Why Do Fingernails Split Vertically?

Answer

Fingernails split vertically as a result of heredity, due to the use of strong solvents in the workplace or at home, including household cleaning solutions. Chemicals should be handled with gloved hands to prevent this.
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Finger nails can split from a poor diet being eaten. The harsh chemicals we use can make them brittle and split too. Wear rubber gloves when you wash dishes and use a protective polish
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Weak fingernails is usually caused from the elements, having them in water to often. Taking a biotin supplement can help, and massaging fingernails daily with sunflower oil, olive
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Fingernails can become dry and brittle from everyday use. Washing your hands a lot causes your nail to lose its natural moisture. Picking up objects and tapping your nails on hard
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Too much beer! Seriously, plenty of B vitamin makes your nails grow faster (so I'm told) Also, you can check your nutrition history about three months back, by looking for white spots
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