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Eczema Symptoms And How To Treat Eczema Naturally

Eczema Symptoms And Treatment
Before we discuss in more depth about natural options to treat Eczema, it's important to know what actually Eczema is, what are the common symptoms and why natural alternatives are ideal for us as a home treatment.

Based on Wikipedia, Eczema mentioned as a disease in a form of dermatitis, or in a simple term called as inflammation of the epidermis. The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent skin conditions. These include dryness and recurring skin rashes.

Eczema are usually characterized by one or more of following symptoms:

Redness, skin edema (swelling), itching and dryness, crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, oozing, or bleeding. Areas of temporary skin discoloration may appear and are sometimes due to healed lesions, although scarring up is rare. In contrast to psoriasis, eczema is often likely to be found on the flexor aspect of joints.

Research has also shown that eczema is often caused by underlying psychological (usually stress) trauma, food habits, or dehydration, and not external causes. That being the case, rubbing a steroid cream on your itchy skin may temporarily relieve the itch, but it won't solve the main problem.

Eczema Skin Treatment
Now, it is important for us to know how to treat eczema by trying these natural eczema treatment tips to get to the root of our itchy skin problem:

1. Do a diet check. Your eczema could actually be the result of a slight allergic reaction. Try and avoid foods that can cause eczema flare-ups, like citrus fruits, eggs, shellfish, chocolate, wheat, and cow's milk. Cut back on animal fat, sugar, caffeine, alcohol, and overly processed foods. Stick to whole grains and eat a lot of Vitamin A and potassium, like carrots and spinach.

2. Treat dry skin with severe hydration. Drink at least 2 liters of water a day.

3. Invest in a vitamin. Your body could be lacking a certain nutrient that's making your skin go haywire. Vitamin C and Vitamin F are often helpful in hydrating skin from the inside out.

4. Try some herbs and oils. Herbal remedies can be calming, which can help rash-prone skin, and with direct contact, can relieve itch and treat eczema. Visit an herbalist who is trained in Chinese Medicine or Ayurvedic Medicine.

5. Relaxation. Our skin often responds to whatever is going on inside us. If we're stressed out, our skin will get stressed out. If we relax, so will our skin. Stress-induced rashes, such as eczema often clear up on their own if some serious relaxation.

Try and cut back on some of your obligations and spend more time unwinding and by doing that get rid of stress. Your body, inside and out, will thank you!

5 Ways to Treat Eczema Naturally provided by Fedora (natural health and beauty specialist).
To read more of her tips and advice visit her at fedorazine.com.


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