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My Doctors told me eczema is manageable but NOT curable. I proved them wrong. Find out how I cured my eczema naturally and permanently without relying on steroid creams and cortisone ointments at www.eczema.curemycondition.com
My Doctors told me eczema is manageable but NOT curable. I proved them wrong. Find out how I cured my eczema naturally and permanently without relying on steroid creams and cortisone ointments at www.eczema.curemycondition.com

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Eczema Treatment

What is Eczema?
Eczema is a skin condition commonly known as dermatitis which can result in dry flaky skin which can be itchy and feel hot.  This sensation often leads to vigorous itching which in turn can damage the skin.  
The word Eczema comes from the Greek words that mean to boil over?  The word Dermatitis comes from the Greek word for skin.  Both words refer to the same condition though.

There are four types of eczema, (atopic, varicose, discoid and contact/dermatitis).

Atopic Eczema is the most common form of Eczema. It is linked to hay fever and asthma.  There is a tendency for it to be inherited, but there are also environmental factors which are important as well.
Atopic means extra sensitivity to certain substances (allergens) e.g. dust mites, cat and dog fur etc.
It affects 15-20% of young children in the UK, however, in about 70% of these cases, it clears up.  If it doesn't clear up, then it is likely that the condition will get worse as the patient gets older.
For some reason, the number of cases of Atopic eczema have increased in recent times.

Varicose Eczema affects the lower legs of patients.  It is associated with varicose veins and is often a pre-cursor to varicose vein problems.  It is also associated with poor circulation.  Unlike Atopic eczema, it tends to affect the middle aged and the elderly.

Contact/Dermatitis Eczema can be either an acute or chronic skin reaction where there is a sensitivity to a particular material.  This reaction may be an allergic or non-allergic reaction.  This condition is caused when the bodies immune system reacts with a particular substance.

Discoid Eczema can occur at any point in a persons life, however, it tends to appear at a later stage in life.  It tends to affect the lower legs and feet and shows itself as a distinct round patch of eczema.

<b>What are the symptoms of Eczema?</b>
Atopic
This type of Eczemas symptoms normally include red, dry, itchy skin.  There may also be some small water blisters which can weep on the hands and feet.  Scaly areas will develop as well where the skin has been continually scratched.

Varicose
The symptoms for Varicose Eczema start with a mild itchiness just above the ankle.  This will then become speckled and inflamed as well as becoming itchy.  On occasion, ulcers can form.

Contact/Dermatitis
This type of Eczema usually starts out with a  rash in the area where the trigger substance has come into contact with the skin.  Once the eczema has been triggered, then the eczema can spread through the body.

Discoid
Normally, one or a number of round patches of red skin appear.  They may be itchy and become blistered.  It is also quite common for these patches to be infected with bacteria.

<b>What is the treatment for Eczema?As with all conditions and diseases, it is usually best to talk to your doctor before embarking upon any course of treatment.  The information below is purely for information purposes only and I always recommend that you read the information below and then go and talk to a medical professional.
There doesn't appear to be a cure for eczema, however, there are a number of treatments which can control the symptoms of this very uncomfortable condition.

There are a number of over the counter creams which will help to soothe your eczema of which there are two types.  These are emollients which are moisturisers which will soothe and hydrate the skin.  A good time to apply these creams is straight after a bath while your skin is still slightly moist.  There are also mild steroid creams.  These creams can calm flare ups of eczema by suppressing your bodys inflammatory response.  Even though these creams are available to anybody, it is wise to ask the pharmacists advice before using either emollients or mild steroid creams.

Your doctor may prescribe some prescription medicine if the emollients and mild steroid creams don't work.

Your doctor may advise you to take anti-histamine drugs which will help you to sleep although they won't directly relieve your eczema.
If your eczema is severe enough, it is possible you could have to go to hospital where the staff there will be able to keep you away from any trigger allergens and also to ensure that you take the medicine prescribed for you. To avoid these symptom treating means and focus on a cure, you can try an all natural approach to healing.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Eczema Or Atopic Dermatitis, Anyone?

Atopic dermatitis is a skin disease which in some countries is also known as “eczema.” The ailment is one of the many forms of dermatitis or skin disease.

Atopic dermatitis most of the time occurs with some other atopic diseases, or ailments whose exact infected locations are not really traceable. Some of these diseases include asthma, hay fever and conjunctivitis.

