Published on July 29th, 2013 | by Tom0
How To Get Rid Of Eczema
1. Check your diet
It is possible for you to get eczema just because of your unreasonable diet, sincecan also cause eczema, especially in children. Among which cow milk is common trigger for eczema. It worth a try to eliminate cow milk from your diet to see whether there is signs of improvement. Goats, sheep’s milk can serve as alternative options unless you are extremely sensitive to the smell. It is advisable to change your diet with more proportion of fresh fruits, green vegetables, and nuts. Fishes like salmon which contain fatty omega acids is effective to ease the symptoms of eczema.
2. Look for natural moisture.
Use a moisturizer without dyes or perfumes after bath every day. Petroleum jelly or vegetable shortening are recommended to apply to your affected skin. Also, Virgin Coconut Oil is very helpful to the eczema skin with good fats and nourishment.
Aloe vera is a wonderful choice. Aloe vera is amazing in treating sunburn but also in combating eczema. The best way is to apply it naturally. Simply buy a leave of aloe vera in the grocery and apply the gel directly to the eczema skin. This way is cheap, simple and convenient but undoubtedly effective. Aloe vera can not only moisturize the skin but also speed the healing of the eczema skin.
3. Wear natural fibres.
Eczema can get worse as people start to wear more clothes in winter. That is because it becomes harder for your skin to breathe. Check your wardrobe and remember to buy more cotton or any other natural fiber clothes since this will help your skin to have a better breathe. Another tip is to get rid of the biological washing powder and try simple pure range next time.
4. Use a humidifier. Dry air can also trigger eczema, so use a humidifier if the air in your house is very dry. Avoid too much exposure to the sunlight since heat will worsen your situation.
5. Take vitamins. The first choice is to make a paste with the mixture of herb goldenseal and vitamin E oil. Mix the goldenseal powder, vitamin E oil and a little honey together and make a paste. Apply it on the infected area for 15 minutes. Also taking 10,000 to 25,000 IU vitamin A every day will help to soften the skin. It is better to take it in the emulsion form which is easier to absorb. Besides, it helps to ease the itching and soothe the dry skin to take vitamin E, 400 IU per day.
6. Relax and be happy. Bad emotion or too much stress is bad for the treatment of eczema. So try to talk to your friends or do something enjoyable.