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Tips On How You Can Ease Eczema Triggers

Photo Courtesy of: freedigitalphotos.net/ by marin

Photo Courtesy of: freedigitalphotos.net/ by marin

Information and Some Tips about Eczema:

  1. Avoid the cold:

For many people, the cold can cause eczema breakouts. If this happens to you, you might see that your skin is too dry. To help, try to frequently moisturizing your skin to avoid eczema. Moisturizing creams can help keep your skin from drying out, cracking and itching. When indoors you could can also use a humidifier to add moisture in the air and keep your skin from becoming too dry.

  1. Stay away from dust:

Studies have found that dust mites can cause eczema. Cleaning the dust out of your home is the ideal way to prevent yourself from having an eczema breakout. To stay dust free, you might have to consider getting rid of your carpeting, washing your bed linens and curtains weekly in hot water, and cleaning your home thoroughly one or twice every week.

  1. Choose your detergent carefully:

Some laundry detergents contain certain harsh ingredients that can cause eczema symptoms. You might consider choosing a detergent that is fragrance free and has neutral pH. What can also be helpful is choosing the double rinse cycle on your washing machine. Make sure to also be careful when using other house cleaning or general cleaning products with bare hands. Try using rubber gloves when cleaning to avoid any outbreaks caused by the cleaning products.

  1. Watch what you are eating:

Food allergies may cause eczema symptoms in people with atopic dermatitis. What can you do to avoid that? There are several tests doctors use to diagnose food allergies, including skin prick tests and blood tests, so speak with your doctor to determine if any types of food could be causing your eczema symptoms.

 

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Source: http://www.everydayhealth.com/eczema-pictures/eczema-triggers-to-avoid-0310.aspx#01

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