In this article I will discuss the root causes of skin itching which creates ALL the suffering in Neurodermatitis (and all the other skin problems).
While there are many theories about the causes of skin itching for people with Neurodermatitis, there are no causal treatments available which allow an effective treatment of the symptoms. As I have discussed in other blog entries that it is very important to treat the cause of any disease instead of the symptoms, symptomatic treatment still prevails for almost all skin issues.
Unknown causes of skin itching make skin treatments ineffective
In the absence of understanding we always treat the symptoms, which at least alleviates the pain, but it will never provide a cure, something we have to keep in mind. Read the rest of this entry »
The common Neurodermatitis treatment is aimed at reducing the pain and making the symptoms more manageable. The biggest issue with Neurodermatitis is a vicious itch-scratch cycle which leaves the person end up exhausted and irritated from constant never ending scratching. Neurodermatitis is progressive and can create various additional complications such as arthritis which adds to the pain. Besides the physical pain Neurodermatitis has a tremendous impact on the persons well being since it is impacting all areas of ones life. Treating Neurodermatitis doesn’t end until the itch-scratch cycle is stopped.
This article will give you more ideas on what kind of Neurodermatitis treatment is available. Neurodermatitis is a chronic skin disorder that is caused by stress and frustration within the person suffering from it. This is a continuation from how to get rid of Neurodermatitis. I can also recomend you to read about the itch-scratch cycle of Neurodermatitis, which is the #1 issue of Neurodermatitis.
In this article I will give you ideas about how to get rid of Neurodermatitis.
Neurodermatitis seems to be very difficult to get rid of. I tried different cremes, oils and medication without any success until I figured out a way to eliminate what is causing Neurodermatitis. I knew after 6 month that I couldn’t expect to get rid of Neurodermatitis by using cortisone, oils or cremes. I didn’t even try to cover it up, no I decided to find a solution and recover my health completely. After about 4 years into the ordeal I discovered what was causing it and I also discovered the easy way to get rid of Neurodermatitis and that is what I want to explain in this article.
How to get rid of Neurodermatitis
The very necessary first step is to recognize, that Neurodermatitis has nothing to do with your skin, food, genes or anything else but with you. If you research Neurodermatitis you will find that the medical experts admit that there is no cure. So did you ever wonder why there is no cure available to people like you and me? The reason is very simple.
There are 2 obstacles in the way of getting rid of Neurodermatitis:
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I want to explain to you the very important difference between treating the cause of Neurodermatitis versus treating the symptom, and I am going to use an experience I had to explain it in a way that is easy and fun to understand.
I was driving an Audi of a friend of mine until the car stopped unexpectedly in front of a gas station. (Symptom: Engine does not work) The car was a relatively new Audi A4, maybe 12 months old. There was enough gas in the tank. (Assumption) We started to check the usual possibilities in a case like that: spark, air filter, electrical cables, all the rest, and found nothing…
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