Toenail Fungus, also known as onychomycosis, is by far a more common infection of the nails.
This is mainly because our feet are usually housed within sweaty warm dark shoes most of the day presenting a perfect growing environment.
For the purpose of this article though, technically speaking, toenail fungus is Onychomycosis.
You can find much more detailed information about Onychomycosis here.
Some useful links of interest:
- Onychomycosis Description
- Nail Fungus Cures
- Who is most susceptible
- Nail Fungus Symptoms
- Is nail fungus painful?
- Nail Fungus Treatment
How did I get Toenail Fungus?
It is not clear why but the big toe nail and the little toe nail are more susceptible to an infection. Maybe it is because these toes are more likely to come into contact with an infection source.
Commonly though, toenail fungus is spread in public showering, locker rooms, spas, saunas and recreational swimming areas, or just about anywhere bare feet have been in contact with.
As toenail fungus is very slow to grow, you may have been infected months ago before you even realize.
Toenail fungus is rare in children. However, as we increase in age we increase the incidences of infection. It has been estimated that around 48% of people in the United States have had at least one nail infection by the time they are 70 years of age.
I already know I have Toenail Fungus – What Now?
If you already know you have toenail fungus and want to get rid then you should do something sooner rather than later. ZetaClear is the only product you need.
Toenails typically grown about 1/32nd of an inch, or around 1mm per month, so do expect a lengthy cure no matter what treatment you decide to pursue.
ZetaClear is really safe with no known side effects, and it’s cheap and easy.