Rashes can appear in many different ways on different parts of your body. They usually develop as a result of a skin condition or an allergic reaction. The most common forms of rashes include red, itchy patches of skin, small bumps on the skin or other abnormal changes to the skin’s color and texture such as flaky skin. Since rashes are common, home remedies for rashes are also common.
Psoriasis is a skin condition in which the cells of your skin die quicker than they should. The skin gets red and irritated because the dead or dying skin cells gather on the surface of the skin. The gathering of the skin cells can either appear as almost scaly patches or simply just flaky patches of skin. The rashes can come and go. Psoriasis does not yet have a cure, but these home remedies for psoriasis can help to ease the symptoms.
The name, ringworm would make most people think the rash caused by the condition is caused by worms or a parasite. In fact, it’s caused by a fungus called tinea. It lives on dead skin tissue and causes a red, itchy patch of skin which eventually takes the form of several rings – hence the term, ringworm. Ringworm can develop on your skin or nails but is most common on your arms or scalp. Luckily, home remedies for ringworm are easy to use and quick to work!
Shingles is a virus that is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox, the varicella-zoster virus. Shingles are found in most people who had chickenpox because the varicella-zoster virus is dormant in the nerve tissue by your spinal cord and brain. The virus can become active again years after you suffered from chickenpox.
Cinnamon has a longer history than being put in oatmeal and on cinnamon toast. It has once been used as a currency; it has been mentioned in Chinese writings since 2800 BC, and the ancient Egyptians used it for embalming. Cinnamon does not only make interesting small talk, it can also do fantastic things for your body.