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Acne Is This An Unforgiving Ailment

By Robert Leverett

Not many of us realize there is an illness that effects some 50% of the population to a greater or lesser proportion. That condition will cause great suffering to 10% of the public, badly damaging their development, with the side effect of mental and actual disfigurement.

A lot of people will get had an odd zit or blemish, but, it is a altogether different story for folks with full blown acne. Here I am talking of people where the whole top of the torso is covered with pus filled lumps, cysts and blisters. These multi coloured eruptions are large enough to extend the skin and the inflammation itches and causes actual pain.

The difficulty now is that not only do you have to confront the world with such an obvious impairment, but the pain means you are always mindful of that fact.

For many this condition will last for years, even decades. The years of puberty is perhapes the worst possible time to be fighting the effects of acne.

The most visible portion of your body, the face, can you even begin to envisage it covered in many coloured lumps, especially as a young person. Meeting new people, college, applying for jobs, in reality just moving onwards from childhood to adult status with a mill stone around your neck. Acne is an unforgiveable and lonely associate, with no redemptive features.

And, they don’t go away, it might take weeks to free yourself of the effect of one swelling, and in that time two more appear. It is very nearly impossible hide or conceal these lumps conveniently, and could you shave around a face full of them?

There are creams, lotions and potions which may help alleviate the problem, although, individually they only help slightly. It is not normal to have severe acne, sure you will have the odd spot, particularly if your body is changing quickly with pubescence, but if it was usual then of course every one would have the same problem, and by definition, it would be normal and there fore, not a problem. any improvement will be a bonus?

It is my impression that if you have severe acne, then it is your whole body that is out of condition. I do not think acne in all it’s forms is just a skin disease, I think it is the outward sign of the body fighting to regress to a conventional balance.

The best way of producing this re balancing is to use an holistic approach. This means to treat the whole body and alter the life style, and the added advantage of treating the whole, is you finish up with a much better body all together?

What needs to be done is to regulate any hormone problems and shape the bodies defences. It should also flush the digestive organs so all the waste is handled efficiently, and clean up any interior micro- organisms. You will also need to alter daily habits, diet and liquid intake to keep a better balance.

I am sincerely of the opinion that acne is the outward signs that your body is warning of an internal problem, and correcting that will remedy all the outward signs as well. And be acne free.

I put up with with the trauma and physical effects of acne for many years, I have collected those thoughts and some helpful advice on my site, I hope this will help with your difficulties?

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