Itch that ranges from moderate to severe, rash that recurs along, dry Youtonics Skin Review skin that is red, patchy or cracked, oozing fluid from the lesions and think, scaled skin are some of the symptom of eczema. Most of the times we hear people say that skin rashes and other conditions are contagious. Yes, they may be, but not old eczema. Eczema is non-contagious. Now, the exact cause for eczema is not known yet. Studies reveal a link to certain factors in a person's life. That includes family history. Does your family have a history of hay fever, asthma, or eczema itself. If they do, chances are that you will get it too. Blame the genes.
The food you take into your system can, I repeat, 'can' cause eczema. How can this be a fact without mentioning the kinds of foods. Here's the list to be wary of. Wheat and dairy products, eggs, citrus fruits, seafood, nuts, preservatives, artificial food color and food additives - these are the suspect foods. You can't tell me to stop eating them. Rightly said. This list is not meant to be a 'foods to avoid' list but just a checklist to see if you've taken any of the foods mentioned before the onset of eczema.
Other factors include tobacco smoke, hot and humid weather, chemicals, overheating, or even air conditioning. Then there are these household allergens that seem to make their way not only into the house but also into our lives. These include dust mites, grasses, moulds, pollen, clothing, shampoo, soaps, washing powders, toiletries, and even cosmetics. This is a surprisingly huge list don't you think so. Well, that's a fact.
Pets become infested with a different kind of scabies mite. If your pet is infested with scabies, also called sarcoptic mange for dogs and they have close contact with you, the mite can get under your skin and cause itching and skin irritation. However, the mite dies in a couple of days and does not reproduced. The mites may cause you to itch for several days, but you do not need to be treated with special medication to kill the mites. Until your pet is successfully treated, mites can continue to burrow into your skin and cause you to have symptoms.
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