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    Ecema Treartment Analysis
    dada12 posted:
    The most effective way to get rid of eczema is to prevent it from victimizing you in the first place. Eczema is caused due to both environmental and genetic factors. It needs more effort to control the eczema caused genetically. You should ask medical help to treat the genetic caused eczema. Aside from this, you can have all the possibilities to prevent or cure the environmental-related eczema by following the tips below:[br> [br>1. Maintain excellent body hygiene at all times.[br>In general, eczema is caused by poor body hygiene. Thus, you need to have regular baths, at least twice a day and wash your face and hands often. Use mild soaps and cleansers which taking out everyday dirt and toxin from the body. Wear comfortable and clean clothing that keep your skin cool at the time.[br> [br>2. Eat foods that are good for the skin.[br>A healthy immune system can help prevent eczema. Eat food that contains all essential vitamins and minerals which helps you to improve your immune system. Always have a balanced diet. Add green vegetables, fruits that can keep your skin hydrated. . Avoid foods that can cause rashes or allergies, like seafood, chicken, and dairy products. Avoid caffeinated products, spicy and sugar-filled products. Take foods in moderation. Drink more water often. It is recommended to drink at least eight glasses of water daily.[br> [br>3. Use mild body hygiene products.[br>Avoid using strong soaps, cleansers that contain harmful chemical ingredients, which can trigger eczema. Get recommendations from your dermatologists for safe and mild skin products that can be used every day. Stick with one mild and gentle set of skin care products. Do not change the brand often. Sometimes it may harm the skin. Likewise, avoid using different creams and lotions will end up in harming your skin in the end.[br> [br>4. Be wary of topical creams and lotions.[br>Use night creams and ointments prescribed by the dermatologists and experts. It is advisable that you consult a dermatologist or a physician in order to get prescriptions or recommendations of cleansers that are ideal to use for eczema-infected skin. Eczema lotions are also available. Beware of self-medicating. Alternatively, choosing eczema medicines that are given by just anyone.[br> [br>5. Exercise:[br>If you want to have a healthy and glowing looking skin free from any skin infection, you have to do some exercises daily for at least 3-4 times per week. Proper exercise will help your body organs to function at their maximum level, which will eventually improve the immunity system to fight any infection from the body.

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    Mohiba K Tareen, MD responded:
    EXCELLENT advice dada12!!! Thank you for your input

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