Volume 3 Issue 6 - 2016
Solution Method of the Atopic Whole Body Symptom
Masanori Kaneko*
JNMS Representative, United Nations NGO Certified (special consultative status organizations ICSA & JNMS), Japan
*Corresponding Author: Masanori Kaneko, JNMS Representative, United Nations NGO Certified (special consultative status organizations ICSA & JNMS), 630-8521, Japan 840, Shijocho, Kashihara-shi, Nara, Japan.
Received: March 27, 2016; Published: April 11, 2016
Citation: Masanori Kaneko. “Solution Method of the Atopic Whole Body Symptom”. EC Nutrition 3.6 (2016): 722-725.
Process from the onset
White hair of Japanese will increase with age. We black hair has changed to white hair (many people balding the head). As a countermeasure, we will begin the hair dye. It will choose regardless, such as manufacturers and component to dye gray hair. Our hair return to the original white hair within two weeks. For this reason, also, we will begin a hair dye.
I also had a hair dye for about 10 years. However, my head from when there has come to be a little tingling. However, I did to continue the hair dye be patient. However, suddenly, local of my head became itchy. And, I feeling got better and scratching the itchy part by hand. However, I found that there is a blood and scabs on my hands.
I noticed that became a great situation to myself. And, I decided to try and use it to buy the anti-itch ointment at the pharmacy. However, there was no much effect in the medicine. When I drink alcohol, I was scratching my head unconsciously. Dandruff of my head began to occur in large quantities. Then, I’ve used to buy a variety of anti-itching ointment. However, there was no effect on me. My head is changed to scab; the part is there is no sign of healing. I went to the dermatology of the hospital. The teacher gave us the anti-itch agent. However, during work, I was fingering a scab in an affected part of a head casually. It was often that a little bleeding blood. I was drinking in the evening, I noticed in myself is touching the unconscious. I had spent such every day. I found that had spread neck from the head, earlobe, and arms, and to the thighs little by little. My head was full of scab. And I had a MD of the hospital take out a strong steroid. I was supposed to rely on steroids. My thighs, arms symptoms were relieved by the powerful steroids. However, my head, neck, ears around, some face remained rash and scab came out. And from it, I went on behalf of the pleasure is taking the scab of the head. I didn’t like that the image changes with stopping a dye. Therefore, I had to continue to use it. I sometimes canceled steroid medicine for fear of a steroid hormone.
I changed the contents of the meal and did the effort to which the symptom is changed from its interior of the body. There were no changes for my symptom by such repeat.
No ways were the temporary effect for me. And I found out that that wasn’t fundamental treatment for me. Via several years, I used the strongest steroid. At the medicine except it, the effect was passing away to me. And I found out that the hair is coming out. Therefore a head was partial baldness for me. So, I was able to drop mentally. I thought of my skin like the different creature who isn’t one self’s.
Itch → Use of commercially available anti-itch agent → Mass generation of dandruff → Use a different itch relievers → Scab → Scab several places → Transition to the weak part of the body →
Ear around, face, neck, arms, legs → Head dozens of scab → Strength steroid use → Arm, leg of eczema is cured → Generation will not know where from.

• The whole body symptom is given.
• A steroid hormone preparation uses something strongest.
• Recurrence is repeated.
• That gets intensified increasingly.
Natural medical treatment method
1. Removal of the causes symptoms and causative agent
Possibility of seborrheic dermatitis:
I liked a thick oil meal. I am the constitution that the sebum is easy to secrete. Therefore a rash and eczema tend to go out to scalp and a face.
2. It is necessary to improve a constitution
It changes to the meal with fruit and many vegetables from the meal (the first hood and so on ) of the fried.
3. The Diamine substance included in a dye
The paraphenylendiamin included in a dye causes allergy to the diamine. The symptom which irritates is slight allergic reaction.
An anaphylaxis shock uses repeatedly, and sometimes happens at some time, and surplus allergic reaction happens. And the case when difficult breathing gives the severe symptom is RU.
4. Steroid hormone medicine manufacturing as a systematic therapy
When using repeatedly, effect fades, and a side effect by using the strongest steroid occurs and changes into the whole body reaction.
It becomes strong to Clobetasol propionate from Betamethasone butyrate propionate.
5. Change in skin indigenous bacteria
It’s usually staphylococcus epidermidis, but a bacterial layer changes into Staphylococcus aureus by the atopic symptom, and deterioration of skin is caused. Therefore infection from an atopic patient is also considered.
6. Removal of a cause substance
Cancellation of the Diamine dye. It’s changed to the nature system dye. A reaction to scalp is seen and the use frequency is considered.
7. Cancellation of usual shampoo and soap
In the familiar shampoo and soap repeated recurrence for allergic reactions.
8. A face washing pill of the natural system with the bactericidal action is used
It’s used for the whole body using the face washing pill by which licorice is included. The main ingredient is the Glycyrrhizin dipotassium.
Moisture retention doesn’t need the beginning.
I recover by this method in approximately several months.
Copyright: © 2016 Masanori Kaneko. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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