This embarrassing disease can actually kill you: toenail fungus


Toenail fungus. A gruesome disease that plagues over 30 million Americans is much more than a simple aesthetic embarrassment.

It’s a highly contagious disease that doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t matter if you’re a man, woman, young or old, in tip-top shape or overweight, everyone can get this nasty infection.

With that being said, there are some groups of people that have a high chance of being afflicted by this microscopic parasite. Elderly folks, people suffering from diabetes and people that excessively sweat are the most exposed to this dangerous fungus. Also, there are those that have a genetic predisposition for getting this illness and if you’re mostly wearing closed shoes rather than flip-flops or sandals, you’re creating the perfect environment for the fungus to develop

Now, while in and of itself this illness isn’t life-threatening, its presence can be.

Research into this seemingly harmless infection has proven that those suffering from it are sitting on a time bomb and don’t even know it.

Toenail fungus can grind down the human immune system so much that it opens the way to a wide variety of serious diseases, and some, like meningitis and necrosis, can prove to be lethal.

The Problem

You can catch toenail fungus as easily as you would the common cold, but unfortunately, it’s not as easy to treat.

In fact, using modern medicine is like playing Russian roulette with your health. Why is that? Because of mainstream treatments for this nasty, almost incurable illness, are a cocktail of potentially dangerous chemicals that do more harm than good.

Side effects range from fever, chills, and diarrhea to swollen glands, skin rashes and swelling in your face or tongue. And those are some of the “best” case scenario side effects because the most one of the most devastating side effect is: liver failure. The other can even be death.

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