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Nail Disorders, Infections and Diseases of Nail

When you consider how rough humans are on their fingers and toes, you realize why nails have to be tough. Nails are the barrier between our skin and hard surfaces, hot water, chemicals, and physical injury. Yet nails are also vulnerable. You may not realize this, but many everyday activities and situations can weaken, dehydrate, break, or even cause injections in nails or the nail bed.

If you experience separation of the nail from the nail bed, crumbling or splitting of the nail, redness and swelling of the skin around the nail, or discoloration of the nail, talk, to your doctor. You may have psoriasis - a chronic skin disease.

Beautiful nails are the outcome of maintenance and trimming regularly. One should keep a nail polish remover, nail polish, cuticle hand cream or a nail file on the table, which is nearest to the bed. The whole of the nail grows in about 5 months; in month the growth is about 1/8 of an inch.

 





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