This skin disease is most of the time chronic and symptoms and manifestations can further develop, continue to exist or disappear over some time. When you say chronic, it means the disease is treatable but not really curable.

Treatments like ointments and other forms are generally used to ease or relieve the itchiness or discomfort brought about by atopic dermatitis. These treatments are also used to reduce or diminish the affected area in the skin.

In the past, and even presently, atopic dermatitis is mistaken for psoriasis, another skin disease.

Atopic dermatitis usually shows up or affects infants whose ages may range from one month to six months. In the US, about 60% of atopic dermatitis patients experience their first onset of this skin disease when they were just one year old.

Approximately 90% of atopic dermatitis patients in the country got the skin disease when they were about 5 years old and below. There are cases of an atiopic dermatitis onset during adolescent years but they are very uncommon and rare.

Symptoms of atopic dermatitis

Be aware that manifestation or symptoms of this itchy and uncomfortable skin disease vary with age.

Generally, atopic dermatitis is characterized by the presence of lesions which occur or can be found in different areas of the body, depending on age.

For example, an infant has eczema if he has lesions in the extensor surfaces, the face or in the trunk. For young children, they are found in ankles and wrists. In adults, these lesions may be found in the upper chest, in the neck, in the face and in the genitals or sex organs.

For infants and children with atopic dermatitis, rashes also occur during warmer weather. These rashes will surely worsen with the climate change from warm to winter or colder climate.

Skin areas infected with atopic dermatitis also is characterized by unusual and unaesthetic skin drying.

Treating atopic dermatitis

Modern medicine believes that atopic dermatitis may be worsened or complicated by stress or emotional and psychological anxieties.

The dryness in the infected area in the skin can be practically reduced by avoiding and preventing further contact with the allergen that may have caused or triggered the onset of atopic dermatitis.

Moisturizers are available and easily accessible in local drug stores and retail chains but it is important to seek a doctor’s or a dermatologist’s prescription and consultation first. Self-treatment or self-prescription should be avoided for it may only worsen the skin disease.

Use of strong and harsh soaps must also be reduced to help prevent further drying of the skin. Most soaps today have chemicals that wash away and put out the natural oil produced by the skin. These natural oils contain substances that will help prevent skin drying.

Prevention

Of course, jut like other skin diseases, the most basic and general prevention for atopic dermatitis is through proper and practical hygiene.

Avoid skin contact with allergens like skin irritating chemicals, solvents and clothes. As much as possible, also avoid too much exposure to extreme climates like very high or very low temperatures.

It can be hard to explain but emotional stress can also be a factor causing atopic dermatitis so as much as possible avoid it, as well as exposure to excessive or little tobacco smoke.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Eczema And The Control Of This Skin Condition

Eczema is an inflammatory, chronic, noncontagious disease of the skin caused by allergy and hypersensitivity. The term is loosely used to include many skin conditions more properly included under dermatitis. Eczema is characterized by a number of cutaneous lesions, such as macules, papules, pustules, vesicles, scales, and crusts.

Macules are nonelevated skin spots. Papules are hard, circular, and elevated. Pustules are papular like lesions that contain pus, and vesicles are small skin blisters that contain fluid. Eczematous lesions are usually accompanied by an exudation of serous fluid and by intense itching. One-third to one-half of all cutaneous conditions are eczematous.

There is no known cure for eczema, but new treatments are helping people to manage, and even prevent flares, better than ever before. Treatment is most effective when people with eczema work closely with a physician, preferably a dermatologist, who will customize a treatment approach based on the person's age, symptoms, and overall health. With the right treatment, most flares can be brought under control in less than three weeks.

In more severe cases of eczema, where other treatments have failed, systemic steroids may be used. Instead of applying the steroidal medication to the top of the skin, it is injected into the body, or taken in pill form. These medications should only be used for a short time.

Side effects can include skin damage, weakened bones, high blood sugar and/or blood pressure, infections, and cataracts. It is also dangerous to stop systemic corticosteroids abruptly, and patients must work closely with a doctor when changing doses or stopping treatment.

Antibiotics can be prescribed by a doctor to treat secondary infections associated with eczema. Medications used to fight infection can come in ointment or pill form and are taken for a set period of time.

