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Is There Any Way To Prevent Oily Skin
Manage not prevent: "oily skin" is not a disease, it's a condition, a state of being. It can be managed with proper hygiene, skin care, daily face washing and by regular hand washing. You also have to moisturize to avoid going the other way and damaging the skin. Acne is an inflammatory condition, so being too abrasive can cause problems, as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various: Sun protection is most important- hats/clothing, sunscreens that block uva & uvb, outdoor activities before 10 am & after 4 pm. Don't smoke. Use high quality topical antioxidants. Good nutrition is important. Treatment for early signs of aging include topical retinoids (such as retinol, retin a, renova, (tretinoin) others) to reduce sun-damaged pigmentation and stimulate collagen, which minimizes wrinkles. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Oily Hair: Oily skin and hair are a common problem. There are many shampoos designed to reduce the oils in the hair. These products contain chemicals the effectively remove the oils. Unfortunately, the scalp makes the oils again, and in some quickly, and the oil returns. Washing the hair at least once daily will help too. Do not use hair products that contain oils or are greasy as this will make things worse. ...Read more
Low Glycemic Index: There is some evidence that foods with a high glycemic index (foods that cause one's blood sugar to spike quickly) have a harmful effect on promoting acne. Therefore, choosing low glycemic index foods may be helpful in treating/preventing acne. Also, using organic dairy products may also help as they do not contain the many hormones used to make cows produce more milk. ...Read more
???: Define "enhance", and then define "texture". Most people, in my experience, feel that they have too much texture, i.e. Large skin pores, lumps & bumps, etc. Smooth skin is usually considered desirable. I can't remember any patients asking for more texture, so we need to know exactly what you're looking for. ...Read more
Maybe: If you do not gain weight rapidly, do not make excess hormones that cause them, stay in shape, stay at a normal weight without going up and down. The layer of skin called the dermis looses elastin and collagen when there is a rapid accumulation of fat in the breasts, upper arms , thighs, abdomen, due to hormones. Weight gain, pregnancy, or other stressors on the skin where you accumulate fat. ...Read more
CRPS prevention: Unfortunately, we can't predict who will develop CRPS following respective injuries, procedures, etc. All that we can do is identify the signs of this diagnosis early so that it can be aggressively treated. Some cases of cured CRPS exists but for most patients, it is a matter of managing CRPS symptoms with various modalities while maintaining the highest quality of life. ...Read more
Avoid weight gain: Stretch marks come from rapid weight gain, hormones, pregnancy, and are dermal tears that cause discoloration. They occur wherever you accumulate fat including upper arms, abdomen, buttocks, thighs, shoulders and back. They have loss of elastin and collagen. Stay at a normal weight, stay fit, and keep your hormones balanced by not taking steroids when you work out. ...Read more
Whitening of hair is: related to genetic predisposition. Age of initial graying is largely a matter of genetics. However stressors: nutritional deficiencies, chemotherapy, traumatic head injuries, low vitamin B levels, zinc deficiency, severe illness, surgery & marked emotional stress may impact earlier depigmentation in people who are already predisposed to gray hair. Aging is a significant factor. In general–genetics ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: Certainly one can avoid exposure to agents which promote cancer: many of which are outlined in the state of california website where many substances have to be labelled as being possible carcinogens - but other than this..Avoiding exposure to extremely high doses of radiation such as atomic bomb blasts are about the only known things you can do to lower the risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ABrushWithFlushing: It would probably be easier to avoid embarassing situations than it would be to suppress your blush reflex, unless you are an actress or sociopath. But, hey, actors do it; they can even fake cry; that takes training. Here's a couple of sites that may help: http://www.uncommonhelp.me/articles/how-to-stop-blushing-tips/ http://www.wikihow.com/Avoid-Blushing There are more. Consult Dr. Google ...Read more
Yes?: To my knowledge there are no medication u can take to prevent it. And usualy this is more common with family history . At increased however, the healthier u brein the less likely u can get alzheimer's .U can try what they call the " six pillars of brain healthy style".Active social life , stress management, quality sleep, regular exersize, healthy diet and. Mental stimulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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