Latest Research Found Genetic Mutations Has One Of The Causes Of Severe Eczema

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For more than 17 million people in the United States living with severe eczema – a condition that results in dry, and itchy rashes.

In a study, mutations in a gene known as CARD11 were identified as one underlying cause for severe eczema. Severe eczema can run in families, which suggests a genetic cause.

These CARD11 mutations can prevent T cells  from being able to do their jobs normally. The mutations prevent the cells from taking in enough glutamine, which is needed for T cells to maintain their proper function. This also explain why some patients with severe eczema have a history of pneumonia, warts, and other types of lung and othee skin infections.

While a mutation in the CARD11 gene is only one possible cause for severe eczema, its discovery can influence new therapies. Current treatments, including over-the-counter and prescription pills or creams, focus on bringing down the inflammation and relieving the itching. TRY THIS

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Human Gut Germs Dictated by Diet

​Lifestyle advances over thousands of years may have altered people’s microbial makeup, study suggests.

What you eat, or don’t eat, affects the mix of germs in your digestive tract, new research indicates.

Thousands of microbial species thrive in the human intestine, helping people digest fiber and make vitamins and other molecules. They also help strengthen the immune system and protect against potentially harmful bacteria, Stanford University School of Medicine researchers say.

The rise in farming some 15,000 years ago dramatically changed the human diet, the researchers noted. And in just the last 100 years, people have become increasingly sedentary and less likely to consume fiber-rich whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

Antibiotics, cesarean sections and other lifestyle changes have also helped shift the composition of microbes in the human gut, the study authors added.

The significant modifications made to the human diet over the past 10,000 years could help explain the loss of diversity in the germs residing in the typical modern digestive tract, the study suggests.

Our own microbiota can change significantly from day to day, or even within hours, in response to what we’ve been eating. “Fiber’s all that’s left at the very end of our digestive tract where these microbes live, so they’ve evolved to be very good at digesting it.

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Why Your Body Itch Alway After Taking Your Bath

Do you always experience itching all over your body. Do it occur when your body get wet which may last for some minutes or even some hour ( please see you doctor if it takes some hours before it stop). Itching skin after showering makes a pleasant experience annoying which make you sometimes to avoid the bathroom.

We might try seeking for solutions, causes, what really trigger this condition in first place and why you are experiencing it at a certain age.

This skin conditions is known as AQUAGENIC PRURITUS or AQUAGENIC VITICARIA, these skin condition is totally different from skin rashes, in case of skin rashes it is possible to see where it is itching you from, but when it come down to aquagenic pruritus is seem invisible, as if the itching is going on inside you, it may start when one clocks the age of puberty or sometimes at adult and go on without control.
What really is AQUAGENIC PRURITUS?

Aquagenic pruritus means allergic to water, which causes itching when a particular part of the body come in contact wth water. Although aquagenic pruritus is a harmless condition but can become risky( if there is a skin reaction,which  is very rare).
Is itches After Bathing A Normal Skin Condition.

Itching after bathing is a normal condition if it is sometimes triggered by various substance and alteration that are not considered harmful. But it can be serious skin condition if it continue for along time even after medications. These skin condition doesn’t mean you are suffering from some kind of diseases or skin defect. Many people relate it to Cancer, HIV/AIDS, even rheumatoid arthritis has been falsely claimed to have caused these skin condition.

Aquagenic pruritus is a frustrating condition and it is very hard to confined with friends or family about the situation because they might find it hard to relate to how you feel. 

Most itching is not cause by coming in contact with water only. Other diseases may also be responsible for these itching which includes- Generalized skin, Chronic liver disease, and Diabetes. Sometimes is very hard to know what you are really suffering from, it better to try seeking help from your doctor after trying some home remedies which might not work for you.

Major Causes Of Itching After Bathing (AQUAGENIC PRURITUS)

BATHING WATER   How clean and purify is your water?We might be surprise to find out that most water( especially hard water) might be an irritant to the skin surface. Solute in water like salt or chlorine may be more of an irritant, even untainted water that is safe to drink can causes the skin to itch.

Bathing with hardwater is defined as highly alkaline water that contains high level of calcium IONS. The minerals in hardwater can also clog skin pores, it can be especially irritating to people who naturally have dry skin or suffer from exiting skin conditions.

FAMILY HISTORY    One third of patients have a family history of the condition, which means it can be hereditary. But is can only be experience by certain members of the family. Asking relative closer to you like a father/mother if he/she ever suffered from it might help( maybe when they were younger has it might start fading away has they grow older)

ITCHING AND TEMPERATURE    The temperature of your surrounding is another factor to consider. Humidity may make it worst, but summer condition can reduce it a bit. Some patient admit that they feel more itching in rainy season than in summer.

ITCHING AND TOILETRIES   Some soaps, shampoos, can be some of the irritants that trigger itching when it comes into contact with the skin. Some can even trigger allergic reactions. Products containing alcohol, or alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), or fragrances may dry on your skin causing itching.

ITCHING AND ENVIRONMENT  Yeah (it might sound funny) this is called environmental allergic, which means you get irritated feeling about a place, or and object( liquid or solid) in that place. This is how it works, the brain been so powerful can store that irritating image and those flashes is brought to focus when you are bathing or after bathing, which can make you uncomfortable at that moment.

