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April 30, 2021
Dealing with eczema can be a daily battle that can leave you feeling disheartened and frustrated.
Eczema treatment can be a series of trial and errors until you find what works for your skin, and sometimes seeing another persons experience and process can bring some much-needed guidance and inspiration.
In today’s blog post we will outline some daily management tips for eczema to help you on your road to healing!
There are a number of different types of eczema but the term is most often used to refer to atopic eczema (also called atopic dermatitis) The word atopic refers to hypersensitivity reactions to something in the environment.
Atopic eczema is a very common, non-contagious, chronic (long-term) inflammatory skin condition. If you have atopic eczema, your skin barrier function (which prevents water loss and protects against allergens and irritants) is impaired or weakened. This makes the skin dry out and become more vulnerable to infections.
The cause of eczema is varied, and usually different for every individual, but there are certain things that come into play when looking at causes:
June 08, 2021
We have all heard that cholesterol affects our body, but we can all agree that the more information available the more confusing the topic can get.
Simple, but concise information and a bit of guidance is all we ever need when dealing with our health.
In this blog post we will help you understand cholesterol a bit better and how you can continue to improve your health each and every day.
May 08, 2021
Stress is almost impossible to avoid, work stress, home life stress, self-induced stress, it can feel like it’s everywhere, am I right?
Having just a few simple strategies to help you relieve stress can go a long way in shifting your mindset for long-term improvements.
When we hit a stressful period in our life it can be easy to just hope it passes and wait until it does so, but how about this time we try a different approach? The more practice you give to something, the better you get at it, stress management is no different to any other skill. Practice makes perfect.
April 19, 2021