Dermatitis means any inflammation of the skin, and if that sounds like a broad category, well, it is. Inflammation can range from a mild discomfort to the really miserable bubbles that make you wonder whether you are about to boil over. So, if you are ingesting things that your body needs to get rid of you are going to get eczema outbreaks. If you happen to be allergic to these foods, they can start a chain of reactions in your body which can ultimately lead to eczema. It is best for a doctor to order cultures of eruptions, and to examine blood to identify the true cause.
But since babies gets irritated fast that they tend to scratch the surface thereby making the skin susceptible to infections. There is no known cause of this type of eczema, and experts are at loggerheads as to what makes the skin behave in the way it does.
When the right foods are consumed the body is more efficiently nourished and can self heal more effectively. Here are 3 steps you can take immediately to improve the quality of the foods you consume and thus begin to heal your eczema. Since eczema is incurable, there are various treatments that could be done to avoid the occurrence of itch and rashes.
Interestingly, allergies to house dust mites and specific food allergies (milk, eggs, soya, wheat etc) can make eczema worse. Also, some food allergies can be a bit troubling because the foods we tend to be allergic to tend the be the ones found in everything (soy, wheat gluten) so it will take some resolve on your part if you really want to get rid of your problems.
A common source of eczema is infections from the growth of Candida albicans (or candidiasis), making the skin look like a bed of fungus. On the other hand, in its beginning stages, psoriasis will cause scaling or a rash, but it may or may not be itchy. JS: I don’t think you should ever, ever use it, but because it gives you short-term relief and if your doctor has prescribed it, you should continue.