Skin Diseases

Skin is the most precious organ of our body and everyone want that their skin should remain healthy for life time. So to make your skin good & healthy  you should take care of it in natural way. The beauty of our skin essentially defines the way we look to the world at large. And it is a fact, all of us are born with beautiful skin. But as the years roll by, the skin needs this beauty to be maintained as it braves the vagaries  of  pollution, seasonal and climatic changes as well as external and internal stress. We provide ways how to make your skin healthy and we are expertise in treatment of SKIN PROBLEMS.

Following problems of skin are curable with HOMOEOPATHY (WITHOUT ANY SIDE EFFECTS)

  • Pimples (Acne)
  • Eczema
  • Urticaria
  • Psoriasis
  • Herpes
  • Boils- Recurrent
  • Cracks
  • Warts
  • Leucoderma (Vitiligo)
  • Ringworm
  • Scabies
  • Dermatitis- Allergic & Contact
  • Lichen planus
  • Dark circles under eyes

Acne-Fighting Foods

Diets rich in fruits and vegetables are good for us, skin included. Healthful foods appear to reduce inflammation and decrease the likelihood of breakouts of pimples. Here are some of the big players when it comes to healthy skin:

Vitamin A. “Vitamin A helps regulate the skin cycle, so no acne-causing protein and oil get trapped.”  Good food sources of vitamin A include fish oil, salmon, carrots, spinach, and broccoli. Too much vitamin A can lead to toxic side effects, however. Limit your daily dose to 10,000 IU.

Zinc. Zinc appears to help prevent acne by creating an environment inhospitable to the growth of P. acnes. It also helps calm skin irritated by breakouts. Zinc is found in turkey, almonds, nuts, and wheat germ.

Vitamins E and C. The antioxidants vitamin E and vitamin C have a calming effect on the skin and they are thought to work synergistically. Sources of vitamin C include oranges, lemons, grapefruit, papaya, and tomatoes. You can get vitamin E from sweet potatoes, nuts, olive oil, sunflower seeds, avocados, broccoli, and leafy green vegetables.

Selenium. The mineral selenium has antioxidant properties that help protect skin from free radical damage. And one study showed that, together with vitamin E, it may improve acne as well. Food sources of selenium include wheat germ, tuna, salmon, garlic, nuts, eggs, and brown rice.

Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids inhibit certain molecules that lead to inflammation and resulting skin problems. They also support the normal healthy skin cell turnover that helps keep acne at bay. You can get omega-3 fatty acids from cold water fish, such as salmon and sardines; flaxseed oil; walnuts; sunflower seeds; and almonds.

Water. It’s a good mantra for people to remember to drink water. Many of us have our morning coffee and then drink only one drink during the day and one at night. Water helps hydrate your body and leads to plump, healthy skin. Adequate hydration helps flush out toxins that can cause skin problems. It is also essential for skin metabolism and regeneration.

Drink twelve to fifteen glasses of water per day. “Athletes should drink more, however.”

Foods to Avoid When You Have Acne

Anecdotal evidence shows that certain food types increase the likelihood of an acne flare. These foods include the chocolate and junk foods.

There are also a few studies that scientifically support the role of two food groups in acne promotion: dairy products and simple carbohydrates.

Dairy. According to a review cow’s milk can spark or worsen breakouts in some people. The culprit is hormones used to encourage growth in cows.

“It is a complex situation. Put simply, through a series of interactions, the hormones in dairy products increase levels of male hormones called androgens. Androgens increase sebum production, which leads to acne.”

Simple sugars. Foods with a high glycemic index appear to cause acne breakouts in some people. High glycemic index foods break down quickly during digestion. They include white bread, potatoes, and sugary drinks and snacks.

What is it about simple sugars that lead to breakouts? They cause high insulin levels. High insulin leads to a series of reactions that increase androgen levels; increased androgens stimulate sebum production and clog pores.

Research aside; you are the only one who knows the true relationship between your diet and skin problems. To find out which foods send your skin into a tizzy, I suggest keeping a food journal for a month. Then read over it and highlight your worst breakouts.



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Spandan Homeo Cure Dr. Manish Thakkar completed his graduation from M. S. Pathak  Homoeopathic Medical College, Vadodara in 2007. Then after he did Certificate course in Child Health Care- Child Problems & ... Read More »