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The Eczema Podcast

Are you struggling with your eczema and ready to finally overcome it for good? Do you want to learn different healing strategies from the best experts who work with eczema? If you want a natural (and a long term solution) to heal, I'm here to bring you 4 years of expert interviews to help you! My name is Abby and I'm a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and founder of Conqueror Skincare. In this show, you'll learn from the best eczema experts on how to overcome atopic dermatitis, strategies to speed up healing, the best eczema products, and you'll also get encouragement and support. This show interviews experts including naturopaths, dermatologists, skin experts, and much more.
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Now displaying: January, 2020
Jan 31, 2020

This episode interviewed Dr. Jonathan Silverberg (MD, PhD, MPH) who shared how different climates, such as higher humidity, higher temperatures, colder climates and higher precipitation can all affect your skin. He also shared which states have the highest prevalence of eczema. 

Dr. Silverberg is a world renowned Board-certified Dermatologist from the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates Department of Dermatology, who specializes in atopic dermatitis (eczema) and contact dermatitis, as well as other chronic inflammatory skin diseases such as psoriasis, uticaria, blistering diseases, alopecia areata, and vitiligo.

He is a national expert in contact dermatitis and will be directing the Patch Testing service at George Washington University, including patch testing for allergic contact dermatitis, phototesting for photosensitive disorders and photopatch testing for photoallergic contact dermatitis. 

 

>> In today's episode, Dr. Silverberg shared about:

  • What climates can trigger your eczema (and why)?
  • Which areas in the USA have the highest and lowest rates of eczema
  • Why the risk of eczema increases by 48% after moving to the US (and living there for 10 years). 
  • Why living in a humid state can decrease your odds of getting eczema
  • Why living in a high precipitation state can increase your odds of getting eczema by 30%
     
  • Why the hygiene hypothesis can affect eczema 
  • Can diet affect the risk increase of getting eczema? 
  • Does living in an urban area increase or decrease your risk of eczema?
  • Why do African Americans have x2 the rate of eczema in childhood compared to caucasian children? 


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Jan 14, 2020

Have you ever thought about whether SIBO, hidden pathogens, or infections could be causing your eczema/dermatitis to flare? Have you tried changing your diet, but your skin just isn't healing? Dr. Jessica Peatross is a stealth infection expert and a functional medicine doctor (she has a ton of information to share!). She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and has worked as a hospitalist for six years before getting functional training. She also specializes in Gerson therapy, has trained in Ozonotherapy and Neuroemotional Technique as well. Join us - as she shares a wealth of information in this podcast.

In today's episode, you'll get to learn:

- How SIBO can affect your eczema (and your gut)
- How to diagnose and treat SIBO so that your skin can improve
- How to diagnose if you have hidden bacteria, fungal, pathogens and infections that are inflaming your skin
- How mold and toxins can affect your skin
- How "sick building syndrome" can affect your immune system and eczema
- Testing methods to discover root causes of your eczema/dermatitis

 

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