Case: Eczema 25 year old
I share this case to show how important it is to give time & patience to allow healing when you are suffering from an autoimmune disorder/disease. (ps: thanks to my client for sharing your story & pics).
First, there is no short-cut. A healthy diet, lifestyle, mind have to work together in order not to bring in any more toxins while waiting for the body to remove existing toxins & rebuild the immune system. Food is the best medicine, or poison (junk food).
2012 - eczema started on this young 17 yr old girl's elbow and hands. That was the time she started drinking a lot of beer in University.
2019 - she started work, eczema spread (see photos). She took 1 course of steroid. Tension headache, needed to pee at 2am or 4am, felt tired.
4 Jan 2020 - started detox at Body Inc.
30 Jan 2020 - no more night pee, no longer tired. Inflammation gone down quite steadily especially her arms, but still itching. Some ear block on her right ear and numbness/pins and needles on left side of the head.
17 Feb 2020 - Thighs much better, no more itch. If she slept well, skin would be good. If not, she became more irriritable & skin would flare. No more pins/needles. Didn't wake up at night due to itch, hence ample sleep gave her very good recovery and no more headache.
2 April 2020 - near full recovery.
1 Jul 2020 - past few months skin was good. More varieties of food could be added without flareup.
1 Oct 2020 - total recovery. Now waiting for little scars to heal.
Her healing journey is typical for eczema skin without relying on any drugs, antihistamine or steroid, totally based on proper diet and lifestyle. Time, patience and a mindset determined to change old bad habits is crucial to total recovery. The journey is even tougher for those with childhood eczema & had been taking
Decades of toxins in the body, one cannot expect few wks of fruits/veg skin can totally recover. Healing has to be from inside out.
Skin only regenerates in 28 days, and there are 3 layers to repair. It takes months to more than a year for immune system to rebalance & become stronger.
The good news is, eczema is not incurable.
Jacelyn Tay 08/10/2020
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