Finding a Natural Remedy For Eczema
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Eczema is one of the most difficult skin conditions to treat. Because of this many people are resigned to never having their skin cleared and therefore having to live with eczema all of their life. Although lots of people are now finding a natural remedy for eczema to combat itchy skin, used on a daily basis. These methods for treatment and maintenance are completely natural and will not result in any side-effects. Following, are a few methods to help you begin clearing your skin.
Moisturizing your skin
Do you moisturize your skin on a daily basis? If not, you should start moisturizing your skin every day to make sure that the skin does not dry out, as this is one of the prime causes for eczema. If your doctor has prescribed you with emolients to use for moisturizing and these work fine for you then that is okay. However, many people have found that emolients can cause itching as they leave a thick layer of oil on the surface of the skin. In this case, it may be best to use allergy tested, vitamin E cream on your skin every day after washing instead.
Would you consider your diet to be a healthy one? A healthy diet is one which includes all the major food groups including proteins carbohydrate fat and fiber. However, they must be in the correct proportions. So, you would have around 40% carbohydrates, around 40 protein and around 15-20% of fat. One of the main considerations when planning a healthy diet is to include plenty of fruit and vegetables. These foods are paramount in maintaining and acquiring healthy skin. Vitamin C plays a huge role in skin maintenance and regeneration.
Another factor to bear in mind with regards to your diet and as part of your natural remedy for eczema, is reducing the amount of processed foods in the diet. Processed foods are usually the main cause of skin irritation and eczema due to the high levels of artificial ingredients.
All in all, when it comes to treating and preventing eczema it is usually a case of living healthily with a healthy diet and plenty of exercise and avoiding artificial ingredients in food, chemicals in products used on the skin and products used around the house. Eczema usually comes about after the skin has been irritated so it's it is simply a case of avoiding known skin irritants.
By E. Nelson