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TYPES OF ECZEMA


Contact Dermatitis

the skin’s allergic reaction due to contact to everyday objects.

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Hand Dermatitis

develops mostly in the hands and can be a general term as well, is frequently job related and most cases require special treatment.

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Nummular Dermatitis

is a result of skin injury, coin shaped and this is a hallmark of this skin condition, nummular lesions.

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Seborrheic Dermatitis

develops at the scalp where it is oily and waxy, also can be called cradle cap, dandruff or seborrhea.

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Neurodermatitis

involves severe irritation of the nerve endings of the skin and this triggers a viscous cycle of itching and scratching.

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Atopic Dermatitis

it is chronic in form, it requires daily care and intervention.

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Dyshidrotic Dermatitis

occurs only in hands and feet, can also be called vesicular eczema or vesicular plamoplantar eczema.

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Occupational Dermatitis

develops from exposure to chemicals and substances at work, may also be related to irritant contact and allergic contact dermatitis.

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Stasis Dermatitis

also be called gravitational dermatitis, venous eczema or venous stasis dermatitis; develops in the lower extremities.

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Follicular Eczema

is characterized by severe itching, skin dryness and a reddish appearance of the skin.



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Home Remedies: Treat Your Eczema At Home

By YUN NAKAMURA


Eczema is an allergic skin condition that is characterized by skin lesions that are very itchy, red and inflamed. There is presently no cure for eczema but there are home treatments that you can do to manage eczema symptoms.


If you or any member of the family is suffering from eczema of an acute allergic skin reaction to substances or chemicals, it is always the best to consult a dermatologist to diagnose what type of eczema you have. A dermatologist can also advice the ideal eczema treatment for your type as well as easy remedies that you can do to manage eczema at home. Here are some home treatments for eczema:


    Upon consult to a dermatologist, you will know what substance or chemical is causing an allergic reaction on your skin. Remove these substances at home or if it is found at work, wear protective clothing if exposure to these chemicals is imminent. If you are suffering from severe cases of eczema from work then it is best to change jobs that to further aggravate your health.


    Increasing skin moisture is one of the most important eczema home management techniques. Use moisturizers, prescribed creams or essential oils to moisturize your skin. Take warm baths to increase skin moisture effectively and apply moisturizer at once after bathing.


    Avoid irritating products like harsh soaps, fragrances, cleaning agents, aftershaves, etc. Use a mild soap in bathing and follow any skin regimen advised by your dermatologist.


    A great eczema home remedy is to increase moisture content in the home; use a humidifier or a pan of water near a fire place or furnace.


    Avoid constricting clothing and clothes made of wool. Wear loose fitting cotton clothes that can effectively absorb perspiration. Avoid sweating and keep cool all the time.


    Increase your water intake; this is an effective skin hydrating technique that increases skin moisture from the inside. Eat fruits in season and drink fruit juices that can also help increase your body’s moisture content.


    Managing stress can also help prevent eczema symptom flare ups. Stress can cause eczema symptoms and stress reduction activities can effectively reduce skin inflammation and reaction.


    Home treatment for eczema also involves keeping skin from infection. Infection often results from intense scratching of the skin lesions. Keeping skin moisturized often manages skin itching. Antihistamines and other eczema medications can also help control itch and inflammation. Keep nails short to prevent skin injury from scratching. Gloves can also prevent a person from scratching his lesions especially at night.


    Increase the body’s resistance by eating healthy and taking dietary supplements can significantly decrease eczema symptoms. Medications used to control eczema symptoms may decrease the immune system increasing the person’s risk to acquire other infections and diseases and thus increasing the body’s resistance must be done.


Controlling and managing eczema at home is the first step in the treatment and prevention of eczema attacks. Consult your dermatologist for other methods to effectively control your symptoms at home and especially at work or in school.


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