Healing of severe eczema - new book

Healing of severe eczema - new book

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Since: May 12

Didcot, UK

#1 May 24, 2012
Hi,

Eight years ago I was diagnosed with severe eczema by doctors. It covered every inch of my skin and I spent a year in bed barely able to move. Most of my skin fell off and the itching and pain was agonising - sending me to the brink of insanity and suicide. Refusing to give up and accept the diagnosis that it was incurable, I moved to Peru to live and work with traditional healers in the Amazon jungle. I spent almost 4 years there as they slowly but surely healed my body and saved my life. I have just published a book about my story: Shedding the Layers.

You can read more on my website and order a copy if you are interested: http://www.shedding-the-layers.com

Cheers
Mark

Since: Feb 12

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#2 May 25, 2012
Hi Mark
I am glad to hear of your success. No doubt you used all natural methods. Personally I have found these to be best.
http://youreasyeczemaremedies.com

Since: May 12

Bangkok, Thailand

#3 May 26, 2012
Hi Mark ... I Read It and very happy to hear you can win your disease
Hopefully you will inspire anyone who is sick, just like you.

With respect.

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Since: May 12

London, UK

#4 May 26, 2012
andycole001 wrote:
Hi Mark ... I Read It and very happy to hear you can win your disease
Hopefully you will inspire anyone who is sick, just like you.
With respect.
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Thanks Andy. I appreciate your comment. I believe that there is always a cause and hence a cure for eczema - though there is no one universal cure - every person is different and what works for one person may not work for another. But I maintain that if people keep looking and trying alternatives there really is a cure, no matter what doctors say.

Cheers
Mark
Jack

North Miami Beach, FL

#6 Jun 26, 2012
You sure it wasn't moving to the Amazon humid/hot climate that improved your skin?

SMH. Unless there is a clear cellular/ endocrine explanation of how the native treatment works this is just speculation and individual case. I am always skeptical of anybody trying to sell anything.

Maybe the warm climate and different water Ph level improved improved skin barrier to allow for skin to slow down the production of cytokines and give some time for your epidermis to heal up and start producing filaggrin in the normal range.

There are dozen of variables to consider here. I live in Miami, Florida and when summer comes my eczema too gets incredibly better, almost healing up completely. But when the winter air of low 70's comes....I go back to super dry and itchy. Interestingly enough.....eczema keeps improving as the summer goes along. No surprise there.

Since: May 12

London, UK

#7 Jun 28, 2012
Jack, yes I am sure that it was the treatment I had in the Amazon rather than the climate there that healed my eczema.

I am not claiming that this is a cure for everybody's eczema. My view on eczema is that it is completely individual to every person - there are a multitude of causes of eczema and many different ways of healing it, some of which will work for some people and some of which will work for others. Western medicine cannot heal eczema because it treats the symptom not the cause. All it can do is suppress symptoms for a while. If you can discover what is at the root of it, it can be healed. It is not incurable as many doctors and specialists told me.

My condition was incredibly severe by any standards (I spent several years barely able to move as the eczema covered every inch of my body and the slightest movement was agonising). I wrote my story to give people hope that there is a cure for them and to encourage them to keep searching for it. I am not saying that going to the Amazon will heal them. Maybe it will, but there are many others avenues to explore such as acupuncture, Chinese herbs and different diets which have proven to have great results for a large number of people.

Regards
Mark
Jack

Hollywood, FL

#8 Jul 1, 2012
Moving to Tropical climate is probably more of a help than anything. For any eczema. But not everybody can afford to leave their job and family.

For treatment to be viable, it has to have at least some degree of effectiveness on your average AD. Eczema has some common patterns, despite difference in specific triggers. There may be not a "cure all" , but there should be "feel-better all".
Emily

South Africa

#9 Sep 7, 2012
Having had bouts of Eczema as well as having kids who have suffered with this affliction, I actually also wrote an ebook called, The Eczema Cure. It is true what Ingles has said, that western medicine cannot treat Eczema and very often actually makes it worst. I am a holistic practitioner and find that it really is more about what you are putting into your body that can cause Eczema.
The climate can affect Eczema but in many cases extreme heat or cold will not be good in any way so I don't think the Amazon climate would have been particularly helpful.

If you want to read about healing Eczema from the inside out, check out: http://www.holistickid.com/the-eczema-cure/

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