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What is the best way to relieve pressure under the nail from smashed finger?

Soaking your feet in warm

Soaking your feet in warm epson salt water will help soothe the swelling under the nail. Grape Seed extract helps regulate the swelling by helping with circulation. Try to keep it open by wearing shoes as little as possible. Staying warm helps the nerve endings from being too sensative. Tea tree oil helps rebuild the nail.

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