Sedating antihistamines, which are best to take at bedtime, can help ease severe itching associated with eczema, and help restless sleepers and "scratchers" to sleep. The sedating antihistamines are more effective at relieving itching than the newer, non-sedating antihistamines, but these drugs cause drowsiness, and can affect an adult's ability to work and think, and childrens' ability to learn if taken during the day.

Phototherapy uses ultraviolet A or B light waves, and is reserved for children over 12 and adults. It is very much like a tanning bed, and, like tanning beds, can cause skin cancer if used too much, for too long. Doctors use the minimum exposure necessary to ease itching and reduce inflammation.

In severe cases of eczema that do not respond to any other treatment, an immunosuppressive drug, like cyclosporine, may be used for a short time although the safety and effectiveness of cyclosporin in children has not been clearly established by clinical trials. These drugs block the production of some of the body's immune cells and curb the effect of others. They can provide relief from very serious eczema flares, but this improvement while on the drug often does not continue after the drug course is over. Side effects include hypertension and kidney problems, nausea, tingling or numbness, headaches, and a possible increase in cancer risk.

Keeping the skin happy and healthy is the first rule of good eczema care. This includes avoiding flare triggers, and sticking to a skin care routine that keeps the skin moisturized, and minimizes itchiness. To avoid these typical treatments that can do more harm than good you can try an all natural approach to healing.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Eczema - Instigator The Itch

Skin irritation skin disorder skin ailment, call it what you like but eczema is an eruption of the skin causing pain and suffering to millions worldwide. Eczema comes in many different forms. One of the most common is the type suffered by babies and children called atopic eczema.

Eczema is a skin complaint which can maliciously cover the whole body.  Dry patches of scaly crusted scabby like clusters mounded in a clump or red pimply like sores are just a few to mention of how eczema displays its self on the skin (not in all cases) severity of this nature most definitely needs medical attention and the reason is because if unattended the sufferer gets to prolong their agony by scratching. After an attack on the skin with fingernails expect the infected area to become wet after the oozing clear fluid which sometimes consists of specks of blood settles around the open pierced skin

A skin complaint like eczema can flare up at any time through a number of reasons. As the years pass us by our skin starts to thin and becomes drier thus contributing to vulnerability of eczema affecting us in the ripe old years. Then we have allergies developed from exposure to things we find that does not agree with the skin hence allergic reactions.

The instigator behind why the scratching takes place is the distressing symptom (The Itch) a patient does more harm than good by scrawbing away at the flesh seeking contentment in easing the itch. Damage done by scratching can result in an open wound prone to infection.

Some types of eczema can be surrounded by a redness which changes colour e.g. from bright red to barely showing at all. Because eczema is normally dry and scaly it prevents and reduces the quality of the skin and its performance in doing what nature intended and that being is to protect against heat cold and all forms of bacterial infections.

Medical treatment is advisable in every type of eczema whether it mild or severe. Hospital admissions have been imminent in some cases where the human body has been ravished by this complaint or where infection has set in after a fingernail beheads a pimply spot.

The largest organ weighing in at approx four kilograms is the skin. A great many people are unaware and intend to ignore the skin and its needs. The skin like any other part of the body needs attention. The hair is nourished with conditioner the teeth with toothpaste so why not the skin. This coverage of about two square metres covering the human body has to stand up to appalling weather conditions/bumps/knocks and itching.  

Remember the skin is your border line with the environment which is not in the very best of health at the moment. So while environmental friendly activists fight a good cause to stamp out pollution then please protect the skin.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Eczema : When You Feel The Itch...Unwind!

Increased stress at school, home, and at work can take its toll on your physical, emotional and psychological well-being.  It can cause you to feel extremely fatigued and can make your skin act up.  Acne breakouts occur when pores become clogged. Still, it is not always acne that we should be worried about.  Red, irritated, and itchy skin can be an eczema in the offing.
Eczema is a common skin irritation characterized by reddening of the skin which sometimes appear as small, oozing, fluid-filled bumps. 

There are many forms of eczema, but atopic eczema is one of the most common and severe.  There is no exact known cause for eczema but doctors believe that skin allergies and the way a person's immune system reacts to things may be involved in the formation of eczema. 

Eczema is not contagious but scientists believe that some are predisposed to this skin condition if their parents or close family relatives also have eczema and allergies like hay fever or asthma. Some people who develop eczema are also allergic to cow's milk, soy, eggs, fish, or wheat. Allergies to animal dander, rough fabrics, and dust may also trigger the condition in some people.

