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How to get rid of warts?

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What are warts and how do you catch them?

Warts are kind of bubbles that are like a patch of rough skin that are caused by a virus that grows on the top layer of the skin spreads rapidly. Warts can be very annoying and can make you cranky because they are itchy and uncomfortable. You usually catch warts if you are sharing toiletries such as razors, towels, and also if you come in contact with a person having them. So yes, they are communicable. Let us see how to get rid of warts in this article.

  • Boosting Immunity

This is one of the best ways to tackle almost all the diseases in your body. Most of them are either caused by bacteria, fungus or virus. They attack your white blood cells and then take over the system. This causes warts on the skin. So to make your white blood cells stronger, that is to boost your immunity, make sure that you eat foods that are rich in citrus acid. They are the best option. Foods such as olive, elderberry, zinc, turmeric, fruits containing vitamin C such as oranges, lemons, etc. Turmeric has certain anti-bacterial properties. You can also make a paste of turmeric and apply on the affected area.

  • Apply pineapple

How much ever weird it may sound, applying fresh pineapple to the affected area not only stops warts from spreading but it also helps to reduce the effect. So, apply the freshly cut piece of pineapple on the affected area.

  • Stop it from spreading

This is one of the most parts to get rid of warts. You generally catch warts if you come in contact with a person having it or if you share towels, razors and other toiletries. The virus tends to develop on these products and then when you use them they get transferred to the body causing infection. One of the best ways to stop the spread is by continuously washing your hands and making sure that you do not touch the affected area again and again. Keep sanitizer handy so that you can keep your hands clean and prevent the spread.

You do not need to panic if you are affected by warts. It is not a chronic disease. These are the basic remedies if you are affected. You can consult a skin specialist and use prescribed medicines to get rid of warts.