Fingernail is a embarrassing infection that is mainly caused by some sort of micro-organisms. These micro-organisms find a dark place like the sides of your nails and then start to produce fungus. This fungus then starts to grow eventually which leads towards causing a fungus known as fingernail fungus. Actually your own nail protects these micro-organisms and hence, they grow bigger and bigger. Besides, at certain level if this infection is not properly cured, then it can totally damage your nail.
So its crucial to treat your fingernail fungus as soon as possible. Once fungus grows in a bigger amount, then the only cure will be to remove your nail. So whats the treatment? Actually, fungus hates acidic environment so You should apply apple cider vinegar or white Fungus Clear vinegar to the affected area. You can also use an eye dropper to drop the drops of vinegar on the affected area. This will take almost four weeks to cure the fungus properly depending on the level of fungus on your fingernail.
Another essential treatment for fingernail fungus is that you can apply tea tree oil which mainly comes from Australia. This oil has unique features that can effectively treat fungus. Another oil is known as olive oil, well you all may be familiar with it. This oil can also treat fingernail fungus, but doesn’t has such power like tea tree oil. If you want more effective treatment, then you can mix these two oils together to give your fungus a little more competition. I would suggest you to soak the affected region in the mixture of oil as it will be much more effective and will yield fast results. But again this will take up to four weeks to cure the fungus depending on the level o fungus.
Some say that prescription drugs are also very effective and will give very fast results, but according to the latest results some of these causes very harmful side effects like swear liver damage that can cause death if not cured within time. So I would not recommend you to use it as you life is much more precious than that frustrating fungus.