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There are a lot of people worldwide who suffer from eczema and psoriasis. These people look for various ways to treat them and have come upon a fair number of different treatments. However, some treatments are more expensive than others and some are more effective than others so a person needs to be careful when picking a treatment. These two disorders are quite similar so it is highly likely that a treatment for one disorder will be good for the other as well. Eczema is a skin disorder. People who suffer from it have flaky and red skin and sometimes even cracks or blisters as well. Experts believe that eczema is a genetic disease and if both parents suffer from it there is almost no chance that the child will be eczema free.

Medical creams

People who have medical insurance will be able to afford certain medications that the doctor will prescribe them with. There are lots of creams that reduce the itching sensation but for some people none of them provided long term reduction of severity or frequency of the eczema attacks. For instance, topical applications of cortisone cream only provide a limited effect in terms of easing the itching but the cream can actually cause the eczema to spread. Lots of people believe that stress triggers eczema. People who are under a lot of stress will suffer from eczema attacks more often and therefore look for new ways to deal with it more often. There is a treatment that involves exposure to ultraviolet lights but that is quite expensive for a majority of people. Medications that are being taken internally are also available but a huge number of them requires regular blood testing because of possible liver damage. A lot of people are not fine with the idea of their liver being exposed to certain damage. Zinc

Some people have tried liquid zinc as a treatment for eczema. A number of people reported that it proved to be successful. By applying it to the eczema sores people said that it relieved the itching and it showed certain limited effect in reducing the inflammations. Some nutritionists recommend that a person can take zinc internally. The recommended dosage at first is 75 mg per day. That dosage should be gradually increased in time until a person reaches a 200 mg daily dose. People reported real progress after eight months of taking zinc internally. Liquid zinc can be bought in almost all healthy food stores and it does not cost very much. However, a person should first talk to a nutritionists before trying this treatment.

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