1. Use natural, non-toxic soaps and detergents to prevent irritation and limit your exposure to chemical versions of these items
  2. Clothing and bedding should be washed before initial use to rid them of potentially irritating residues
  3. Dress in light cotton fabrics to keep the skin cool and prevent sweating
  4. Invest in a humidifier to retain moisture in the skin, particularly during the winter months when central heating can suck moisture away and leave your skin with a dryer surface than usual
  5. Household items, carpets or rugs, should be kept to a minimum and washed regularly; the same applies with children’s toys such as stuffed animals
  6. Keepa note of any foods that trigger your eczema and eliminate them from your diet. Common causes of a flare up include: citrus fruits, dairy, eggs, gluten or wheat, soy, spices, such as vanilla, cloves, and cinnamon, tomatoes and some types of nuts.
  7. Try complimentary therapies: homeopathy and reflexology can prove to be an effective natural alternative to conventional creams and medications
  8. Use coconut oil – this can be a great moisturizer as an alternative to thick, chemical laden creams, and is said to have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties
  9. Soak in an lukewarm oatmeal bath to calm inflamed and itchy skin, and take cooler showers as high temperatures will only aggravate your eczema
  10. Anxiety can trigger flare ups; in order to keep your stress levels low, practice mindfulness techniques such as yoga and meditation

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