How To Get Rid Of Eczema In 1 Minute

How To Get Rid Of Eczema In 1 Minute


There is no cure for eczema but there are
treatments, and more are coming. Depending on the type of eczema and severity,
treatments include lifestyle changes, over-the-counter (OTC) remedies, prescription topical, oral
and injectable medications, phototherapy and biologic drugs. Remember that eczema symptoms can be different
for everyone. Not everyone will respond to a treatment in
the same way, so it’s best to familiarize yourself with all of the options and talk
to your doctor to find a treatment regimen that works for you. In this video we share our top tips to cure
ezcema. Any extra resources or information will be
included in the description so make sure to check it out. Our first tip is to try some OTC PRODUCTS. Over-the-counter treatments are products or
medications you can buy without a prescription. Some OTC eczema treatments are used for moisturizing
skin; some are used to help skin symptoms such as rash, redness and itch; and some are
for gently cleaning skin to prevent infection. Our next tip is to try bathing. The most effective way to treat dry skin is
to give it the moisture it needs through proper bathing and moisturizing. Soak in a warm bath or take a shower and then
moisturize immediately afterward (within three minutes). You can help calm specific symptoms of eczema
by adding bleach, vinegar, salt, oatmeal or baking soda to your bath water. Our third tip is to try moisturizing. When your skin gets too dry, it can become
irritated and cause your eczema to flare. Wind, low humidity, cold temperatures, harsh
soaps and too much washing without the use of a moisturizer immediately after, all can
lead to dry skin. Many people with eczema have drier-than-normal
skin due to an imbalance in the topmost protective layer of skin called the skin barrier. When functioning normally, our skin barrier
helps keep irritants and allergens out and moisture in. That’s why bathing and properly moisturizing
to maintain a healthy skin barrier are key to help control your eczema symptoms. It’s important to understand how and when
to properly moisturize, and which products are best to use when you have eczema. Our fourth tip is to try PRESCRIPTION TOPICALS. Prescription topical medications include corticosteroids
(steroids), PDE4 inhibitors, topical calcineurin inhibitors (TCIs) and skin barrier creams. Available through your doctor, these medications
are applied to the affected area of the skin to help ease redness, rash, dryness and itching. Our fifth tip is to try phototherapy. In phototherapy, a special machine is used
to emit narrowband ultraviolet B (UVB) light onto the skin in order to help reduce itching
and inflammation, increase vitamin D production and bacteria-fighting systems in the skin. Our sixth tip is to try systemic medications. The root cause of atopic dermatitis is still
not fully known. However, it is known that the immune system
goes haywire and causes inflammation in the skin. This inflammation can cause some symptoms
of atopic dermatitis such as itching and redness. For moderate to severe cases of atopic dermatitis,
your doctor may prescribe a systemic medication to stop your immune system from overreacting. Our seventh tip is to try biologics. Biologic drugs or “biologics” target a
particular piece of the immune system reaction that contributes to atopic dermatitis symptoms. They contain genetically engineered proteins
derived from human genes and are administered intravenously (through the vein) as infusions
to target specific parts of the immune system that trigger inflammation. Our final tip is to try complementary and
alternative therapies. Studies have shown that certain complementary
and alternative therapies can be beneficial in controlling the symptoms of eczema. These include some supplements, plant-based
topicals such as coconut oils, meditation and biofeedback. So that sums up our top tips for curing eczema. If you found any of it useful then hit that
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