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What NOT To Do If You Have Toe Nail Fungus

August 18, 2019


Thanks for checking out this video today.
Let’s talk about toenail fungus. I’ve done some videos on toenail fungus, but a yeast
infection involving the toenails is quite common. Millions of people around the world
have this problem. But what about what not to do if you have toenail fungus?
Let’s say you’ve got a yeast infection of the nails and you want to get rid of it. You
want to nail the nail infection. How do you get rid of it? Let me just talk about some
things that you should not do if you want to get rid of this yeast infection.
One thing is do not rely on pharmaceutical medicines to get rid of a yeast infection.
This to me is a ridiculous thing because it takes away your responsibility, your accountability,
for actually being involved in causing this problem. If you’re starting to use creams,
pills, or drugs to get rid of problems, it gives you a false sense of belief that you
can cure this problem by using an external means only. Not going to happen. You’ll get
rid of the symptoms, but when you stop the drug, the symptoms come back. And this is
what the drug companies like. They like you to keep going back to their drugs, whether
it’s Lamisil or fluconazole, whatever kind of drug you use, you should not rely on drugs.
Number two. Try to get around bare foot. Don’t always wear shoes and socks. And a lot of
people who live in the northern hemisphere or in the southern part in the cooler temperate
areas, particularly, wear socks too much. Wearing socks and shoes all the time, or pantyhose,
is not a good idea if you want to get rid of a yeast infection. Kick off those shoes
and socks. I fly on planes a lot. I’ve learned to always
take my socks and shoes off on an air flight. Pressure in the cabin changes. It tends to
be a different atmosphere up there. I feel more comfortable bare foot. I’ve got clean
feet and socks. I haven’t got smelly feet, smelly socks. If you’re sitting there for
anywhere from 45 minutes up to two or three hours, take your shoes and socks off and just
relax. If you’re watching TV or you’re doing some relaxing pursuit, have bare feet. What
not to do is to keep your feet covered. Number three. Don’t always wear the same pair
of shoes or sneakers. Keep changing them all the time and allow these shoes � get several
pairs � allow a pair that you wear frequently to air out. Put a few drops of tea tree oil
or oregano oil in the shoe itself. The vapors will end up killing the yeast quite substantially.
Get new pairs. Rotate shoes. Throw old shoes out. Don’t keep old shoes. As soon as they
show signs of wear, throw them out. Shoes are cheap these days. Just keep changing your
shoes. What not to do also is not to rely only on
external treatment, whether it is pharmaceutical or natural. Just by using tea tree oil or
oregano oil or whatever kind of product on the toenail is a dumb idea without taking
in consideration the internal changes that need to occur, so you need to really look
at your diet and lifestyle. Failures happen when only external or local treatment is used.
Lots of failures I see in that case. You can nail this yeast infection.
Look at the internal environment of the gut, particularly, because this will really mean
you’ve got either a powerful immune function or a poor immune function. Take a good antifungal
product. I developed a product called Canxida for that reason, canxida.com, and a very powerful
antifungal product. It’s just recently been updated now. There are 12 of the best antifungal/antibacterial/anti-parasitic
natural nutrients in that product. You take three a day; you’ll nail this nail infection,
particularly if you use an external product. Remember no sugars. Antifungal treatment.
Local treatment. Lifestyle treatment. Done. You’ve nailed it.
Thanks for tuning in.

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