?Brown Spots? That Aren?t Freckles

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What are those brown ?spots? that often show up in your late forties and fifties? ?These ?age spots? often occur due to a dysfunctional liver, overexposure to sun, lack of exercise, indigestion and diet. They often take years to form and getting rid of them takes time.

As we age, our liver may accumulate toxins that cannot efficiently be processed and dispelled; lack of antioxidants in our system may also be a reason.

Using Evening Primrose Oil? may help. Evening Primrose Oil is used for skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne and provides omega-6 for modulation of membrane function. Omega-6 is a family of fatty acids essential to human health. Because the body cannot product Omega-6 fatty acids, they must be obtained from food. Herbs such as milk thistle and dandelion help to improve liver function, improving digestion of fats. ?Silymarin, an antioxidant, can protect the liver and stimulate the formation of liver cells.
To protect the skin from the sun, use a sunscreen (SPF 15) at least one and a half hours before exposure and apply frequently. Wear a brimmed hats, long-sleeved shirts, umbrellas, gloves, and any sort of clothing that will help protect your skin. Smoking, junk food and caffeine may worsen the condition.

While exposure to sunlight can be risky, Monitored exposure is also beneficial for the health and morale of a patient. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommends exercises for ambulatory patients: Strength exercises to build older adult muscles and metabolism, and Balance exercises build leg muscles to help to prevent falls.

A Specialty Care Services??Home Care ?Nursing professional can monitor their patient?s exposure to the sun and remind them to use sunscreen??as part of their?outdoor regiment.