Go barefoot or wear sandals or open-toed shoes whenever you can, when not in a moist environment.
• Medicate ’em: These products come in creams, sprays, or solutions and contain tolnaftate (Tinactin), miconazole (Micatin), or undecylenic acid (Desenex).
• Be persistent.
• Don’t bleach.
• Treat your shoes with Lysol spray or an antifungal spray or powder every time you take off your shoes.
• The sunshine and circulating air will help dry out the shoes and kill fungus.
• Switch shoes at least every other day.
• Socks made of natural fibers such as cotton and wool help to absorb perspiration and keep the feet dry.
• Take care of the environment with open feet especially when it is moist.

General Treatment for Fungal Infections

• Apply an antifungal soap, powder, cream or ointment, to speed up the healing process.
• Apply some clove powder or clove oil directly on to the skin that is affected.
• Tea tree oil is quite effective in treating yeast infections, Toe Nail Fungus and ringworm. Dilute a few drops of tea tree oil in water and apply it on to the affected area.
• Soak your hands and feet in a tub of white vinegar, to cure nail fungus or an Toe Nail Fungus. This remedy disrupts the pH balance of the skin. It curbs the growth of fungi on the skin.
• Drink as much water to flush out toxins and fight fungal infections to its best.
• Dilute vinegar soaks or sprays (roughly one part white household vinegar to four parts water) are very effective in treating fungal infections.
• Dilute Clorox baths or soaks (approximately ¼ cup household Clorox bleach in one bathtub of water) is also helpful in removing fungal infections.

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