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How to treat atopic dermatitis yourself

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Is your atopic dermatitis improving?


“Last month was good, but…”

“It’s been a good week.”


Atopic dermatitis can be good or bad.


The condition of atopic dermatitis depends on various reasons such as seasonal patterns, busyness, and lack of sleep.


What can I do to keep my skin healthy?




How to treat atopic dermatitis yourself


What is the role of skin?

Secretory action: Prevents dryness of the skin by secreting sweat and sebum.
Protective action: Prevents external stimuli and prevents water loss from the body.
Thermoregulatory effect: When it’s hot, it sweats to lower body temperature, and when it’s cold, it closes pores to maintain body temperature.
Saving action: Stores fat under the skin.
Excretion: Eliminates waste products from the body as sweat.
Sensory function: It also has a role to sense pain, warmth, coldness, and itching.

As mentioned above, the skin has many functions.

Among these, “excretion action” is mainly related to atopic dermatitis.


The quality of waste products in the body is related to the quality of atopic dermatitis.


“Are there good or bad things about waste?”


When you think of waste products, the first thing that comes to your mind is stool, isn’t it?


I think the flight status is constant to some extent, but isn’t it sometimes loose the day after a drinking party or not during the trip?


The point is that it depends on the amount and quality of food and water.


In the same way, the waste product called sweat that comes out of the skin also depends on the quality and quantity of food and water.

So, what should people with atopic dermatitis improve?



Dietary habits that people with atopic dermatitis should be aware of


The excrement is bad because the food and drink are bad.

If you put bad things in, it is a natural result that bad things will come out.


So what can be done to improve atopic dermatitis?


The first is food additives.

Preservatives, coloring agents, chemical seasonings, etc.


These may be common sense for people with atopic dermatitis.


Therefore, I will list food additives that many people misunderstand, “Isn’t this good for the body?”


Amino Acids: For those who know terms such as essential amino acids, there are cases where they misunderstand that amino acids are good for the body, but they are actually chemical seasonings.
Caramel coloring… People tend to think that they are using the brown substance when sugar is burnt, but this is also a food additive. Colorants are highly toxic food additives.
Vitamin C: People tend to think that they put it in for their health, but I put it in to preserve the color of the food. This is also often a chemical seasoning.

It’s difficult to avoid all of them, but the more you know, the more likely you are to avoid them.



The second is “wheat products”.


“I’m not allergic to wheat, but?”

You might say that, but people who eat wheat on a daily basis have pretty bad skin.


“Recently, my atopic condition has improved.”

When I heard someone happily say

“My teacher told me to be careful before, but I decided to quit wheat more firmly, so I reduced it considerably.”

It said.


My skin has never been better.


Wheat products are doing more damage to your body than you might think.

If you don’t quit completely, try to cut it in half.


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