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Five ways to prevent Eczema

Eczema is a tough thing since there is no cure to it but you can fight it through prevention. Preventing yourself from getting eczema flare-up is the best way to fight this tough shit. If you have eczema like me, I advise you do the following steps:


1. Identify what causes your flare-up. People with sensitive skin reacts to certain irritants such as chemicals, foods, pollution, contact to animals, insect bites and many more. People who had sensitive skin since birth commonly knows what makes them allergic but people that have only experienced an attack later in their life maybe confused on what's the cause of a flare-up so I suggest it's better to avoid everything that you think can cause reactions as a precautionary step. You can also take an Allergy Test to further identify where you are really allergic at.


2. Avoid! Avoid! Self-control is the key to healing. Control yourself from causing any damage and truly avoid these irritants as much as possible. Foods that you used to eat but can cause allergies should be avoided. Just for now, once the flare-up is over you can go back eating your favorite foods.


3. Boost your immune system. Flare-ups are often due to low immune system. So it is better to take Vitamin C as always to avoid getting other type of sickness. Omega 3 and 9 fatty acids are believe to be great immunity boosters. There is also a wide range of natural plant extracts that may boost the immune system and prevent eczema flareups.


4. Re-hydrate yourself all the time. Stay away from Coffee as often dehydrates the skin. It is better to be under water therapy as to maintain the skin mosit and hydrated. Drink at least 2 liters of water per day, or 10 glasses of liquid. Vitamin E oil may also help in hydrating the skin.


5. Shorten your bath time. Prolonged bathing can cause your skin to lose it's natural oil resulting to ever drier skin. It is also advisable to use lukewarm or warm water but not hot. 

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3 comments:

Mommy Glenn said...

Yes I believe that having a dry skin would also cause eczema. And long baths will strip the moisture from your skin so there's no first line of defense when the rash comes out. Eczema especially genital eczema is very hassle because you can't just scratch when there are people around you. Very discouraging. You have nice tips here. Thanks for sharing.

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