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Are you searching for tips on healthy glowing skin? Unfortunatley, skin issues are something I see regularly in clinic daily. Maintaining optimal skin structure, hydration and integrity plays an important role in supporting skin health and appearance. The skin can be exposed to damage in a variety of ways, including inflammatory skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis, from ageing, prolonged sun exposure and through cosmetic treatments.
Healthy glowing skin is an external reflection of how your body is functioning internally. A key consideration to ensure healthy, radiant skin is minimising the build up of toxins and wastes within the body by supporting their removal. There are various organs within the body that are responsible for eliminating waste, including the skin. However, if any of these channels of elimination are not functioning optimally, skin problems may occur as toxins and waste products accumulate within the body and place additional stress on the skin.
As mentioned in my previous article, healthy ageing is about having an optimal quality of life. Although people are living longer, they are not necessarily experiencing quality of life in their advancing years. Did you know that age-related disorders like dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes and heart disease are at record numbers? Often these diseases can be prevented. So why are more and more people getting these diseases?
Before we dive into the "secrets to healthy ageing revealed", lets look at what healthy ageing is.
Healthy ageing is about creating the environments and opportunities that enable people to be and do what they value throughout their lives. Although many of us are leading longer lives, for many the quality of life is less than optimal. In the past it was thought that good health was due to your “good genes”. However, recent research shows us there is more to a healthy body than what we inherited from our forefathers.
Looking for solutions for your inflammation? Firstly, Inflammation is our body’s natural way of responding to stress, infection and illness, helping us to get better. Inflammation is a symptom of a wide range of conditions and diseases. Allergic reactions like hay fever or injuries and burns often trigger swelling or pain linked to short-term inflammation. Whereas in conditions like cancer, heart disease or diabetes, inflammation is longer lasting (chronic) and happens inside the body with no obvious symptoms.
If you’re looking for solutions for inflammation, there are ways to reduce inflammation naturally.
When you are dealing with chronic inflammation, management is key to obtaining optimal health and reducing the inflammation. Pharmaceutical anti-inflammatories are commonly used to help relieve pain and inflammation, however many of these carry risks such as stroke and damage to your digestive tract.
Check out what you can do to help you reduce inflammation and pain.