Skin, Hair, Teeth and Eyes

Eric Bakker N.D.May 31, 2022

This category will focus on all the common skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis, eczema and more. I'll show you how to improve your skin without requiring all those prescribed skin creams, steroids and other drugs. There is always a natural solution!

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Skin disorders are illnesses that affect the surface of your skin. Rashes, inflammation, itching, burning sensations, and other skin abnormalities may be caused by several disorders. Some skin disorders are caused genetically, while others are caused by lifestyle factors. Medications, lotions, and ointments, as well as lifestyle changes, may be used to treat skin diseases. Some skin disease are even caused by pharmaceutical drugs.

Dental Diseases

Dental research has shown that inflammation of the jawbone can act as a seeding ground for a host of health problems including lethargy, poor concentration, irritability, poor sleep patterns, lower back pain, allergies and migraine. Focal infections in the head...

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Did you know that cataracts account for 51 percent of the blindness globally? Cataracts are the clouding of the typically clear lens of your eye. The majority of cataracts form slowly over time, slowly generating symptoms. Blurred vision is the...

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Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration results in visual loss in the centre of the field. The retinal centre deteriorates in dry macular degeneration. Leaky blood vessels form behind the retina in wet macular degeneration. One of the most common symptoms is blurred vision....

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Acne or pimples, is the term which is commonly used for inflammation of the sebaceous glands of the skin. The sebaceous glands are the glands on the skin which produce oil which helps to lubricate the skin which keeps it...

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Eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis) is a skin condition that causes dry, red, itchy, and rough skin. It's one of numerous varieties of dermatitis. The skin barrier function is damaged by eczema. Because of the lack of barrier function,...

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Psoriasis comes from the Greek word psora, meaning fine bran like scaling. Psoriasis afflicts 1% – 4% of the general population, and is a type of chronic skin condition where itchy scaly red or white flaky patches form on the...

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