Go Back to Basics:For Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment

Go Back to Basics:For Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment

Seborrheic dermatitis is one of the more common types of eczema where the oil glands of the skin are affected. Seborrheic Dermatitis affects thousands of people worldwide which may cause much frustration to the sufferer & if it is not controlled, it can significantly reduce the lifestyle quality of the person. There’s the usual conventional prescribed treatment for this type of eczema, which is not guaranteed to work. To heal from Seborrheic Dermatitis, they must return to fundamentals & understand why this happens in the first place.
Seborrheic Dermatitis is usually caused by an internal source, such as diet & lifestyle. For seborrheic dermatitis sufferers, a diet which contains much saturated fats, processed sugars, & junk food is the major contributor to the imbalance of body system which promotes candida overgrowth. Candida overgrowth can increase histamine activity & causes an eczema flareup. Candida yeast will travel to the most vulnerable areas of a persons body & promote irritation. The weak points in an individual varies from individual to individual. With sebhorrheic dermatitis, the sebaceous glands or oil glands appear to be the most vulnerable points of assault. The most ample areas of the oil glands in a human body are the scalp, sides of the nose, behind the ears, & the middle of the chest.
The first step towards treating seborrheic eczema is change your diet. Reduce saturated fats & processed sugars in your diet as this two are the common factors which cause seborrheic dermatitis. Increase the intake of fiber in your diet. Fiber helps to eliminate candida overgrowth. Do not forget about replenish your essential fatty acids & vitamin E levels through diet as these two essential nutrients help the skin cells to retain moisture. Increase your intake of green vegetables,such as brocolli, spinach, collard & kale, which are very rich in minerals & fiber as well as the much needed

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