Thursday, May 7, 2009

How to recover from Eczema?

Eczema is a an itchy inflammation of skin. There are a few main groups of Eczema :-

Atopic - the 'allergic' type often seen in people who also have hay fever or asthma. It affects 10-20 per cent of school Children.

Allergic contact - due to skin contact to a substance to which the individual is sensitive.

Irritant Contact - due to skin contact with irritation chemicals, powders, cleaning agents, etc.

Discoid - appears as discrete islands of eczema in any person.

Seborrhoeic - in infants appears in the nappy area and scalp. In adults, it can also appears on the scalp and in the skin creases between the nose and the side of the mouth. It can also be caused by Yeast infection.

Others : a miccellaneous group including eczema of the legs caused by varicose veins and pompholyx - an intensely itchy form located on the hands and composed of small or (sometimes)) large blisters.

Nutrition that may help :-

1) Protein Powder - Important for construction and repair of all tissues. ( 1 Scoop / 2times per day)

2) B complex - Need for healthy Skin and Proper Circulation, aids in reproduction of cells and cellular longevity. ( 3 tabs / 3times per day)

3) Mixed Carotenoids - Needed for smooth skin, aids in preventing dryness. ( 3 tabs / 2times per day)

4) Vitamin C with Bioflavonoid - Inhibits inflammation and stabilizes cell membranes. ( 3 tabs / 3times per day)

5) Vitamin E with Lecithin - Relieves itching and dryness. ( 2 tabs / 2times per day)

6) Omega 3 - Promote lubrication of skins. ( 2 tabs / 2times per day)

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