Some unpleasant object like rotten smell, rural areas, or sight of decay or green algae at or closer to your bathroom.
ITCHING AND ECZEMA     Itchy skin after shower may also be a symptoms of a pre-existing skin conditions such as Eczema, showing may aggravate eczema and cause a flare up. Other things that can trigger eczema are soaps or scented body products. Other existing skin condition include DERMATITIS.


ITCHING AND DIET   Most itching can be cause by certain foods which might not be suitable for your body. This is known as food allergy, this allergy can even trigger itching. Some gene groups are more allergic to some foods to other genes.

SHAVING OF HAIR

This itching majorly occur in the leg region, do notice itches after shaving hair completely from your leg? A lot of hair on your leg may sometimes be annoying which may pushes us in shaving it, but shaving hair on your leg alway can have negative side, because new hair coming out uses focus to penetrate the skin. A low cut on your leg wouldn’t trigger itching on that region.

Sunburn And Itching: Sunburns can cause itchy skin, especially if your skin is peeling. The sun contain a ray with is called ultra-violetray (UVR) which can cause damage to the skin. Applying sunscreen or avoiding light can help prevent sunburn which might be the cause of your itchy skin.

EXTRA INFO

Allergic to pets or certain insect can also trigger itching after bath. Some plants and flower also can cause itching to your body e.g Grasses

Do you smoke, drink alcohol or caffeine? They all contribute to sensitivity.

Some people are sensitive to stress in the skin and if you are anxious at present it maybe contributing.


Click here….. For home remedies that cure itching after bath and how to prevent it reoccurance.

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5 Ways And 5 Home Remedy You Can Use To Reduce Itching After Showering

Here are a number of ways that can help you to get a relief from your itchy skin after shower. They will treat the symptoms as well as the underlying cause of your discomfort.


Use Warm Water For Bath

Warm water is one of the best way to reduce the itching. This skin condition sometimes like warm temperature than cooler ones. Use warm rather than hot water if you suffering from eczema or psoriasis. (Avoid making the water too hot, very hot showers can leave your skin feeling dry, tight and itchy)



Disinfect The Water : Certain microbes in the water can infect the skin while bathing. It best if you apply medicated antiseptic to your water before shower. Since this is a water allergic reactions, and water is colourless and odour what if we change the both the colour and the odour with some disinfectant. (Even if you have a clean water,try this method might bring some improvement, if not you can stop).



Use Mild Soaps And Shampoos. Baby soaps and shampoos are usually the safer option. Antibacterial soaps, lightening creams that contain several chemicals should be avoided. Always ensure that the soap or shampoo is thoroughly rinsed off. Shower quickly after soaking in a bath tub with foam bath or soap. Also avoid sharing of personal toiletries with anyone else.



Scrub Gently When Bathing

Vigorous cleaning by scrubbing with a sponge or similar object can injure
and irritate the skin. Gentle rubbing can suffice in remove surface dirt. Do not try to exfoliate deeply with very rough and hard surfaces. Try avoiding sponge for bathing for sometime, this can help along way.



Dry The Skin Thoroughly After Bathing.

Apart from wiping with a dry towel, also try to air dry the body for a short period before wearing clothes. If uncertain about skin folds like in the groin region, use an electric hair dryer on a low heat setting to air dry the area. Standing in from of an electric standing fan might help also.

 

HOME REMEDIES FOR ITCHY SKIN

There are many home remedy you can use to prevent itching after shower. Most of the remedy works well if it is use regularly, and with time and patient itching after shower will be a thing of the past.

* Oatmeal.   Taking an oatmeal bath can soothe your skin and prevent your skin from itching after bath. A study published in the journal of Drugs in Dermatology found that oatmeal has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which strengthen the natural skin barrier and protect skin from infections.



Virgin Coconut Oil After Showering

Coconut oil acts as a natural moisturizer to prevent itchy skin after showering. It offers a soothing treatment for dry, irritated skin.It can also treat atopic dermatitis or eczema. Apply a small amount of virgin coconut oil directly on your itchy areas, making sure to work it into your skin completely.



Aloe Vera Moisturizer
Aloe vera can be use to heal dry skin and prevent intense itching after your shower. You can apply aloe vera directly to your skin as often as needed. To lockin moisture, apply it immediately after showering or bathing. If you can get an aloe vera plant at home try getting an aloe vera gel from your local beauty store.



Apple Cider Vinegar

Just apply to your skin, diluted if you prefer. It’s really good for the skin, cleansing and soothing it. Place a small amount in an inconspicuous place, such as your forearm to test to see if you are allergic to it.



Glycerin

Glycerol, or glycerin as it is commonly known, is a naturally-occurring moisturizer that can improve your skin’s appearance and nip itchy dry skin in the bud. Glycerol can moisturize the skin due to its hygroscopic properties, which means that it absorbs water from the air.

Please feel free to comment on this article, let me know what your take are, maybe you might want to add your point. Thanks

If you are not finding relief from your itchy skin after bathing, consult your doctor. Your doctor can rule out other skin conditions like eczema that may be the root of your problem. It’s important to find the cause of dry irritated skin to prevent complications, including psychological stress when your skin continually itches after showering.

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