Treatment For Eczema – Natural Ways to Help Eczema Go Away!
Do you have places on your skin that itch and burn and literally drive you nuts? Do you find your skin erupting into a mass of red pimples or dry cracks that are so annoying you can’t help but scratch them until you finally start to bleed? Are your outbreaks more frequent during particularly stressful times? Do you despise how your skin looks — cracked, red and sore? If so, you heed a good treatment for eczema.
Maybe you have a child with eczema that you have had to cart to a dozen doctors, including allergists, pediatricians and dermatologists, but still have no answer for his constant skin flare ups. Like many parents, you have probably used every conceivable type of steroid, oral steroid, antibiotic cream and oral antibiotics with no positive results. Your child has suffered countless blood tests and blood works ups without a cure.
What can you do to help eczema go away? Isn’t there some kind of a safe, natural treatment for eczema?
Eczema is an allergic reaction on the surface of the skin. Medically speaking, it is defined as an inflammation of the epidermis, or upper layer of skin. In reality there are different types of eczema that make up an entire group of skin disorders. Eczema may occur in anyone at any age, from infants to the very oldest senior citizens.
Many physicians prescribe steroid creams, antibacterial ointments, or anti-inflammatory medications. Most people that have used these treatments for eczema have to admit they didn’t cure their problem, but they often did cause some pretty nasty side effects.
Many sufferers have found natural cures are the best way to help eczema go away. Here are a few organic products that can be used in treating eczema:
The application of coconut oil on the affected area of the skin will create a soothing treatment for eczema. It is important to keep skin moisturized to keep it supple.
It is important to drink plenty of fresh, clean water each day. Eight to ten glasses will keep the body hydrated and should help keep moisture in your skin, a key treatment for eczema.
Blueberry leaf is a natural anti-inflammatory that works very well to help eczema sufferers relieve their constant itching.
Zinc has natural curative powers for the skin. You may purchase zinc tablets and take them orally, or crush them and create a poultice to be applied to the skin. This is a tried and true natural treatment for eczema.
Shark cartilage (which can be purchased in pill or capsule form ) is another natural treatment for eczema that will help reduce itching.
Some have successfully used a light mud pack on sore skin to help eczema go away. Generally the mud should remain on the skin for about 50 to 60 minutes and then be gently cleaned off and the skin dried.
Can you imagine what it would be like to never have to suffer another skin eruption? Imagine having healthy skin that never stings or itches! Think about the possibility of never worrying about scratching or breaking your skin open!
You could actually wear shirts or blouses that reveal your arms and not worry about people seeing your skin. No longer would you be humiliated to be seen in a bathing suit, shorts, sandals or open shoes!
By: Jenny Rantoul
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