Have Skin Conditions?

Your skin is the first line of defense against the outside world. It protects you from germs, viruses and bacteria, and helps to regulate your body temperature.
Did you know that your skin is the largest organ in your body? It weighs somewhere between 6 and 9 pounds and is about 2 square yards of surface area.
There are a variety of ailments that can affect your skin, causing swelling, burning, itching and redness.  Additionally, you may experience allergies, have inherited genetic conditions, or some diseases or immune system issues that cause hives or other symptoms. Some issues can affect your appearance, such as acne. There are also cancers that affect the skin.
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Common Skin Problems

Some of the most common skin problems include
Acne—affects the oil glands in the skin, and when your pores get clogged, pimples result. Good nutrition can help.
Eczema—Also, called atopic dermatitis, this is a long-term skin disease, with symptoms such as rashes on the face, inside the elbows, behind the knees, and on the hands and feet, as well as dry and itchy skin.
Doctors rely on details you provide, as there is not a definitive test to diagnose eczema. Nutritional methods have been successful in helping this condition.
Psoriasis –a chronic, inflammatory skin disease that can be mild or severe and disappear at times. Symptoms include red, scaly patches on the skin.

Learn More About Rockwall Health Center

If you have ever been curious about chiropractic care, we encourage you to contact our office to learn more. The many benefits of both adjustments and nutritional support can bring positive improvements to your life.
Rockwall Health Center | (469) 769-1009
Rockwall Health Center
(469) 769-1009

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