By now I’m sure you know just how challenging it is to treat nail infections. There are plenty of home remedies all over the internet, but there is also a very low success rate of any kind. Any medical proof that these home remedies is also almost nowhere to be found. With all the side effects, low cure rate, and costly treatments out there it’s no wonder why most people who suffer from nail fungus infections just try to cover up their feet rather than attempting to treat them. For the worst ones, they just live with it! In about one out of two dozen cases the fungus actually travels to other parts of the body which can affect the hands, back and legs. If you do not treat your nail fungus infection you’re essentially allowing an organism to live in your nails like a parasite, which will eventually spread.
Listen, so not only have you tried everything you can think of, you have scoured endless pages online and gone from consultation to consultation from doctor to doctor and still your nail fungus persists. You found yourself at the end of the road, your home remedies are barely showing any improvement and the constant maintenance is cutting into your valuable free time! Worst of all, although worth every penny, laser treatment is not covered by insurance at all and you are scared for your liver’s health if you go the pill route.
So here you are, soaking your feet in your own personal mixture of tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, and bleach wondering is it really worth it? Do I have to treat my nail fungus? What happens if I just leave it? The fungus can also create cracks and openings on the skin where bacteria can sneak in causing infection. The longer you wait, the harder it is to treat. Be proactive and take action early on!