People who are under severe stress may find it difficult to avoid all the triggers, or irritants, that cause or worsen eczema flare-ups.  These itchy patches of eczema may affect any part of the body but are usually seen where the elbow bends, on the backs of the knees, ankles, wrists, face, neck, and upper chest.

Eczema flare-up may feel hot and itchy at first, prompting the person to scratch it. Continuous scratching will eventually make the patch turn red, inflamed, and blistered.  When heavily scratched, the skin becomes almost leathery in texture. Others find that their skin becomes extremely dry and scaly.

Atopic eczema can easily be confused with a skin condition called contact dermatitis, which happens when the skin comes in contact with an irritating substance like the perfume in a certain detergent.  Dermatologists usually conduct physical examination and inquire about your medical history, your family's health history, and the medications you have been taking in order to make proper diagnosis.  Since emotional stress can also lead to eczema flare-ups, your doctor might also inquire about any problems you might be having at school, home, or work.

Treatment can be in the form of creams and ointments that help soothe the redness and irritation. Some anti-eczema medications are taken orally.  In cases of severe eczema, ultraviolet light therapy can help clear up the condition. 

Eczema cannot be cured but its symptoms can be managed. However, there are many ways to prevent a possible eczema flare up.  Use only nondrying facial cleanser or soap substitute for facial eczema.  This will keep facial skin from being irritated.  A non-comedogenic/oil-free facial moisturizer can also help ease the dryness and itchiness cause by eczema. Try not to apply make-up or use only hypoallergenic makeup and sunscreens.

Furthermore, try to avoid substances that may stress your skin such as housesehold cleaners, drying soaps, detergents, and fragranced lotions.  It is possible that too much exposure to water can dry out your skin.  A brief shower with warm water is advised but it may be advisable to wear gloves if your hands will be in water for long periods of time. Pat your skin dry gently and thoroughly. 

Do not rub with a coarse towel which can irritate the condition.  Remember, it isn't the water that causes your skin to react; it's the water evaporating if not dried soon enough. Wear clothes made from cotton fabrics.  Avoid scratchy fabrics like wool which can irritate the skin.  Do not scratch no matter how itchy it gets.  Scratching can worsen the eczema and cause breaks in the skin which could lead to bacterial infections. 

Although there is no cure yet for eczema, it usually clears up by the time you reach the age of 25.  In the meantime, learn to manage the condition by avoiding anything that will trigger it.  Since stress can trigger eczema, find time to unwind and relax.  Engage in different activities that will set your mind off from the itch.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Cure Eczema For Your Baby

You don't need me to tell you how painful it is to see your little baby struggling with Eczema. It's not only a tough time for the little one, but it can be real hard on the parents too, with them often not knowing where to turn or who to go to for help. I have put together some simple tips here, so that if you find yourself in that situation you may actually be able to help the little one!

Get New Bedding-
Just like with an adult Eczema sufferer, the wrong fabrics in any circumstance can really make things worse, but imagine how it would feel if you were a baby and swaddled head to in fabric for most of the day, and yet were unable to tell people how bad it made you feel?
To prevent poor baby having to go through this, there are a few things you can do you. Firstly, make sure all bedding is 100% very soft cotton, and also cleaned regularly. If it's not cleaned very very regularly, tiny bacteria will build up, and it's these bacteria which will cause the itching in baby's skin. Also, make sure that the detergents used are perfume free-the perfuming agents can wreak havoc with skin, so it's best to avoid them altogether.

Bathe Baby Regularly-
This is the most common cure for Eczema in babies. It's been suggested that baby should be bathed at least once per day, twice if at all possible. Obviously the temperature of the water needs to be correct to prevent baby getting a chill. The bathing will help reduce the amount of bacteria and microbes attacking baby's skin, which should in turn reduce the Eczema symptoms.

Keep Baby's skin Moisturized-
Most adult Eczema sufferers will tell you that keeping their skin moisturized brings them great relief. Well, then it follows that this is also a good idea for baby right? The problem with Eczema in babies is that  Eczema is worsened when the sufferer experiences stress. As the baby doesn't know what the itch is or why it's happening, it is a truly stressful time, which in turn makes the itch worse, which increases the stress, and so on. It's a vicious cycle for your poor little one.
You can relief much of this stress by moisturizing baby directly after bathing. Supple skin is less prone to itching, and the more moisture content in the skin, the suppler it is. It's best dab baby dry with a very soft towel, and apply a suitable moisturizer directly to the damp skin. This will help lock the moisture from the bath into the skin, increasing the effect.

