9 Stories About Eczema Treatment Including Through Alternative and Natural Ways
Your child has an eczema and you have tried all kinds of natural creams on his hands and Manuka honey, but no treatment works. No relief works and you are looking for solutions. Here are 9 stories about eczema treatment ThebloggingExpert reporters have covered before.
Diluted Bleach Baths Improve Childhood Eczema. The researchers say diluted bleach baths can reduce the number of eczema flare-ups, calm itching, and improved quality of life in children with eczema. The inexpensive baths translate to less risk of antibiotic resistance. Walter J. Hamlin Professor and chair of dermatology, and professor of pediatrics, at the Feinberg School, Amy S. Paller, M.D., found that eczema in children responded to dilute bleach baths five times better than children given placebo over a three-month period, reports Kathleen Blanchard.
Vitamin B for mom: Natural remedy for eczema in child. The University of Southampton reports researchers have found that eczema risk in a child is associated with vitamin B levels during pregnancy. At the age of 12 months there was a decreased risk of eczema in infants whose mothers had a higher level of a specific type of vitamin B while they were pregnant, reports Dr. Harold Mandell.
Alternative Eczema Therapies Are Not Proven. At the American Academy of Dermatology’s Summer Academy Meeting 2009 in Boston, dermatologist Peter A. Lio, MD, FAAD, assistant professor of dermatology and pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, discussed why eczema patients try alternative therapies and how certain therapies used in conjunction with clinically tested medical treatments could hold promise in further improving the condition, reports Ruzanna Harutyunyan.