Home Remedies for Seborrheic Dermatitis
How Can Seborrheic Dermatitis Be Remove Naturally
What is seborrheic dermatitis? What causes seborrheic dermatitis? Can it be removed naturally? What needs to be done to remove it?
Seborrheic Dermatitis is considered as a type of eczema. Seborrhea means “flow of oil’ in which the word Seborrheic came from. Our body is composed of two kinds of glands – sweat and oil glands.
The sweat glands is the warmth controller of the body that discharge sweat and get rid of toxic in the body while oil glands creates oily material to moisturize the skin and providing silky-smooth hair. Once oil glands are affected it becomes a skin disorder that can influence the scalp and will result to scaly or flaky, itchy and red skin. Thus will not only cause discomfort but also awkwardness as the one experiencing seborrheic dermatitis will cause him to keep on scratching.
Seborrheic dermatitis can also affect not only the scalp but also some parts of the body such as ears, armpits, chest, and breast bone area. This skin disorder is caused by sudden change of weather, allergies, anxiety and other diseases such as HIV. Even though seborrheic dermatitis cannot be healed as there are instances that it will reoccur but there are ways that the signs can be treated.
Here are some natural treatments that can be use and can be done at home to cure seborrheic dermatitis.
First before you start applying different kinds of remedies you have control your diet. Since seborrheic dermatitis is from the oil of the skin, you must prevent yourself from eating fatty and oily food as it will trigger over production of oil glands and will only worsen the condition of the skin disease.
Eat anti bacterial food that can help treat skin fungal such as oregano, radish, red clover and ginger. Refrain food like eggs, fish, shell fish, shrimps, chicken, nuts and wheat as it will cause inflammation and skin irritation. Without controlling the food you eat, regardless of the effective remedy, cure will not be achieved.
Keeping yourself clean, taking a bath everyday and using the appropriate shampoo for your hair is an important part of personal hygiene to avoid seborrheic dermatitis. Maintaining a stress free environment and keeping away from humid temperature are some of the ways to avoid having skin disease.
Massaging olive oil or coconut oil in your scalp will help you have a regulated blood circulation. It will soften the flake and you can comb your hair to remove the dry flakes. Tea Tree oil on the other hand can have a burning feeling once applied to the scalp or to your skin, you may try mixing it with water, leave it for about an hour and rinse it off.
Applying herbs directly to your skin or scalp such as chamomile, rosemary, hop root and other herbal remedies for seborrheic dermatitis help cure the skin disease. Be aware that there is possibility that seborrheic dermatitis will reoccur.