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Drying the air

Drying the air

Postby leonita » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:24 pm

I have recently had HRV system installed in my house. Overnight my son's eczema cleared up. After 5 years of trying out different methods for treating eczema, my conclusion is that it is bacteria growing in the moisture that was the cause. In Santiago, Chile, my son's ezcema would clear (dryer air), when he would get hot his eczema got worse (moisture from sweat), after sugar he would get worse (increased energy, hotter body, sweat), in winter (heaters on, windows closed, increased moisture = increased bacteria), increased stress increased sweat. Bacteria needs moisture to live so my suggestion to those struggling with eczema is to dry the air and kill the bacteria.
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Re: Drying the air

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Re: Drying the air

Postby bodav142774 » Fri Mar 20, 2020 4:12 am

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Re: Drying the air

Postby alvinrr » Mon Mar 30, 2020 1:35 am

Dry air combined with indoor heating systems can dry out your skin. Eczema flares up because the skin can't stay moist on its own. Flare-ups can also be caused by wearing too many layers of clothing, taking hot baths, or using too many bed coverings.

Very dry air can extract moisture from the skin and make eczema worse. Even if the weather is wet, humidity tends to remain low in winter. As the temperature drops, so does the air humidity.

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Re: Drying the air

Postby saeed20 » Fri May 29, 2020 2:55 pm

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