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21 NO-NO
HABITS YOU'RE
MESSING UP
YOUR ECZEMA
By Harrison Li
No sleep deprivation.
No swimming in pools.
No swimming in beaches.
No baths.
No spas.
No prolonged water contact.
No high-intensity physical
activities.
No hot showers.
No long showers.
No artificial shampoos.
No artificial body washes.
No artificial
fragrances/perfumes.
No artificial laundry products.
No artificial clothing fabrics.
No eating artificial products.
No contaminated tap water.
No extreme temperatures.
No extreme humidity levels.
No pollutants in the air.
No house dust mites.
No psychosocial stress.
What I typically eat…
Breakfast: juice (with residue)
 2 apples
 1 banana
 1 cup of water
 3 teaspoons of flaxseed oil
Lunch: water-boiled veggies
50%
 Carrot, parsley, cucumber, lettuce, cabbage, p
urslane, celery, bean sprouts, black
fung...
25% carbohydrates
 Rice noodles, potatoes, sweet potatoes, brown
rice, millet, buckwheat, gluten-free grains.
25% protein
 Chicken, fish (low mercury breeds), minced
beef.
Dinner: same as lunch, but…
 Better to be all raw.
 And avoid meat.
Snack
 Celery, carrots, sweet potatoes, bananas.
Drink
 Water.
I took this diet for 6 months.
My 10+ years of eczema was
cured.
Today, I still eat this diet. Why?
 My taste senses changed. I love the “diet”.
I’m writing a guide to cure
eczema.
Meanwhile...
 I give my readers 1500+ words research-
driven practical advice to help improve their
eczema for life. It’s...
Read my full story at:
http://cureeczemaslowly.com/my-
story/
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Eczema sufferers make a lot of mistakes that they don't want. In this presentation, you'll find 21 absolutely common bad habits that are ruining eczema skin.

  • I will agree with the no warm baths, but I think cold baths work. Long time eczema sufferer here -- most recently took two days off work for an intense flare-up, following a series of hot showers this winter, with bleeding on neck, arms, and intense inflammation, even on the face. This led me to trying the coldest possible baths, since I recall trying this one summer and it working to reduce symptoms. It's working for me right now. I bathe for about 10 minutes, following a short workout that is just intense and long enough to break a sweat. Then, I start pouring a bath of only cold water. When it's a quarter full, I put a foot in. Usually, it's painfully cold. At this point, I start filling with warm water, and mixing the water, until the water is no longer painful, but still very cold (this is why the warmup is good, like you said). Then I immerse myself completely, and slam the water back to full on cold. If it's too cold, I go back and forth with warm to continue filling up the tub. I'm about 5 days in, bathing twice daily, and my inflammation is way down, the itching is mostly gone. I just wanted to contribute for other eczema sufferers out there.
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  • @Erik Harper The solution towards no long, hot showers would be quick, cold (as cold as possible) showers. And depending on the individual circumstances, one could take showers once every 2 days or perhaps even more.
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21 Ways to Scratch Your Eczema More

  1. 1. 21 NO-NO HABITS YOU'RE MESSING UP YOUR ECZEMA By Harrison Li
  2. 2. No sleep deprivation.
  3. 3. No swimming in pools.
  4. 4. No swimming in beaches.
  5. 5. No baths.
  6. 6. No spas.
  7. 7. No prolonged water contact.
  8. 8. No high-intensity physical activities.
  9. 9. No hot showers.
  10. 10. No long showers.
  11. 11. No artificial shampoos.
  12. 12. No artificial body washes.
  13. 13. No artificial fragrances/perfumes.
  14. 14. No artificial laundry products.
  15. 15. No artificial clothing fabrics.
  16. 16. No eating artificial products.
  17. 17. No contaminated tap water.
  18. 18. No extreme temperatures.
  19. 19. No extreme humidity levels.
  20. 20. No pollutants in the air.
  21. 21. No house dust mites.
  22. 22. No psychosocial stress.
  23. 23. What I typically eat…
  24. 24. Breakfast: juice (with residue)  2 apples  1 banana  1 cup of water  3 teaspoons of flaxseed oil
  25. 25. Lunch: water-boiled veggies 50%  Carrot, parsley, cucumber, lettuce, cabbage, p urslane, celery, bean sprouts, black fungi, garlic, ginger.
  26. 26. 25% carbohydrates  Rice noodles, potatoes, sweet potatoes, brown rice, millet, buckwheat, gluten-free grains.
  27. 27. 25% protein  Chicken, fish (low mercury breeds), minced beef.
  28. 28. Dinner: same as lunch, but…  Better to be all raw.  And avoid meat.
  29. 29. Snack  Celery, carrots, sweet potatoes, bananas.
  30. 30. Drink  Water.
  31. 31. I took this diet for 6 months.
  32. 32. My 10+ years of eczema was cured.
  33. 33. Today, I still eat this diet. Why?  My taste senses changed. I love the “diet”.
  34. 34. I’m writing a guide to cure eczema.
  35. 35. Meanwhile...  I give my readers 1500+ words research- driven practical advice to help improve their eczema for life. It’s free.
  36. 36. Read my full story at: http://cureeczemaslowly.com/my- story/

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