Discover Why Do You Have Teenage Acne
and How to Overcome Puberty Acne for Good
is an overwhelmingly painful and paralyzing experience.
Acne at puberty can have a huge negative impact on a
child's emotional, intellectual and social
Teenage acne can leave not
only visible facial or body scars, but deep
psychological scars that affect the teenager's entire
persona and self esteem, and often have destructive
implications on the future life of the teenager as an
adult, long after the blemishes have healed.
I am a former teenage
acne sufferer. I had acne for more than 13
years and it had a devastating effect on my emotional
and intellectual growth and in more aspects that I can
layout here. I have spent most of my teenage life in
solitude, shame and guilt. In fact, my severe acne deprived any normal
teenage experience I could have had. Only after more
than 7 years of research and personal experimentation, I
overcame this stubborn and destructive disease. I have
cured my acne and steeped into a new world of freedom. A
world where ?€˜social life' is not considered a strange
word. And I have stayed acne free and enjoyed flawless
clear skin ever since.
In this report I will reveal why do
some teenage have acne, how parents should perceive
their teenager's acne and learn to help them and how
anyone that suffers from teenage acne can
finally eliminate this affliction for good.
Teenage Acne: Common Theories and Symptoms
Teenage acne can have many forms
starting from whiteheads and blackheads to large pimples
and severe boil like lesions called nodules and painful
cysts. Teenage acne can be mild, moderate or severe. If
you have moderate teenage acne you'll probably have more
blemishes and cysts mainly on your face and some of your
chest and back. Severe teenage acne is characterized by
the development of many large and sore cysts that spread
over parts of the face, neck, back, and chest and can
often lead to visible scarring.
Studies have shown that statistically
males are more prone to severe forms of teenage acne
than females and usually suffer from teenage acne that
develops on the chest and back.
There are plenty of common theories
about teenage acne and what causes it. Some claim that
blocked pores or clogged hair follicles are the reason.
There are theories that speak of genetics as the culprit
for teenage acne. Some claim that it's the acne bacteria that multiplies
around clogged areas that is to blame for teenage acne
that is formed as a reaction of your immune system to
fight the bacteria. There are theories about lack of
nutrients and surge of hormones through puberty that are
responsible for teenage acne. Other theories point the
finger at environmental lifestyle factors like stress as
the main cause of teenage acne.
Well, after more then 7 years of
research I have finally found, from all the above
confusing and conflicting theories and advice, the
missing piece to the acne puzzle and the true binding
answer to my teenage acne. I have found through
learning, trial and error the real cause of teenage
acne. That knowledge gave me the power to pave the way
to my acne free life.
Teenage Acne: What Is The Real Cause
of Puberty Acne
Teenage acne, in most cases, is not a
temporary condition that passes as you grow up. Teenage
acne like most types of acne in all levels of severity
is caused by a deep internal problem that must be fixed
from the root. If the problem is not fixed and treated
properly or the symptoms of the disease are treated
instead using creams, over the counters and antibiotics,
the problems will not go away by itself, your teenage
acne will not be cured and you will most likely suffer
from acne as an adult.
Teenage acne is caused by three
factors: hormonal imbalance (triggered mainly by the
excess of male hormones and the inability of your
natural hormonal regulation system to deactivate and
expel used hormones out of your body), toxic build up
mainly in the blood and lymph and a genetic tendency to
over produce oil in response to hormonal imbalance.
The only way to treat and cure teenage
acne is to address and fix the controllable causes of
hormonal imbalance and toxic build up.
Teenage Acne: How Parents Can Help
Their Sons and Daughters
Parents must realize that teenage acne
is a serious mental, emotional and social problem that
must be addressed and handled with care, sensitivity and
If your child suffers from teenage acne
the last thing you want to do is to magnify the problem
by making him or her feel they are to blame for their
acne. Instead of making your child feel guilty for doing
that or not doing this, you must gather all your energy,
patience and empathy and try to help your child overcome
this dreadful disease.
You must look at your teenage son or
daughter with their eyes and try to feel their pain and
suffering. Talk to your child, not from your high horse,
but from his or her perspective. Tell your child that
you understand his or her pain and that you don't judge
him or her for their actions.
You must realize that almost all
teenagers who suffer from acne want to find a cure. It
is crucial to their social and intellectual growth. They
know that and you must be there for them and help them
find that cure by doing your own research and just
pointing them to the right direction.
How To Cure Teenage Acne For Good
The only way to get rid of teenage acne
permanently is to fix the internal problem that is
causing acne to manifest itself in the first place.
Remember, teenage acne and all forms of acne are only
expressions or symptoms of an internal chronic
condition; they are not the disease themselves. Treating
the symptoms of teenage acne by applying creams like
benzoyl peroxide or taking antibiotics, conventional
drugs or steroids will not cure your acne and in the
majority of cases will make your teenage acne worse.
Teenage acne is caused by several
underlying factors, the only path to lasting freedom
from teenage acne is the holistic path: by tackling both
internal and external acne contributing factors you will
not only cure your acne permanently, you will also save
yourself from myriad of dangerous health problems that
could have been caused due to chronic hormonal
imbalance, like hair loss and kidney problems and end
the emotional, intellectual and social destruction,
inflicted by your teenage acne.
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