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Hijama Points For Fungal Infection. - Hijama Nation

Hijama Points For Fungal Infection.

Assalamualaikum,

Do you feel irritation on some particular body part?

Are your nails turning white, black, green or yellow?

Is your skin getting scaly?

Have you seen red swollen bumps appearing?

Does your rash give a burning sensation?

Have you seen blisters appearing on your skin?

These might be symptoms of a Fungal infection.

Hijama Cupping Therapy can help cure fungal infections, Insha Allah.

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The infection develops slowly and causes the nail to become discoloured, thickened and distorted.

Today we will discuss Nail fungus infection and its Hijama treatment plan. Many people develop a fungal nail infection at some point in their life. It’s not usually serious, but can be unpleasant and difficult to treat.

Toenails are more frequently affected than the fingernails.

Most fungal nail infections occur as a result of the fungi that cause athlete’s foot infecting the nails.

These fungi often live harmlessly on your skin, but they can sometimes multiply and lead to infections. The fungi prefer warm, dark and moist places like the feet.

You’re more likely to get a fungal nail infection if you:

  • don’t keep your feet clean and dry
  • wear shoes that cause your feet to get hot and sweaty
  • walk around barefoot in places where fungal infections can spread easily, such as communal showers, locker rooms and gyms
  • have damaged your nails
  • have a weakened immune system
  • have certain other health conditions, such as diabetes, psoriasis or peripheral arterial disease.

Rashes often pass from person to person or from animal to person by direct contact.

During a fungal culture test, your provider may take a small sample of skin (biopsy) or fluid (aspiration). For severe infections, you may need a blood test.

Hijama Nation would like to advise the following important and beneficial hijama points for Nail fungal infections.

Hijama can be performed on the foot and hands for nail fungus infection, Insha Allah.

Hijama Cupping has the potential to treat many kinds of skin diseases. It is performed by creating a vacuum on the skin by using a cup to collect the stagnant blood in that particular area. 

Hijama cupping therapy can be effective to prevent fungus infections. Hijama is very beneficial in removing dirty blood from the body.

Cupping encourages tissues to release toxins.

Hijama gives your body a boost in releasing those toxins. Focused blood flow helps your body by flushing built-up toxins through the lymphatic system.

Wet cupping is known for boosting your body’s immune system too. With regular therapy, you will likely notice your body being more protected against germs and sickness.

Hijama Cupping is an effective excretory treatment that clears blood and interstitial spaces from causative pathological substances.

Hijama Cupping Therapy increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.

Cupping helps your body reduce inflammation through suction. You can think of it as similar to a massage in reverse. This treatment contributes to sterile inflammation.

Hijama Nation would advise keeping hands and feet clean and dry. Wear cotton socks and comfortable shoes. Do not walk barefoot in public places. Keep your nail clippers separate and disinfected. 

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Adeela Aaiesha (CHP)

Hijama Coach.

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