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There are many home remedies often named “AD treatment” which include herbal medicine, hot springs, fasting, vegetable soup, acidic water, prunes, and much more. The effects of these are irrefutable, and many people believe that their symptoms are alleviated, even if they are not fully treated. Anecdotes of success in books that cover family medicine are undeniably true, and are filled with individual examples of happily recovered patients. However, to every successful patient there are 5 or 6 patients who did not experience the same triumph. Even at my clinic, there are several patients who use acidic water only to have their skin harden like a rhinoceros (acidic water is effective in some cases of AD, but some people misunderstand that it does not work for everybody and end up with their skin being worse than before). There are also some patients who spent a fortune on hot springs treatment but did not get the results that they expected.
These home remedies are advertised as if they work for all patients, when in reality they only work one out of 5 or 6 times. Another recurring aspect to home remedies is that they are anti-steroids. They immediately stop administering the “terribly damaging” steroids, which naturally causes patients to rebound. Then AD Businesses, companies that sell overpriced supplements and gadgets that have no medical proof for success, urge patients to “be patient since the steroids and bad fluids will eventually disappear from the body system and wait for recovery”. People can normally tolerate this for 1 to 2 months. However, after a while patients will suffer agonizing itching, and since they scratch their skin throughout the night, they will bleed all over. Patients will be covered in sticky yellow percolation liquid from head to toe, and not be able to live normally, while AD businesses will continue to claim that their treatment “will start working soon” even though it is medically unreliable.
The most dangerous things that can happen in these situations is developing a cataract and becoming emotionally unstable. Patients will be in a terrible condition for 3 months, half a year, and even up to a year without knowing whether their AD will be cured. In addition, there are many young AD patients who also have to worry about their education, employment, and social life, even in a situation without a way out. Patients will be like a passenger of a wrecked boat. They will not know when rescue will come and they will reach an island, all while losing food and water every day. The extreme build-up of stress will further exacerbate their condition, making their situation even worse. Eventually, pigmentation will occur due to the prolonged inflammation, and finally the patient’s skin will harden beyond repair.
This is the reality of anti-steroid treatment. Is this dangerous treatment better than using steroids? Is it safe and natural for the mind and body? There needs to be a better way to deal with steroids. At my clinic, patients are treated so that they ultimately do not need to use steroid ointments, but patients are not expected to immediately stop using steroids, since it is safer as mentioned before. You need to keep in mind that steroids are one of the greatest products of modern medicine, and they are not poison. Without steroids, many people will have to spend their life in unbearable pain, or even worse, suffer death. Steroids must be used in alternate ways, such as combining it with natural supplements.
These are the reasons why I avoid using medication and instead focus on treatment using natural supplements and steroidal ointment. I wouldn’t use steroids if I didn’t have to, but there is nothing that is more effective than steroids at this moment.
Another important aspect of my treatment is that the actual withdrawal of steroids is ultimately achieved. I have never seen a patient successfully suddenly withdraw from steroids, and all those who attempt to do so end up failing miserably. By gradually decreasing the input of steroids, using supplements (that I will mention later on), and carefully watching your diet, even though it may take time, patients will ultimately be cured. After a year of my treatment, patients will realize how their steroid use has decreased. This is the true sense of withdrawing from steroids, and patients will not suffer from a rebound of steriod use. In the long run, there will be inevitable cases where patients will be under excess stress and will show AD symptoms again. However, even in those cases if steroid ointment is used for 2 to 3 weeks, these symptoms can be overcome. The body will change to prevent frequent outbreaks of AD, and the patients will not need to worry about AD becoming a serious issue again.
It is particularly important to keep in mind that in times of stress-prone situations, such as exams and job searches, rapid steroid withdrawal will always fail. In fact, these times are when patients should use steroid ointment instead to reduce itches and inflammation and focus on more pressing issues. Once patients resolve their personal life issues, they can start to withdraw from steroids. Otherwise, they may not succeed and become entrapped in stress. This is common sense, and any treatment that tries to deviate from what is appropriate will be unsuccessful.
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