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A new study by Irish skincare company Elave reveals the stresses experienced by parents of children suffering from eczema during the winter months.
Dolans Medical Hall, Moate offers some advice on treating baby skin conditions.
Evaporation of water on the skin leads to dry skin conditions like eczema. Skin hydration is a key component of their overall management. Lotions which have a high water and low oil content can worsen dry skin via evaporation and trigger a flare up of the disease. However, thick creams like Whelehans Moisturising Cream which have a low water content, or ointments (eg petroleum jelly, emulsifying ointment), which have zero water content, will better protect against dry skin.
Natural medicine is becoming more and more popular as people seek to have greater control of their health. It is a patient- centred model of care whichpromotesself responsibility when it comes to our wellbeing. The public have become increasingly aware of the connection between wellness and nutrition and increasingly opt for a drug free approach or an integrative approach to prevent, stabilise, and reverse disease processes.
“Frustrated parents, along with irritated children, presenting with itchy, red, bleeding, and puss-filled skin sores are cases we see all too often at The Liosbaun Clinic,” according to Yvonne O' Shaughnessy, nutritionist and leading food intolerance specialist at the clinic. “The occurrence of eczema in children is far more prevalent nowadays, and I see it being related mainly to diet but also other environmental factors a lot of the time.”
A food allergy happens almost immediately, usually within one hour. This reaction is very evident.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) believes that skin disorders are generally caused by internal disharmonies and environmental influences such as heat, wind, damp, dryness, and cold. Once these imbalances are removed from the system, the skin naturally heals.
A qualified medical doctor practising naturopathy, Dr Bhatti, will hold natural and complementary clinics in Claremorris at Cúram Family Centre on Dalton Street, beside St Coleman’s Church, on Wednesday September 18 and 25 from 11am to 3.30pm. Having treated people from Mayo for the last decades at his Galway clinic, and due to increased demand, he will travel to Claremorris to make it more convenient for patients to access his services.
Anne Tobin is the anatomy and physiology lecturer of her very popular beauty college.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) believes that skin disorders are generally caused by internal disharmonies and environmental influences such as heat, wind, damp, dryness, and cold. Once these imbalances are removed from the system, the skin naturally heals.