Eczema is a common childhood skin condition that is characterized by being extremely itchy. The skin is typically dry, with redness or loss of colour. In adults eczema affects flexor surfaces such as the elbow and behind the knees. In infants and children the face, scalp, and limbs are affected and the rash can be oozing and crusting in appearance. The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis, and these two terms are often used interchangeably.
Improving insulin sensitivity is a very important step towards avoiding the long term complications of diabetes. Long term complications of diabetes occur when blood glucose levels are not properly controlled. Excess glucose in the blood gets into the linings of both small and large blood vessels and damages them. This leads to damaged heart, kidneys, retina, and nerves (leading to reduced sensation in the hands and feet).
Migraines are often felt as a painful throbbing or pounding headache that can be on one or both sides of the head and can last for hours. They can be preceded by visual and mood changes. Some people also experience nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light or sound. For lasting relief, it’s important to get to the root cause of your migraines instead of just treating your symptoms.