Skin Health

Skin Health

Skin Health

The health of your skin is a mirror to your general health. So, your skin condition is likely to be a reflection of something happening inside your body. That being said, a small percentage of skin diseases occur due to fungal infections such as tinea or candida infections on the skin. Four factors may affect your skin health. Those are,

  • Food sensitivities
  • Parasitic infections
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Toxic nutrients

But, in most instances, skin health is related to an internal reason.

  1. Digestive Health
  2. Digestive health is a crucial factor that affects your skin. Food sensitivities and parasitic infections cause skin issues such as eczema, chronic hives, and itchiness. Nutrient deficiencies can also affect your skin. While some conditions can be cured with changes to your diet, nutrient deficiencies can occur due to other issues in the digestive system.

    For example, a nutrient deficiency can occur due to leaky gut syndrome and inflammations due to imbalances of gut flora, unfriendly bacteria, fungus, and parasites.

  3. Hormonal imbalances
  4. Hormonal imbalances may be the cause of your skin health issues. Some women get acne before menses due to hormone imbalance.

  5. Toxic nutrients/ Inefficient detoxification
  6. A build-up of toxic nutrients too can affect your skin health. Poor detoxification, poorly functioning gut, and toxic absorption due to chronic constipation are some factors that affect the health of your skin.

Finding the underlying cause for your skin condition is important to improve your skin health. Treating the root of your skin issue will help to avoid long-lasting skin disorder. I use a holistic approach for treating skin conditions. My treatment protocol is testing to find the root cause, nutritional changes, herbal medicine, homeopathy, and IV therapies.

Common skin conditions

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Acne
  • Chronic hives

Come in for a 20 minutes free consultation to explore how Naturopathic medicine can help your health concerns.