It's truly difficult to find a reliable cure for baby eczema, but hopefully these tips will help you give some relief to your little one.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Care For Your Eczema Better With These Skin Care Tips

Many Eczema sufferers are unaware that sometimes good skin care regimes are all that stands between endless suffering and an improved quality of life. The simplest of changes and techniques can make all the difference, so I have put together a few tips to hopefully help you out.

Fix Your Diet-
There's a whole lot more to skincare than just fancy creams and lotions. Real skin care starts on the inside-if you give your body the tools it needs to fix the Eczema damaged skin, you will have a definite advantage. Continuing to eat the wrong foods while trying to clear up your Eczema is like trying to run your car without gasoline! It just can’t get going! Scientists have found that foods with high acidity are linked to increased Eczema symptoms. For some reason high acid content makes the skin more prone to irritation, which of course brings on the Eczema. You can avoid this by obviously steering clear of acidy foods, which is easier than it sounds. A dietician should be able to steer you the right way though. Fear not though, there is a much simpler way to improve this too-kelp supplements. Kelp is very high in alkali, which will neutralize the acid it finds in your system, so you may find relief there.

Moisturize Regularly-
You need to get into a habit of moisturizing your skin at least twice a day, preferably after taking a bath or shower. This is great for your skin because the more moisture there is inside it, the suppler it will be, and obviously soft supple skin is far less likely to crack and itch than dry flaky skin. The reason you need to apply the moisturizer after bathing or showering is because this will help lock in the moisture from the bath. You should pat yourself almost dry with a very soft towel, and then apply the moisturizer to damp skin. It's a little harder to rub in, but it's worth it in the long run!

Protect Yourself-
Be aware of all the things than can trigger your Eczema, and do your best to avoid them. As a general rule, avoid wearing any kind of perfume or scent, as well as all scented soaps or toiletries. You will also probably find a little relief if you can get rid of all the perfumed detergents in your home. If you can wash your clothing in unscented natural detergents you will probably find that your clothing is suddenly not so itchy!

As I've tried to illustrate here, you don’t have to go to huge lengths to get some control in the battle against your eczema. In most cases all you need is common sense and some consistency. I hope these tips bring you some relief, but remember to be consistent!

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Can a Natural Eczema Treatment Help You?

If you've done the rounds of skin experts and dermatologists and still found no relief, maybe it's time you turned to some more natural Eczema remedies? I've put together a few tips here that will help you experience some relief from your condition.

Learn To Like Blueberries.
Ok well maybe that's not so necessary. Eczema experts have found that there is something in Blueberry leaves called chlorogenic acid, and this acid can have excellent effects on your Eczema. In short, it uses completely natural means to remove the microbes from your skin which cause the itching and discomfort. It's also an excellent natural anti inflammatory, so when you apply it to the affected area you will really notice the benefit. You should be able to find some kind of blueberry leaf extract in your local wellness store.

Get A Moisturization Habit-
Anyone with Eczema should keep their skin moisturized as often as they can. It's as simple as that. Your skin is a lot less prone to itching and cracking if it is soft and supple, and moisturization is the key to this. At least twice a day, and if possible after bathing. You want to do it after bathing or a shower so the moisturizer can lock the moisture from the bath into your skin. You may also find that you get by better if you can find an unscented moisturizer.

Get Some Vitamin E-
Vitamin E is a very powerful natural antioxidant. Applied to the affected areas, it can remove all traces of dirt/bacteri/anything else that may otherwise have the effect of worsening your symptoms.

Hopefully, if you've been at the end of your tether after getting nowhere with the Doctors and specialists, these tips may bring you some relief. The key is to actually take some action and be consistent with it. If you apply these tip consistently, you can see considerable relief.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Beat Your Eczema Skin Disease Now

Eczema is very common these days, and there are millions of suffers all over the world. It's worse for some than others, some people don't even know they have it, while others are living lives that are permanently altered because of it. You'll find some tips below that will help you get some relief, no matter how badly you have the condition.

