Eczema is a skin condition where dry patches of itchy skin form on the body. This typically occurs because of some kind of inflammation in the body. When this does happen, however, certain foods the eczema sufferers may have affected their skin negatively. With this being said, there are several foods that one should stay away as well as incorporate in their diet if they have eczema.
Eczema is a skin condition where the skin becomes inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and very rough. This term is usually used to generally describe common skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, and nummular eczema. Although there are several types of eczema, the most common type is atopic dermatitis. Along with the previously listed effects, the skin of those who suffer from eczema may start to blister if not treated properly. One effective treatment option is the use of essential oils. Specific essential oils have minerals and components that decrease the side effects of eczema such as redness, irritation and inflammation.
Eczema can be a very frustrating condition to deal with which can leave unwanted scars. Although this may be the case, there are several ways to treat it which can not only benefit the scarred areas but can nurture already healthy skin! The following information goes into further detail in regards to what can be used to benefit healthy and scarred skin.
I have asked this question many times throughout my teens and into adulthood, and I’ve never received an answer that I was happy with. This is due to the fact that eczema is a very complicated condition. Specialists are unsure what exactly causes eczema and it’s an area of ongoing medical research with multiple theories.
My uniform at work like many is Black smart trousers, shirt, and ties. Nothing wrong with that right? Today is the 16th of December and like many big stores around the world ( I work for one of the largest American stores that sells everything, I bet you can guess which one)……….
If you’ve typed the question ‘ Can coconut oil be used on eczema?’ in Google like I did, then you’ll be pleased to know the answer is YES! I was recently given a tub of Coconut oil by my wife and to be honest, I thought she had gone mad. But she told me not to worry she wasn’t and she’d been told by a good friend…………….
We recently received an email from Sarah a reader of our website and she wanted to share her experiences with eczema in the hope that it may help others and bring to light the effects that eczema can have in our lives for all those who suffer and those who care for sufferers.
There are many reasons why you get the urge to itch ( Pruritus ) as it’s medically known. Anything from Fatigue, Depression,skin conditions even IBS can cause you to want to itch. Foods can also make you itch, This is a very well documented area in the medical field and we will cover some of the facts……….
I’m 41 years of age and I’ve suffered this horrible condition all of my life. I also suffer from asthma, hay fever and headaches, which are all related. I have tried absolutely everything to try and find some relief. As a child, I would scratch so bad my parents would tie my hands to my bed…..
I’ve had Eczema now for 46 Years and my son for the last 19 years. I’ve heard so many people talk about using super glue on our eczema cuts and cracks. However, I’ve only recently used it because I was always too scared to try it in case it hurt or made my eczema worse.