Eczema Allergies - What You Eat Could Be Causing Your Itchy
Skin  
by James T. Carmichael
exacerbating eczema -- especially in infants. In infants, milk tends to be the main
culprit for getting eczema. Soy, and even better, almond milk are better alternatives
for infants suffering from eczema. The other main culprit as far as food goes is
gluten. The main foods that contain gluten are wheat -- which can be found in most
foods you buy. Other foods that contain gluten include oats, barely, and rye.
Excluded these from your diets for at least five weeks, and slowly introduce -- if you
want to of course -- each on a weekly basis.

2.
Chemicals. Certain chemicals in soaps and detergents have been know to cause
eczema flare-ups. If you recently brought a new detergent or skin product, and you
suddenly developed eczema, then you make want to avoid using it and see if your
eczema gets better. Also if your family has a history of asthma, then it is possible
that you contracted your eczema genetically.

3.
Environmental Conditions.  Including Pets. Pollen and other common pores have
been known to trigger eczema. Pet dander, dust mites, and stress are also known
factors for eczema. Although pet dander and pores have been known to exacerbate
eczema, it is usually actually caused by a food allergen, a family history of it, or
asthma.


About The Author

James T. Carmichael

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Eczema can be caused by a lot of
different factors. Each one has a
different and adverse effect, which
generally leads to itchy and very
uncomfortable skin. If you or your
infant has caught a sudden case of
itchy skin or rash, then it is possible
that eczema has formed. It is very
likely that your eczema could possibly
be triggered by a numerous amount
of allergies. Below are a list of
allergies that can typically trigger
eczema, and lead to terribly itchy skin.

1.
Food Allergies. Food allergies can
be a strong factor in triggering and
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