Use Coconut Oil-
Many people would have you believe these days that coconut oil is just about the healthiest thing in the whole world. I don't know if that's true or not, but there are certainly many benefits being reported by eczema sufferers. Coconut oil contains something called Lauric Acid, which is only found in one other place-human breast milk. The human and soothing qualities of this substance are pretty powerful-apply coconut oil to the areas affected by Eczema, and you will see exactly how powerful it can be.

Bathing-
If you suffer from Eczema, one of the most important things is to keep the area clean and free from bacteria, dust etc. Nothing does this better than bathing or showering regularly, some specialist recommend it as often as twice a day. This can work wonders, but you have to take extra care, as the constant washing away of the skin's natural oils will result in drier skin, which is in turn prone to increased Eczema intensity. This leads to the next point?

Moisturize-
As we said, drier skin is much more prone to Eczema, and this is because it is less flexible so will often crack and flake, especially areas around our joints. The key to avoiding and preventing this is to moisturize regularly. If you can do it after bathing, all the better. Applying the moisturizer to damp skin is excellent as it will allow some of the moisture to stay sealed into your skin.

Diet-
You are what you eat. Sound familiar? The food we eat is the fuel our body uses for every single process, including healing and fixing skin. You can run your car on coca cola and beef burgers can you? Well your body struggles to run with that kind of fuel just as much. It's thought that foods with very acidic content can cause an increase in Eczema symptoms, but this can create complications, as many very good foods are high in acid-fish, tomatoes etc. The best way to combat this is to see a dietician and get some meal plans custom made for you. You can also combat the acid by taking kelp supplements-these are very high in alkali, and can neutralize the acids in your system.

Eczema is truly a nightmare for many people, but it really doesn't need to be. In most cases, if you take some time and apply some intelligence, you can see real benefits. Hopefully these guides will provide you with some benefit.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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Beat Your Eczema Skin Condition Now & Reclaim Your Life

Are you a sufferer of Eczema? If so it may surprise you to know that you can gain considerable relief from it just by a few changes to your everyday lifestyle. I’ve laid out some tips below, so put them into place today to start getting ahead!

Moisturize-A lot!
Many people will say the worst part of Eczema is the itching. Well here’s some news, if you keep your skin moisturized enough you can all but eliminate that pesky itch. The key is to moisturize regularly, and at the correct times. Ideally, twice a day after bathing or showering would be perfect. The reason it’s done after bathing is so you can seal some of the moisture from the bath or shower into your skin. To do this, lightly dab yourself with a very soft towel, leaving the skin slightly damp, then apply the moisturizer directly to the damp skin. It’s a little tougher to work it all in, but it’s certainly worth the extra effort.

Improve Your Diet!
Your diet and the food you eat play a huge role in how Eczema is able to attack your body. In short, if you are able to eat more of the foods that aid regeneration of your skin, your skin will be able to regenerate better, and this extra regeneration can really help eliminate your Eczema. As a general rule for this, big salads with lots of greenery are very good. Also, bear in mind that foods with a high acid content have been directly linked to increased Eczema. It’s well worth seeing a dietician to get some tips on how to reduce this, and even taking some supplements to reduce or neutralize this. Kelp supplements can be perfect, as they are very high in alkali and will neutralize the acid very naturally.

Be Smart-
Many people amaze me by complaining about Eczema and then doing all the things they shouldn’t do, all the time making it worse. You can beat Eczema by being smart. Avoid itchy clothing-woolens are definitely out, and try to find clothing only of the softest 100% cotton. Also avoid perfumes and scents of any kind, especially applied directly to the skin. It’s also possible for the scenting agents in your detergents and toiletries to have a negative effect, so you may want to take the time to find some natural products which are not scented.

Take care of your skin!
Keep your skin well hydrated all the time, by drinking plenty of water. If you are going to be in the sun, use plenty of the appropriate strength sunblock. It sounds obvious, but carrying a small bottle of sunblock with you at all time can prevent those “accidental” sunburn occasions, which can obviously have terrible consequences with Eczema.

You really can find some great Eczema relief if you apply the tips above. Eczema is a real curse in anyone’s life, but fighting back and fighting smart can have some real benefits.

Learn how you can actually cure eczema permanently the natural way without relying on corticosteroids at http://www.curemycondition.com/eczemaremedy
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