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Atopic dermatitis, usually referred to as eczema, is a skin disorder resulting in red, swollen and itchy skin. There are many possible causes for the development of eczema, with over 30 million cases reported in the U.S., and with usual onset in childhood.

There are several treatments for cases of eczema, including bathing, moisturizing and avoiding things that make the condition worse, such as wool clothing and certain types of soaps or perfumes. Although these treatments may be helpful to some, in the majority of cases they only prevent the condition from getting worse. Most people then have to wait until they outgrow the condition. This is where probiotics come in.

It is becoming increasingly clear that probiotics - the “good” bacteria in our bodies - can help us with much more than the overall health of our digestive system. One such example may very well be atopic dermatitis.

According to a report published in the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology, probiotics show promise for both prevention and treatment of eczema, especially by greatly reducing the severity of symptoms. Also, if taken prenatally, probiotics can reduce the prevalence of eczema in children.

Although more research still needs to be conducted, it is quite possible that by enriching your daily diet with more probiotics, you could become significantly less prone to developing eczema and similar atopic skin diseases.

Probiotics are classified into more than 400 different strains. Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Bifidobacteria, both of which are present in Valosun’s Biopron 9 Premium, are among the ones believed to help specifically with eczema.

Explore more how good bacteria can help improve your digestion and immunity at Valosun US Website.

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