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Case Study: Comprehensive Approach to Eczema Management

Updated: Jan 26



Client Profile: RS, referred by a family member, presented with a severe and distressing case of eczema, with a current severity rating of 9 out of 10. The patient has a history of intermittent eczema episodes, but this time, the symptoms were at their peak, affecting his sleep and daily activities.


Symptoms:

  • Eczema severity: 9 out of 10

  • Skin tightness and soreness

  • Disrupted sleep patterns

  • Dry skin in the morning

  • Extended shower time for washing and cream application

  • Previous unsuccessful attempts with topical steroid creams


Diagnostic Tests: Blood tests revealed several deficiencies and imbalances:

  • Low B12, Folate, Ferritin, and Vitamin D levels

  • Elevated Eisonophil count (potentially high histamine)

  • Low Lymphocyte count (lowered immunity)


Intervention Plan:

1. Dietary and Lifestyle Adjustments:

  • Elimination of dairy and gluten grains for four weeks.

  • Temporary removal of rabbits to assess potential sensitivity.

  • Protein intake increase to 70-90g per day through diet or supplementation, previously intake was below average. Protein is important for many functions in particular repair.

  • Avoidance of alcohol and highly processed foods during a 4-week detox period.

  • Consistent intake of six servings of vegetables and two servings of fruit daily.


Supporting Documents:

  • Guide to Eating Gluten-Free

  • Example recipes for higher protein and good fats


2. Topical Treatment:

  • Evening Primrose Oil (EPO) application for its anti-inflammatory properties.


3. Supplements:

  • Better You D3 3000 with K2 (3 sprays per day)

  • Blocare Methyl B Complex

  • Fe Zyme (to take after he completed is anti-biotic treatment)


4. Hydration:

  • Maintain well-hydrated status (2-3 liters of water per day) during the detox period.


5. Stress Management:

  • Acknowledging the relationship between stress and eczema, stress management strategies were discussed to mitigate flare-ups.


Gut Health:

  • Stool test indicated dysbiosis, with increased bacteria and candida.

  • Prescribed Liver Cleanse complex, activated charcoal, and a personalised Homeobotanical Anti-histamine and anti-inflammatory blend.


2 Follow-up sessions:

  • Regular monitoring of eczema symptoms and dietary adjustments.

  • Reintroduction of gluten and dairy after four weeks carefully monitoring symptoms.

  • Continuous evaluation of stress management strategies.

  • Follow-up stool test after completing antimicrobial cleanse.


This comprehensive approach addresses the multifaceted nature of eczema, incorporating dietary modifications, topical treatments, supplements, and stress management to improve overall well-being and alleviate the severity of eczema symptoms.



What RS had to say 2 months after his final appointment:


Hi Geeta. Just wanted to let you know that my health and skin are doing really well. I am now continuing with evening primrose and the charcoal. Diet is good and lifestyle feels good too.


Thank you for all your help and advice so far. It has made such a massive improvement to my health and well being. I feel really good at the moment and  hope it may continue. A  lot of this is because of your help. Thank you so much. Have  a great year. I love the message about kind acts and really believe in that kind of life style. 


Thanks

🙏🏽



If you are struggling with Eczema or dermatitis contact me to find how Nutrition and Lifestyle therapy can help you.




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