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Eczema, Rosacea, and So Many Other Skin Issues - How to Help Your Skin

by Naomi Shaw 06 Aug 2020 0 Comments

Eczema, rosacea, and many other skin issues are common problems people deal with worldwide. None of these skin conditions are pleasant or enjoyable, and fighting them can be a long process. Thankfully, there are ways you can combat skin issues and help your skin heal. Some of these common skin issues are caused by things you may not have considered as stress, daily habits, and even candida can cause skin issues. By first learning the differences between eczema, rosacea, and other skin issues, you can determine which method is best to help your unique situation.

Differences Between Eczema, Rosacea, and Other Skin Issues

Eczema, Rosacea, and So Many Other Skin Issues - How to Help Your Skin

Eczema is one of the most common skin issues, and while it is usually found in children, it can affect anyone of any age. Eczema typically presents as red, dry, itchy skin that is generally chronic with flare-ups. There is no cure for eczema, but there is a good selection of different treatments that will make the condition less bothersome to live with. Many people find relief with store-bought treatment, but a doctor can suggest other options.

Candida and Skin Issues

One cause for skin issues you may not have considered is candida. Candida is a form of yeast and classed as a fungus. While candida is typically a helpful fungus within our bodies, too much candida results in overgrowth. When candida is left to grow, it overpowers the other good bacteria in your gut before leaking into your bloodstream to affect other areas of the body. Candida overgrowth can cause bloating, gas, constipation, and skin issues like eczema. Thankfully, you can combat candida with a diet plan to starve the fungus of the foods it needs to continue growing and probiotics to replace the good bacteria the candida pushed out.

Skin issues are never wanted, and everyone wants to fix them as soon as possible. Some treatments will effectively fight skin conditions but treating the symptoms will not fix the cause. If you notice a new skin issue, try to work to the bottom of the issue. Stress and genetics are frequent contributors, but other issues like a candida overgrowth could be blamed instead. Work with your doctor to figure out what is happening within your body and your life to find and address the cause of your skin problems.

Rosacea is a skin condition that makes it look like you are blushing with bumps that might be acne. Red cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead are characteristic, but rosacea can also make your neck and chest red. The red areas might sting or burn with patches of dry and rough skin. Rosacea can come and go with weeks in between flare-ups. If you think you might have rosacea, talk with your doctor to determine the best treatment plan. Leaving rosacea unchecked can cause more significant issues in the future.

Other common skin issues include chronic acne, psoriasis, warts, hives, and a slew of other conditions. Each condition can be caused by something different, and each issue will have a different suggested treatment. Not all of these conditions can be cured, but most can be managed, so they are no longer a drain on the affected person’s life.

Candida and Skin Issues

Possible Triggers and Treatments

Many skin issues are caused by an underlying condition rather than a reaction to something topical. Stress can cause a massive list of different illnesses and conditions, including skin conditions as prolonged and extreme stress can make skin conditions present or worsen. Genetics can also play a role in these skin issues. Some genes put you at a higher likelihood of developing one of these skin conditions. Regardless of the cause, you must discover what is causing your skin issues and treat it instead of just the symptoms. If a new skin issue appears, talk with your doctor to create a plan of action to figure out what is happening and how to fix or manage it.

Just like each skin issue can be caused by something different, each treatment can be different. In general, you should take care of your skin by keeping it clean and moisturized, but that is not always enough. Carefully dry off after bathing so no extra water rests on your skin, avoid harsh soaps that may be too aggressive for your skin, and resist itching whenever possible. You should continue to follow these guidelines in addition to whatever treatment is recommended for your specific skin issue.

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