濕疹和慢性疲勞綜合症

Eczema and chronic fatigue syndrome are both inflammatory conditions that can be caused or irritated by allergic reactions to food and stress. Symptoms of eczema are dry, itchy skin, swollen tissue, and sometimes bleeding from open wounds.

Stress and exhaustion can worsen symptoms of eczema and chronic muscle fatigue. Certain trigger foods and excessive coffee and tea consumption can make the symptoms of these conditions appear more severe. Exposure to extreme weather conditions, whether hot or cold, can affect eczema and inflammatory responses in people with chronic fatigue.

Eczema and chronic fatigue can be caused by leaky gut syndrome. This condition occurs when there is an imbalance between healthy and unhealthy bacteria in the gut. On a cellular level, this occurs when the lining of the intestines becomes vaporized, leaking toxins and undigested food particles into the bloodstream. The body then interprets them as invaders, causing the immune system to respond. The result is joint pain, fatigue, breathlessness and headaches.

Leaky gut syndrome is caused by excessive stress, environmental toxins, chemicals, and parasites. Foods high in sugar, white flour, and wheat can harbor harmful bacteria that lower the protective layer. When the balance of good bacteria (80%) and bad bacteria (20%) is out of balance, individuals develop leaky gut symptoms. When the same person also suffers from eczema or chronic fatigue syndrome, it can cause extreme pain, swelling, and tenderness around the skin and joint areas of the body. People with eczema and Epstein Barr chronic fatigue should avoid the following foods: coffee, tea, chocolate, beef, citrus, peanuts, eggs, wheat, alcohol, and tomatoes. These foods are either too acidic or create acidic levels in the body. Food preservatives, colorings, pesticides, refined and processed foods should be avoided as they may cause allergic triggering reactions in people with eczema and increase the likelihood of inflammation in people with chronic fatigue.

People with eczema should include pesticide-free fruits and vegetables in their diet. There are many foods to keep your gut healthy, including cabbage, beans, lentils, garlic, oats, onions, scallions, salsify, Jerusalem artichokes and fresh ginger.

Salmon, anchovies, tuna, herring, and sardines are rich in omega-3 oils, which help reduce inflammation and heal affected skin areas. Use orange juice instead of pear juice, which is too acidic for people with chronic fatigue syndrome and eczema.

Avocado oil and wheat germ oil contain high levels of vitamin E, which promote skin healing and reduce inflammation.

Omega 6 oils refined from nuts and seeds promote healthy skin and reduce inflammation.

Allergic reactions to dairy products are common in people with chronic fatigue and eczema, and suitable alternatives could be oat, soy, buffalo and rice milk.

Vegetable concentrates/juices made from carrots, apples, cucumbers, cabbage, celery, ginger, beetroot, radish and artichokes or any combination of the above will provide a nutrient-dense drink that promotes gut health and reduces inflammatory symptoms.

Stress can worsen eczema symptoms. Promoting stress-reducing lifestyle changes, such as yoga, meditation, exercise, and tai chi, can reduce stress and strengthen joints in people with chronic fatigue.

Aromatherapy can relax the mind and body. Massage oil can soothe sore joints and muscles and promote skin healing. Constipation may occur when a person is under stress. It is important to keep your intestines and liver clean as these areas are vital to maintaining intestinal health.

People with eczema and chronic fatigue should avoid chemical-laden shampoos and soaps because they can irritate the skin.

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