Updated: Feb 25
Atopic eczema is the most common form of Eczema and it can start to appear from the age of 6 months but by adolescent age, 80% of children tend to have fewer flare-ups and it tends to subside more. However, this doesn't happen in every case because even in adulthood it can reappear quite ferociously, leaving the sufferer in the dark as to why it's happening.
The causes of these flare-ups are typically related to environmental issues, other triggers can be allergies, and other food sensitivities too.
So, how do we treat it?
We need to look at your diet, we need to look at environmental issues, and we need to investigate and understand any potential food sensitivities.
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