Helping Dry Skin and Eczema

  • Pinterest

Posted by Dr Janine Bowring

December 21, 2020

XXX

  • Main Point Here
  • 2nd Point Here
  • Point Here
  • Point Here
  • Point Here

Over the years, I have treated hundreds of patients who suffered from the dry skin condition known as eczema. Teens, men and women are sometimes afflicted with this devastating condition which is especially distressing when it’s on the face. We are taught as young children to “put your best face forward”. With eczema, this becomes difficult and often affects the patient’s self-esteem.

Helping Dry Skin and Eczema

Over the years, I have treated hundreds of patients who suffered from the dry skin condition known as eczema. Teens, men and women are sometimes afflicted with this devastating condition which is especially distressing when it’s on the face. We are taught as young children to “put your best face forward”. With eczema, this becomes difficult and often affects the patient’s self-esteem. There are natural solutions to dramatically improve this condition. Eczema is a chronic problem that stems from inflammation in the body. Reducing the inflammation naturally can help cure the eczema. First, you need Omega-3s in the right balance of DHA to EPA to fight the inflammation. DHA is found in seafood and small fish such as sardines, but also a high quality DHA supplement is often needed to get adequate amounts of DHA, without the risk of the toxicity from mercury and other toxins found in fish such as PCB’s, and dioxins. Next, is detoxification. You need to get rid of all the toxins in your internal organs plus the heavy metals in the blood and lymphatic system. Diet is another factor to consider. Reducing dairy and wheat products helps the skin to heal. Often, we can have lactose or gluten intolerance without having a full-blown allergy. The sensitivity to these products can cause an inflammatory response and contribute to leaky gut syndrome, which can make the eczema worse. Try reducing the amount of milk and wheat products you consume on a daily basis to help reduce the overall inflammation in the body, which can lead to skin inflammation. Getting natural sunlight exposure daily without the use of sunscreen is very important for eczema sufferers. It’s amazing how quickly the skin will clear up, just by doing this alone. I have seen patients watch their eczema dramatically disappear within a few weeks by following these steps. I’ve always said that your health is in your hands. Good health means watching our diets and choosing good natural solutions to what ails you.

  • Pinterest

XXX

CTA

#2 XXX

XXX

CTA

2
  • Pinterest
  • Pinterest
  • Pinterest
  • Pinterest

#3 XXX

XXX

 

CTA

3

Pin It on Pinterest

Uncategorized Helping Dry Skin and Eczema