Skin conditions

Baby has eczema on his face

Skin disease, especially if it affects the face or other visible parts of the body, is an allergic symptom which is often regarded subjectively as particularly unpleasant. The disorder is impossible to hide from other people and fear of possible contagion may lead some sufferers to withdraw from social contact. Allergically induced rashes may affect only small areas of the body or extend throughout the whole body. Symptoms range in intensity from slight reddening of the skin through scaly for oozing eczema to ulceration. The symptoms are almost always linked with itching of varying severity. Scratching provide a short-term relief but usually aggravates the rash and can lead to additional infections. In conventional medicine is a distinction is made between acute or chronic skin eruptions and eczema neuronal dermatitis and some other clinical pictures. Treatment is usually topical; the cause generally unknown. Cortisone ointment certainly helps but only while it is applied. Numerous alternative therapists with many years of experience in this area have found that chronic food allergies to cow’s milk, or wheat, usually coupled with intestinal mycosis, plays a crucial role in neurodermatitis and chronic eczema. Many of these cases have been treated successfully using BICOM bioresonance therapy.

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