Eczema is an uncomfortable and often distressing skin condition which affects one in five children and one in twelve adults in the UK. Are you one of them?
Wendy Green explains the psychological, dietary and hormonal factors that can cause eczema, and offers practical advice and a holistic approach to help you deal with the symptoms, including simple lifestyle and dietary changes and DIY natural therapies.
• Manage stress to prevent flare-ups
• Learn how to adapt your home environment
• Choose beneficial foods and supplements
• Find helpful organisations and products
Care for your skin and manage eczema with this easy-to-follow guide.
The Mail on Sunday, 25th July 2010
'Endorsed by a dermatology expert, this book suggests diet and lifestyle changes, DIY and complimentary therapies and discussed the latest research.'
'inexpensive health-related books that tell you all you need to know in a simple, easily-digested format.'
'a new range of personal health guides to help us understand our illnesses and treat them.'
‘provide jargon-free, no-nonsense, practical tips including simple lifestyle and dietary changes (as well as natural remedies) to help alleviate distressing symptoms and help sufferers to get the most from life...
'Four excellent little books which offer jargon free, practical guidance with forewords by experts in the field.'
'four useful health guides... I discovered that a muslin bag full of oats in a bath alleviates the hellishness of eczema... Elsewhere there may just be something you haven’t tried...
'Green works through a host of techniques – ranging from identifying food allergies to the use [of] stress management and household cleanliness – in a bid to help the reader...
'This is a really great little book. Taking into consideration the fact that it only has 140 pages, it is jam packed with tips, advice, useful websites and generally anything...
'an amazing little book... it is an invaluable aid for anybody who suffers from eczema or is the carer of an eczema sufferer.'
'Here is a wealth of ways to help prevent and treat flare-ups and we particularly like the alternative remedies.'
‘expert, practical and inexpensive advice on a range of health problems... concise, easy-to-follow and accessible.’
‘a series of 50 things you can do today to manage... And there are 10 topics to date. They are fascinating books and I reckon there should be enough in...
‘Talking sense… No-nonsense health books… Stuffed with real-world solutions for anxiety, IBS, migraines and more, with a new title about fibromyalgia out this month.’