Acupuncture for Eczema
This ancient and traditional Chinese treatment can help those that suffer from eczema by stimulating the immune and endocrine systems and increases the production of endorphins. It is believed that the chi (energies) inside your body, once working together in harmony, keep you at optimum health. An acupuncturist will aim to balance your chi when unbalanced. It involves the use of tiny metallic needles which are inserted into the skin and then manually moved or electronically stimulated.
Light Therapy/Phototherapy for Eczema
Exposing yourself to sun as little as ten to fifteen minutes a day can boost your vitamin D content which in turn can help to calm the inflammation, fight off bacteria in the skin, and reduce itching, as well as speeding up the healing process. You can also find vitamin D in foods like sardines, raw milk, and eggs, or in supplement form. Those with lower vitamin D levels are more at risk of developing eczema.
Skin Care for Eczema
It is important to look after the skin once eczema has flared up. You can do this by moisturising with coconut oil as it’s antibacterial and anti-fungal, dead sea salt baths which improve skin hydration, barrier function, reduce inflammation, and reduce roughness and redness, and cool wet compresses which lessens itching.
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