Understanding Paronychia: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Lifestyle Changes

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Paronychia Beyond Medical Treatment

In addition to medical treatment, making certain lifestyle changes can help prevent and manage paronychia. It is important to maintain good hand and foot hygiene, including regularly washing and drying them thoroughly. Avoiding trauma to the nails, such as biting or picking at them, can also reduce the risk of paronychia. Individuals who work in wet environments should wear waterproof gloves to protect their nails from prolonged exposure. Keeping the nails trimmed and avoiding excessive use of nail products can also help prevent infection. Finally, maintaining a healthy immune system through a balanced diet, regular exercise, and adequate sleep can support overall nail health and reduce the risk of developing paronychia.

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