During changes in season, like Summer into Fall, people can feel the fluctuations in temperature aggravate certain symptoms; coughs, colds, headaches, and more often than not – really dry skin. Eczema often begins to rear it’s head come November, when the air becomes dry and brisk. The question below has been posed time and time again, so I thought I should shed some light on Eczema.
Q – I have suffered from eczema on and off my whole life. Now the weather is changing I am starting to notice it flare up again. Is there anything holistically, through my food I can do to help this?