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Hydrogen Peroxide Nail Fungus Cure


How to cure nail fungus with Hydrogen Peroxide

This is a treatment that needs to be performed faithfully to have good success. Twice daily, hydrogen peroxide should be poured on the affected nail and allowed to bubble until the bubbling stops. It's important to let the bubbling finish because this action is what helps lift the nail fungus from the tissue. If there is no bubbling action then the peroxide is not getting to the nail fungus and it will be ineffective.

Although home remedies such as the hydrogen peroxide treatment have some success, these treatments generally fail in the long run because they are very time consuming and most people found them extremely difficult to perform when they come as a regular task on a daily basis and for a long period of time.

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From Wikipedia:
Nails grow at an average rate of 0.1 mm/day (1 cm every 100 days). Fingernails require 4 to 6 months to re-grow completely. Toenails require 12 to 18 months. Actual growth rate is dependent upon age, season, exercise level, and hereditary factors.




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