This may explain why children are extremely prone to eczema. Almost thirty percent of all newborn babies may develop this condition, which affects about one in eight young
children. It often occurs on the scalp or the cheeks, but can
spread over other parts of the body, making children itchy
and miserable. Although 75% will "outgrow" this condition by their mid-teens, we wonder if this isn't occurring
just because their immune system's become too depressed to
manifest it. Adults who had eczema as children will remain
prone to dry skin in later years and to occasional flare-ups
of skin inflammation.
Diet can be very important. A good place to start is to
avoid foods that are incompatible with your blood type.
Eczema is often treated medically with corticosteroid
drugs that mimic the anti-inflammatory action of the adrenal hormone cortisol. People with eczema often suffer from
adrenal exhaustion (with a corresponding deficiency in the
production of cortisol). This helps explain why the excessive
inflammation is present and why eczema can flare up under
stress. Stress depletes the adrenals.
So, along with learning good stress management techniques, herbs that support adrenal function and have cortisol-like action may be helpful. Both licorice root and yucca have this effect. Licorice, however, should be avoided with weeping eczema. Other adrenal enhancing remedies such as Adrenal Support and Energ-V may also be of benefit. HistaBlock can also help because it blocks the reactions that cause the inflammation.
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