Eczema Treatment

Eczema Treatment

Eczema is classified based on their causes and where they occur on the body.

Eczema can be due to allergies, allergies relating to digestive disorders such as hydrochloric acid deficiency, rashes relating to immune diseases, genetic metabolic disorder or nutritional deficiencies such as lack of vitamin B.

Eczema is often an inherited condition that is linked to asthma and rhinitis in the form of a blocked or runny nose. When it flares up, the skin can become very itchy, inflamed and can develop into open bleeding sores.

Eczema is sometimes triggered by an external irritant such as perfume, washing detergent, shampoo (commonly seen on hairdressers’ hands and arms), paint, house dust and mites or animal hair but commonly, it is linked to food intolerance or a leaky gut.


Eczema and Food Intolerance

Eczema can appear at any age seemingly from nowhere. It tends to be aggravated by stress, exhaustion, sometimes by heat and frequently by exercise. Eczema does tend to come and go, making it difficult to pin down the trigger.

For most people, symptoms worsen when they are under stress.  Others noticed that it is aggravated by certain foods especially sugar, wheat, orange juice and cow’s milk, or excessive consumption of tea or coffee.

If eczema starts in early childhood, the most likely culprit is cow’s milk and dairy products. Either the child has been fed formula milk or the residues are ingested via the mother’s breast milk. The most common triggers for eczema in babies are dairy products, egg, citrus and wheat. Avoidance of such food often resolves the problem.


Treating the Root Cause of Eczema

Bear in mind that when eczema shows up on the skin, it has already worked its way through the body.  By then, you need to address the root cause of the problem.

With any skin condition, treatment starts with supporting the liver, which is the most important cleansing organ of the body. If the liver becomes overloaded with toxins, it tends to start dumping them onto the skin. Hence, anything you can do to keep your liver functioning more efficiently will surely help in your skin in the long term.

Tremendous stress and over-consumption of wheat or cow’s milk can also cause eczema to break out. Eczema is like the body purging its negative matter.

At Naturel Healing, we have successfully treated eczema patients using Bioresonance therapy. Detoxification is essential for cleansing the liver, followed by health support programmes to restore the body’s self-healing capability. Our treatment approach is all natural; no steroids or other medications are used.

Call us today at 6362-5655 or 8118-1199 and see how we can help you fight eczema.