Eczema Skin Symptoms Caused by Suppressed Anger

My naturopathic doctor told me that eczema skin symptoms can be a sign of pent-up anger from within. I refused to believe it at first, but the more I researched about eczema and natural healing, the more I realized that it could be true.

What is suppressed anger? Suppressed anger means denying your thoughts and feelings and keeping them all inside. Later on, you become unresponsive and numb to a few things that might affect you. If you keep all your negative thoughts to yourself, it is possible that you will develop eczema skin symptoms as your body tries to find a way out.

Every emotion is a powerful force that pervades your entire body, including your skin. What you feel emotionally can easily be observed by others on your skin level. The effect on your skin can be easily seen by others and electrically recorded. For example, your skin turns red when you feel love or embarrassment, cold sweats when you are afraid, and red with embarrassment or anger.

When your eczema skin symptoms appear as a red and inflamed rash, you may be under a fever fueled by pent-up anger. If you run out of emotions or get stuck, these feelings are likely to result in skin dryness or even cracking. On the contrary, extreme emotions are linked to oily skin. If you have conflicting emotions, overwhelming feelings of grief and anguish, self-hatred, or inappropriate passions, you may find yourself erupting in the form of rashes or blemishes.

Suppressed anger not only manifests itself in the skin symptoms of eczema, but it can also have a negative impact on the rest of your body. These include migraines and ulcers, and long-term strokes or tumors. Prolonged fears and suppressed anger increase tensions and stresses. As you well know, stress can exacerbate and worsen your bodily reactions, such as eczema, shingles, psoriasis or arthritis.

Naturopathic doctors say that the first body system to respond to pent-up anger is the gastrointestinal or digestive system. You may experience difficulties swallowing, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation or stomach ulcers. Remember that suppressed anger is the most common cause of ulcerative colitis.

An interesting study was conducted on 128 patients in the outpatient department of a hospital to determine the relationship between suppressed anger and twelve symptoms or illnesses. Among 27 patients with eczema, it was found that eczema flared up when the person could not fully cope with the intense frustration of keeping something from doing or simply intervening.

Therefore, if you have eczema skin symptoms, you may want to approach healing by looking at your emotional well-being. Do you have suppressed anger? If so, you will need to look for ways to deal with your anger rather than suppressing it. Open communication with loved ones helps. Alternatively, find outlets within yourself that can help you drain unspent emotions that smolder but remain alive. Channels that help you gain perspective on your life, such as religion or engaging in meaningful work, can also help you diffuse the anger you feel.

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