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Can A Nail Grow Back If Removed?

"According to", the nail is the outermost part that protects the nerve centre that is at the tips of the fingers. Those nerves allow us to feel and feel as well as perform gentle actions with the help of the fingers. Each nail is protected by a membrane called a cuticle or in the more common language, a cuticle. This is the skin that surrounds and protects the nail and contains sweat glands as well as dry skin that is usually removed during manicure treatments. 

Studies have shown that our nails are full of information about our health. You can see diseases, weaknesses, stress and a variety of other scratches on your nails. 

Our hands report various health problems, vitamin deficiencies, mental stress and even a penchant for art, regardless of our miraculous or horrible abilities to apply nail polish. 

The most sensitive part of the nail is located at the base, where the growth of the new cells takes place and it is called in professional parlance a crescent (Lunula).

When the body suffers from a disease, the nails are the first to show signs of injury and the last to heal, so it is advisable to pay attention to whether the nails can be distinguished by the different nail layers. 

For people who want to know whether the nails can grow back after being removed, the answer is yes. Nails have a good regeneration capacity, but they grow slowly. Everyone should take note of these tips. 

Content created and supplied by: HealthArena (via Opera News )


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