Melasma is one of the most prominent skin problems in the world. Nearly 6 million Americans suffer from melasma. The problem reveals itself in the form of dark spots on skin including the nose, cheeks, forehead, upper lip and chin. However, the dark spots of melasma can be found in other areas that are exposed to the sun. Other less-common areas include the neck and forearms.

Who Gets Melasma?

Melasma can affect a wide variety of people but women are the most likely candidates.

Watch the video : Acne & Acne Scarring : A Deep Dive into the Cause & Treatment

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Today we’re here to talk about cystic acne, both what we know about the causes of cystic acne, the active condition where you have active cysts on your face and in your skin, and also what we do about the scarring that occurs after the cysts have gone away and your skin has all sorts of pockmarks on it.

 

For US patients who encounter it for the first time it’s an interesting and curious treatment, because it seems so simple, natural and effective, that one wonders why so few US doctors use it.

As the clinical evidence for the effectiveness of Ozone Therapy is gaining recognition, there are now several clinics throughout the country that are having remarkable results treating complex skin conditions such as Disseminated Superficial Actinic Porokeratosis and psoriasis as well as chronic complex infections.

 

Glutathione is a simple protein made of three amino acids, glutamine, cysteine and glycine.  It is the body’s most important antioxidant, and plays a major role in the health of every tissue and organ in the human body… Including you skin!

Why Glutathione is Important

Inside every cell in the body there is energy generating apparatus called mitochondria

Mitochondria convert the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat into chemical energy called ATP


Watch the video : Lyme Disease Treatment – An Integrative Medical Approach

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The topic of today is about Lyme Disease, which, specifically, needs to be addressed in an integrative fashion.

Those of you out there who have Lyme Disease or know people who do have Lyme Disease, know that the traditional, conventional way that medicine approaches this is truly ineffective unless you catch it very early in the infectious stage.

 

Below are a selection from hundreds of the published books and articles about the science of ozone, from which we extract key facts, data and relevant information. Nothing posted on this website regarding ozone are proprietary or unique to our practice.

Disclaimer: though everything represented on our website regarding the science of medical ozone comes directly from reputable publications, books and scientific journals; and though thousands of these articles are available on official NIH government websites (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

 

They look like small flats of hanging skin and are more common than you imagine.

Although not dangerous or painful, skin tags, scientifically known as acrochordon or fibroepithelial polyps, are a source of discomfort. That is why so many people are eager to get rid of them as soon as they develop. Before learning how to remove skin tags safely and painlessly, here are just a few of the questions about skin tags and what they are all about that we are going to answer in this post:

 

What are Skin Tags?

 

Why write an entire article on the different types of eczemas?

After all, they’re just rashes that can’t be cured and tend to go away on their own, right? While the above may be true, it’s also true that eczema is an issue for 10-12% of U.S. children and approximately 3% of adults. The drop in percentage of people affected is explicable through the fact that most children born with eczema will outgrow it by age 10.

 

We call them rashes and eczemas. Some are caused by genetics, others by lifestyle factors, and many are linked with allergies. Most are treated with the aid of topical corticosteroids and constant skin moisturizing.

Yet, after all is said and done,  how much do we really know about the different types of dermatitis out there? What are they? What causes them? Can they be prevented? Read on, to learn more about the seven most often encountered types of dermatitis.

 

Treating eczema, a condition whose cause remains unclear, can turn out to be a rather sensitive topic.

For one thing, most over-the-counter and doctor-prescribed treatments for eczema have been proven to be ineffective – not to mention expensive and laced with side effects.

That being said, it’s important to know how to prevent the evolution of mild cases of eczema and alleviate the pain caused by the more severe ones.

Eczema Treatment Tips for Adults

The truth is modern medicine still can’t pinpoint exactly what will work for the appearance of eczema rashes on your skin.