Eczema is a chronic skin disease that often takes a toll on mental health, too, yet even contemporary physicians don’t know how to completely cure it. Despite the usually quite negative prognoses, the battle with eczema need not be in vain. All one has to do is follow several rules that will not only help in the fight against the resilient skin disease but will also have an overall beneficial impact on one’s health.
The basis of eczema treatment should be dietary adjustments. However, each person with eczema may have a different reaction to certain foods, so it’s necessary to go with the trial and error method and see which foods trigger or worsen the eczema.
Among allergens, whose regulation or elimination from the diet is best known to improve skin condition, are sugar, dairy products, raw eggs (they contain the protein avidin which blocks the absorption of biotin, a B vitamin necessaryc for skin health), tropical fruits, peanuts, hot spices, smoked meats, fatty, canned, or chemically treated foods, and instant meals.
Apart from dietary adjustments, regular exercise is also a great treatment supplement.
Mental well-being constitutes almost half the success.
Herbs and Eczema
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