What is Eczema anyway? Eczema and dermatitis are both inflammations of the skin and are most often due to allergies, but they also can be a sign of liver disease.
Dermatitis usually results from external factors such as sunburn or contact with poison ivy, metals from wristwatch, earrings, jewelry, etc.; internal factors such as irritant chemicals, soaps, and shampoos; or allergies from gluten and lactose intolerance.
In both dermatitis and eczema, the skin can become red, flaky, and itchy. Small blisters may form, and if they are broken by scratching, they can become infected.
Clean your Gut
Most people with eczema have some sort of gut dysbiosis, and the issue stems from what’s known as a “leaky gut”. This happens when the lining of the small intestine becomes permeable and allows undigested nutrients, toxins and bacteria to “leak” through the intestines and go into the blood stream. The foreign substances that enter the blood then cause an autoimmune response in the body, which leads to allergic reactions such as eczema.
Start implementing good digestion tips, taking probiotics (that has at least 10 billion CFU), and filling your diet with fermented foods, such as sauerkraut. This will began to increase the amount of good bacteria in your gut to help my skin heal. (I will recommend some good products at the end of this article)
Doctors will subscribe antibiotics frequently , stop relying on antibiotics (as they can kill a lot of the good bacteria in the gut). With natural remedies for immune support (like garlic, onions, natural suppliments, essential oils and herbs like oregano oil), this will kept your gut healthier and happier, and the bloating will decreased significantly.
I truly believe that the skin is a reflection of what is going on inside the body – so once you fix your gut, your skin will begin to heal as well.
Change your diet
Many eczema sufferers are sensitive to certain foods, without even knowing it. Foods such as sugar, wheat, processed foods, and white flour often exacerbate eczema.
During eczema flare up, noticed if your gut is also out of whack or is gassy. Notice if you are having trouble digesting foods, if you feel tingling in your fingers whenever you eat certain foods.
We often overlook stress, and we don’t even realize the extent that it affects us.
Stressers come from everywhere and stress may not necessarily come from your job; wheat and stress for one person may be just as reactive as dry weather and cow’s milk to another. In order to cure your eczema, it’s important to identify what triggers create a flare for you.
Eat Omega 3’s
The DHA in omega-3 fatty acid is particularly helpful as it reduces inflammation in all cells of the body.
You want to consider doubleing the dosage from 1-2 grams a day to 3-4 grams a day when you have a flare up to reduce the inflammation. If you use a good quality fish oil, you’ll notice that the quality and softness of your skin will change as well (especially if you have eczema).I will recommend what I used at the end of this article.
Other supplements will also help improve immunity, hormone function, and skin conditions like eczema.
How I feel today
I know people who no longer get severe eczema flare ups. You will find when your digestive system, and overall immune system strengthened, you will be able to eat regular foods that you couldn’t before, without flaring up or getting a tingling sensation anymore. (Of course, still try to eat as healthy as possible).
I have encountered many doctors who tell their patients that there is no hope for eczema, and I find that many eczema sufferers lose hope after hearing this. Don’t be alarmed if your healing does not come overnight. Since it’s taken years of bad habits for toxins to accumulate in your body, it will also take some time for your body to reverse the damage.
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