New York, NY (PRWEB) April 08, 2014
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a tremendously common skin problem. In fact, as much as 10% of the entire human population is estimated to have experienced eczema symptoms at some point in their lives. Most of the time, these symptoms subside after childhood. But for millions of people, eczema remains a serious and chronic problem, causing severe itchiness, redness, dryness and flakiness. Beyond causing skin problems, eczema can also have a debilitating psychological impact. Eczema sufferers are all too commonly affected by anxiety, depression, and problems with self-confidence.
A new website has launched with the mission of helping people across the world to get rid of their eczema. In their featured article, they reveal fifteen powerful and natural eczema tips that anyone can start doing right now to get their skin under control without resorting to prescription drugs.
Among the tips mentioned in the article are numerous lotions and oils that can be used as herbal remedies, key dietary changes that are recommended for healthy skin, and ways to improve atopic dermatitis by controlling indoor climate. Evening primrose oil is highlighted as classic eczema remedy, due to its naturally high gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) content. This oil comes from a small alpine plant and has been long considered a natural remedy for many conditions of the skin, especially those like eczema which have a strong inflammatory component.
The article provides a great overview of some of the different ways that diet can interact with the skin. You’ll learn about the potential impact that dairy products can have on the skin, how the gut interacts with skin health, and a few examples of the types of foods that are optimal for healthy skin. The website also exposes a powerful program designed to find and eliminate the root cause of eczema. Rather than treatments which merely cover up the symptoms of eczema, the program focuses on a systematic methodology geared at uncovering and removing the root cause.
The site also offers a free mailing list to provide its readers with updates on the newest breakthroughs, scientific research, treatments, and remedies for the condition.
To read the full article, visit the site here: http://getridofeczema.org/how-to-get-rid-of-eczema-without-drugs/.