Skin problems as a guide to deeper ailments

Skin disorders require a special causal examination and treatment that does not suppress what your body is trying to tell you.

Needless to say, it is also important to treat skin disorders without undue delay . Itching, redness, swelling, stubborn dandruff etc. are unpleasant. These ailments can be relieved partially well with sustainable resources. At the same time, however, the causes should be broken down comprehensively – especially if the treatment of the skin is not successful in the medium and long term.

Neurodermitic skin diseases (atopic eczema) are today often not curable, only treatable.

Active substances that inhibit inflammations are then prescribed to combat the characteristic dryness of the skin.


Normamed causal medical care for skin disorders

Normamed causal medical care often finds causes for skin disorders inside the body. Sometimes there are several different disorders, the concatenation of which appears as symptoms on the surface – the skin.

Such “chains of ailments ” can help conceal actual causes. It is not always immediately clear what cause and effect is. Many physiological processes in the body can thus initially go unnoticed.

That is why Normamed medicine looks for disorders in the whole body with the help of systematic and combined procedures. The skin proves to be a source of information time and again.


Learning to read and understand changes in skin

This also becomes specifically clear in case of mucous membrane changes, especially in the mouth and throat: Changes in the cheeks, for instance, show very clearly which organs are disturbed. Sometimes even hidden infections can be divulged there.

In neurodermatitis in particular, pathogenic yeasts should be considered as the cause. Clinical practice knows many cases in which fighting Candida albicans infections or other pathogenic yeasts led to considerable improvements or healing of neurodermatitis.

K. Tesmer/B. Grünert, Candida albicans. Cause for neurodermitic skin symptoms, in: Mycology 2/1992