Sunday, 26 October 2014

04 Awesome tips to Counter Winter Skin challenges


You can notice it very easily that the majority of the world population is the grip of the winter. In such severe seasons, the skin needs protection, for normal functioning and to keep up our charm in the society.

  • Common issues faces by the skin in the winter are psoriasis,
  •  eczema and dermatitis
So let see how can we protect yourself ourselves from these conditions.
  • First, an important aspect to cure the skin challenges is proposed by Professor  Barry Kindler, PhD, at the university of Bridgeport. This is called a shotgun approach.  It will be of your interest that this approach suggests hitting the issue with everything that is possible to increase the skin health and repair. This approach further suggests that the more agents you take, the more likely the skin to improve its condition. Further, the approach suggests  that you should be patient to see the effects of what you take. It can take from some weeks to three to four  months to take effect, resulting in the normal skin condition.
Now, let's see the other recommendations of the Dr. Barry kindle for a healthy and charming skin in winter. The recommendations are,
  • You should take plenty fiber rich foods. The addition of more beans, lentils, peas, fruits and veggies are of particular importance for a healthy skin in winter.
  • You should avoid food that has gluten, such as wheat, rye, oats and barley. Other foods, you may avoid adding further to your skin health are, sugar, alcohol, wheat and animal fats. These foods can increase the inflammation processes. You may know that an increased inflammation results in the more redness, swelling, redness and pain.
  • You should increase the intake of the sea foods, Salmon, black cod and sardines. Its increase intake is the anti-inflammatory benefits if these foods. Specially, these foods contain Omega-03, which have a strong anti-inflammatory effect.
  • The daily intake of high potency multi-mineral and mineral also helps you to keep your look clean and clear. An additional intake of Vitamin E 400iu, Chromium 400 mcg, Zinc 30 mg and a water-soluble fiber 5 mg.
Zinc, 30 mg intake, will not only improve the health of your skin, but also gives you the added benefits of prevention of cold and flu, will boost the immune system and a lot more added benefits, for additional health benefits of Zinc...
  • The study also recommends, you will find some non-medicated applications beneficial in countering the psoriasis. Among these non-medicated is the intake of Oregon mouth tincture by mouth or applying topical origin grape cream.
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