Diagnosing and Treating Skin and Hair Problems
Common Skin Problems
Skin problems can indicate internal organ disorders and include:
Rashes—Causing the skin to change colour and become inflamed.
Eczema—A red, itchy rash with small blisters or dry, cracked skin on the knees, elbow and/or
Psoriasis—Itchy patches of thickened, red skin.
Moles—Raised or flat marks with different shapes, sizes, textures or colours. You can usually find
them on the meridians of the organs. In rare cases moles become malignant.
Acne—Usually found on the face, back or chest, and caused from the blockage or inflammation
of the glands of the skin.
Boil—A bacterial infection of the skin.
Wart—A viral infection, which could be rough or smooth, raised or flat.
Bunion—Occurs in response to the skin’s surface being damaged.
Cancer—Although there can many causes, some of which we do not yet understand, most cases are associated with the prolonged exposure to light (sun or fluorescent) or excessive intake of dairy products, sugars, spices, alcohol, and drugs.
“Behind the locked door is the answer and you have the key ” Dr Mirella