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Living with eczema and other dry skin conditions can be draining
both physically and emotionally and it can be even more
of bind in winter months.
As the cold weather sets in, keeping skin moisturised becomes
a constant battle extremes or biting winds and arid central
heating can leave skin parched and dehydrated, exacerbating
dry skin complaints.
Finding a product to soothe sore skin and help sufferers lead
a normal life
feel happier and more confident in their skin can seem
an impossible ideal.
Eucerin Extremely Dry Skin Treatment, containing 10 per
cent urea, comes in two variants a lotion (250ml) for
all over body use, and a cream (50ml and 150ml) for dry
Available on prescription or over the counter at most Boots,
Lloyds and other leading chemists. Visit www.eucerin.co.uk
for information about the whole Eucerin range.
TO GRIPS WITH YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
Keep an eye on your blood pressure at home on
CUT DOWN ON SALT
Check the salt content of processed foods, like ready meals
and sauces. More than 1.25g salt per 100g is a lot.
Instead of snacking on cakes, biscuits and crisps, try potassium
rich foods such as fruit or raw veg.
Get more exercise by walking or cycling to get the newspapers,
or when nipping out to fetch a pint of milk.
WATCH THE FATS
Replace saturated fats with unsaturated fats try using low
fat dairy products, sunflower or olive oil-based spreads.
DRINK LESS ALCOHOL
Drink less than two units per day, which is the recommended
amount for a woman, Try alternating alcoholic drinks with a
glass of water.
INCLUDE FOOD WITH DIARY PEPTIDE
Enriched with AmealPeptide TM, Flora pro-active blood pressure
mini drink can help control blood pressure as part of a healthy
diet and lifestyle.
Research shows that
on average women today use up only two thirds of the calories
in our daily activity that women did 40 years ago.
Increased use of cars, television, computers and other devices
is responsible. For women, this represents an average of
about 200 calories a day that we no longer burn up. Thats
why we are getting heavier as a nation.
It is also partly why we have trouble losing pounds on a
diet. So if you can find ways to burn up those missing
200 calories, you will lose about an extra half a pound
a week on top of what you can lose by cutting what you eat.