Natural Eczema Treatments
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A natural treatment to improve eczema skin can be found in basic lifestyle changes. Eczema tends to flare-up when the person is exposed to certain trigger factors.
Eczema is a skin condition involving more than the surface of the skin. What you view on the surface of the skin: the redness, the scaling, blisters or dry rough patches are not so much the symptoms of the condition as the end result. Eczema is a much more systemic condition. What you observe on the surface of the skin is a by-product of the internal battle between your body’s immune system and a foreign bacteria or allergen. Eczema is a triggered allergic response creating skin sensitivity. Eczema occurs when the body’s immune system malfunctions or over-reacts to an invading stimulus.
Eczema-Ltd can provide you with the tools you need to achieve success in treating your eczema symptoms. While you may not always be able to avoid the triggers that cause eczema, it is possible to manage and control the symptoms of eczema. Because eczema is a triggered reaction to an allergen and many of the allergens are a common component of everyday life, it is often difficult to completely avoid the allergens that cause your eczema.
You should approach the treatment of eczema both internally and externally. Diet, stress, lack of sleep, and even hydration all play a vital role in the proper function of the internal organs and internal response of the immune system. On our diet pages you can learn more about the ways foods and gluten affect the body and ultimately our skin. Stress and lack of sleep affect the body’s ability to function at its peak causing the body to go into an over drive system of reaction.
Externally you need to approach the treatment of eczema by keeping the skin clean to prevent bacteria from entering through tiny cracks that can form from dry skin or scratching, keep the skin lubricated to reduce itching and help seal the surface to prevent foreign particles from entering the body, identify and either eliminate or minimize contact the allergen to reduce the skin response.
By identifying the triggers for your eczema and minimizing contact with that allergen whenever possible and strengthening your immune system to be able to better handle contact with the allergen when it occurs you can better control your eczema.
In order to strengthen your immune system, you need to begin by determining our body’s pH levels. If our body is too acidic, the body becomes weak and is unable to fight off germs, bacteria and allergens. If the body becomes too alkaline the same problems can result. The pH level ranges from 0 to 14. The optimum range for our bodies would be a pH level in the range of 7.35 to 7.42. A diet which balances a highly acidic food or beverage with an equally highly alkaline food or beverage can be beneficial in maintaining a balanced pH level. It’s not necessary to give up all the things you enjoy, just strive for a balance.
Another good equalizer in achieving a balanced pH is water. If the body becomes dehydrated, it becomes more acidic. Drinking more water can definitely help to achieve a balanced pH level. By incorporating these basic procedures in our daily routine, we can strengthen the body and reduce the intensity of our triggered response to the allergens that cause our eczema to flare.