“What is the best and quickest treatment for toenail fungus?”
Asking about a nail fungus treatment is an honest and frank question that is certainly reasonable… but, it takes a short and long response in order to answer it properly.
The short answer and my personal recommendation for toenail fungus treatment is:
And, now, not later is better!
If this is a little too short for your liking, keep reading. If my recommendation works for you then get going by clicking on the link above.
If you need further more complete explanation on a specific toe nail fungus treatment, here we go.
The complex nature of nail fungus makes a single answer difficult. The state of your health is a main consideration and the vast number of treatments available on today’s market makes confusion a certainty.
I’ll be going over several available options and will emphasize which treatment I feel has the best chances of achieving success.
Here are the four different treatment types you can consider:
1. Doctor prescribed medications
After checking your condition, your physician will give you a prescription medication as a nail fungus treatment. Sadly, this condition is difficult to treat with traditional prescriptions. These drugs are effective about 50 percent of the time and most have a number of serious potential side effects.
Give some serious consideration before trying this type of toenail fungus treatment. More often than not, prescription medications cause more harm and complications than they do good.
2. Laser Treatment
Our last email correspondence went over this one. The short answer is the cost for laser treatments, as a nail fungus treatment, is high and remains in its infant stages. On top of that, this particular nail fungus treatment is usually ineffective and quite painful.
Laser treatments would my last option only after I had tried everything else and if it fit in my budget. Otherwise, check out a few other treatments that would be less costly that would take care of your condition.
3. Home Remedies
Treatments based on old wives tales have been around for centuries, just about anything can be cured with everyday ingredients that can be found in most households. Chlorine bleach, beer, Listerine, vinegar, essential oils like tea tree, lavender and oregano and Vicks VapoRub top the list for toenail fungus cure.
There’s no shortage of tales touting the success of these methods, but generally they are ineffective for a variety of reasons:
* They usually have to be continued for months at a time. With today’s lifestyle, this becomes time consuming, not to mention difficult, when it has to be done daily, often several times a day.
* Products like tea tree oil and chlorine bleach can be potentially hazardous, dangerous and pose side effects.
* Toenail fungus home remedies or do-it-yourself cures rarely work, and while temporary relief may be achieved the condition will usually reoccur if the underlying cause is not addressed.
You can certainly give these remedies a try, but chances are you’ll be wasting your time along with your money on false cures.
4. Natural Over-The-Counter therapies
Many natural products, used as a toenail fungus treatment, are available through your local drug store, internet or health food store. These treatments contain natural and effective ingredients that eliminate the worry of potential side effects.
But, all holistic therapies or treatments do not stand on equal footing, and anytime you use a nail fungus treatment and put a product on your nails you should do your research and use caution.
At this point in time, our recommendation for the best and most effective over-the-counter treatment is:
So, my straightforward response to a straightforward question asking for the best and fastest way to get rid of toenail fungus is using the Zetaclear System. I also recommend that you faithfully use the system for a minimum of three months. This will take care of the fungus and give you peace of mind that a reoccurrence doesn’t take place. For severe conditions a five or six month timeframe may be needed.
And, my final piece of today’s advice: Don’t delay, get started today!