How To Deal With Warts
After the acne warts are the most common skin disease. According to statistics, 75 percent of people warts appeared at least once in their lives, while 10 percent of them are constant. Pale-colored skin, or light-brown with prominent formation of jagged edges do not pose a health risk – they have no roots or shoots, deeply penetrating the skin. But the joy they still deliver little. Warts appear surprisingly, single or in groups, on virtually any body part. Kinds of warts too much. The most frequent common warts. They are located on the back of the hands – hands or fingers.
It could be small nodules, the size of a pinhead, and the formation of bigger. There are also flat youthful warts. They also appear on the hands and the fingers, and even in the face. But perhaps the biggest disadvantage deliver yellow plantar wart-like blisters. These warts are very painful, and, although sometimes a bit – two or three, walking over them becomes a real torture. After forty years, often formed senile warts – they have a brown tinge, covered with scales and are usually on the chest, back, and sometimes on other parts of the body.
Typically, these warts are very difficult to treat. Warts are due to penetration into the body hard virus papillomas. You can "catch" him in the same way as any viral infection. If a person is susceptible to this virus, then even the most minor, a cut on the skin or a small crack can easily turn into light scratches and cuts, through which the "wart" virus rapidly penetrates the skin. Those with sweaty feet, must be especially careful, as wet feet – a suitable environment for an insidious virus. To avoid of plantar warts, it is necessary every day, wash feet, change socks or tights. Sly and unassuming viruses can multiply in wet, unseasoned shoes.
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