Dr. Tim Ioannides shares the many benefits of Vitamin D

Dr. Tim Ioannides received his medical degree from the Miami School of Medicine, completed his internship at the University of Florida – School of Medicine Health Science Center, and a residency with the University of Miami School of Medicine – Department of Dermatology. He is also a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and the American Medical Association (AMA). Since founding Treasure Coast Dermatology more than 15 years ago, Dr. Tim Ioannides prides himself on providing individual care to each of his patients.

Skin conditions are numerous, but some of the more common ones are listed below:
Eczema is a skin condition that is usually associated with red, itchy skin.
Psoriasis means that skin cells multiple faster than usual resulting in patches of skin that is bumpy and thick. These patches of skin are commonly red with white scales. The symptoms of Psoriasis can range from mild to severe.

Atopic dermatitis cannot be ignored as the inflammation of the skin is itchy and clear fluid may leak from the red, swollen skin. This skin condition affects both children as well as adults.

Rosacea is often confused with acne and it can affect anyone at any age. The exact cause of rosacea is not known; however, a combination of environmental factors and hereditary could play a role in this skin condition.

Vitamin D is fondly referred to as the “Sunshine Vitamin” and it is vital for overall good health including keeping bones strong and supporting the nervous and immune systems. Some foods high in Vitamin D include trout, tuna, salmon, yogurt, fortified orange juice, fortified milk, and mushrooms. Tim Ioannides believes that additionally, Vitamin D helps in treating skin conditions because he has witnessed the amazing results in his patients.

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