Allergies, Eczema, Psoriasis
Commonly known causes of skin disorders include numerous health conditions and lifestyle factors they can also lead to the development of certain skin disorders. Skin problems can cause significant distress in that they cause itching, pain and disfigurement.
Seeking skin problems as an external manifestation of an internal problem can usually support the resolution of an underlying obstacle.
Conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, chronic fungal or bacterial infections all typically respond very well to the “inside-out approach”. Conventional medicine, for the most part, treats skin problems topically. The most common drugs prescribed for skin conditions are steroids. They often provide immediate relief from symptoms but will rarely cure the problem. Steroids suppress the body’s inflammatory signals, so rashes often appear to get better after a short period of use but often come back worse after ceasing use.
The liver, gut, diet, external environmental exposures, autoimmune conditions, and hormonal imbalances drive underlining skin conditions. It is important to always address these while cleaning and improving diet, lifestyle and deficiencies.