Atopic eczema is apparently the most common type of eczema. I disagree.
Eczema is a chronic disorder, where the skin erupts due to itching, followed by scratching this leads to, the skin becoming scaly or oozing blisters.

It is written than Atopic eczema is due to a hypersensitive reaction. But surely, all types of eczema are due to an allergic reaction to something or other. In my option, it leads, to long term psychological trauma. What else can you call it? Suddenly eczema begins to spread at an alarming speed throughout the body.

What you have to understand is that eczema is not contagious. Dermatologists are supposed to be experts in knowing about all types of skin disorders, but when it comes to putting them to the test they usually confirm what you already know (finding out by trial and tribulation) They, the experts have no new ideas as to how to treat it.

This audio has been made to reassure others that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Albeit as you suffer this traumatic ordeal it is frightening, not to mention horrifying, having to watch your skin erupting and spreading and having no answers.

Having been an asthmatic all of my life, eczema has been its constant companion (not atopic, I hasten to add)

As a young person, indeed into my early 20’s, doctors concluded that worry or stress brought it on. In my opinion an easy diagnosis, seeing as how the same reasons were given to my constant severe asthma attacks.

What was strange, when the eczema flared up, it was not always the same. Sometimes it was wet and oozed, another time it was dry.

The term “Atopic” refers to a personal and family tendency to develop eczema. This is what you will find written today!
It has to be made clear at this juncture, never in over 30 years was my eczema ever referred to as Atopic. Simply eczema! It was not until reaching the age of 13 years old, travelling to Poland to visit my grandfather for the first time, did my parents and I find out that he had also suffered asthma and eczema.

I personally suffered this disfigurement for 3 months. It began to subside as mysteriously as it came. Rightly or wrongly I put this down to radical changes made in my eating habits and the choice of products used on my skin.

1) I decided to be radical and changed my diet to vegetarian/vegan

2) Using natural 100% Aloe Vera to wash my skin

The national eczema society has no idea what the trigger is and suggests each individual learn to manage the discomfort in daily life. Try your own national eczema website.
No solace there then! In my opinion you are generally if not always, left to deal with things yourself. Below is what they say may trigger Atopic eczema
Soap and detergents

Skin infections
House dust mites and their droppings
Animal fur, hair and saliva
Rough Clothing

Many people with atopic eczema find that there is a connection between eczema and stress, although whether the stress causes the eczema or vice versa is less clear.
Let’s take a look at symptoms:

1. Itching
2. The look would be similar to what I class as ordinary eczema
3. The eczema begins to spread at an alarming rate, from toes to scalp.
4. Can last for months

It is difficult to determine the exact cause, when all is said and done we all have our daily woes and worries.

There is no simple cure for atopic eczema it is a bit of trial and error but you can do a lot to prevent and treat it.
1. heal the skin and keep it healthy
2. Prevent flare-ups
3. Treat symptoms as they occur
4. Maybe a need for antimicrobial treatments

Base treatment on emollients which are moisturisers, soap substitutes, bath oil (with nothing added

Natural Cures

The curative mineral mask

1. Inflammation is eliminated and itching is soothed
2. Fights inflammation and kills bacteria and other harmful micro-organisms.
3. Over time the eczema quickly heals and the stressed skin is encouraged to heal.
4. 100% natural
5. No chemical additives, no side effects

Honey Mixtures Improves Skin conditions

1. Honey
2. Olive Oil
3. Beeswax

These ingredients may relieve the symptoms. Although not commercially available, it can be made at home by combining equal parts of unprocessed honey, beeswax and cold pressed olive oil. The mixture should keep for 3 months.

Honey has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties
Olive oil also has antibacterial properties and the ability to inhibit substances that lead to inflammation

Beeswax has anti-inflammatory properties and is often included in formulas to treat burns and other skin conditions.

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