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Eczema

Eczema is characterized by itchy, dry, rough, flakey, inflamed, and irritated skin. It can flare up, subside, and then flare up again. It can occur anywhere but usually affects the arms, inner elbows, backs of the knees, or head (particularly the cheeks and the scalp). It is not contagious and becomes less severe with age.
Eczema can cause intense itching. Scratching further irritates and inflames the skin. This can cause infections that must be treated with antibiotics.
Types of Eczema
  • Contact dermatitis is caused by contact with irritants. Burning, itching, and redness occur. The inflammation goes away when the irritant is removed.
  • Dyshidrotic dermatitis affects fingers, palms of the hands, and soles of the feet. It causes itchy, scaly patches of skin that flake or become red, cracked, and painful. The condition is more common in women.
  • Nummular dermatitis causes dry, round patches of skin in the winter months. It usually affects the legs. It is more common in men.
  • Seborrheic dermatitis causes itchy, red, scaly rashes, particularly on the scalp, on the eyebrows, on the eyelids, on the sides of the nose, and behind the ears.

Causes of Eczema

Eczema is sometimes caused by an abnormal response to proteins that are part of the body. Normally, the immune system ignores proteins that are part of the human body and attacks only the proteins of invaders, such as bacteria or viruses. In eczema, the immune system loses the ability to distinguish between the two, which causes inflammation.
An Eczema flare-up is when one or more eczema symptoms appear on the skin. Common triggers of eczema flare-ups include:
  • chemicals found in cleaners and detergents that dry out the skin
  • rough scratchy material like wool
  • synthetic fabrics
  • raised body temperature
  • sweating
  • temperature changes
  • sudden drop in humidity
  • stress
  • food allergies
  • animal dander
  • upper respiratory infections

Symptoms of Eczema

Red or brownish-gray patches are common symptoms. Small, raised bumps that ooze fluid when scratched are another symptom. Scratching causes them to become crusty, which can signal infection. Thickened, scaly skin is another symptom.

Eczema Treatment At Ayurjyoti Wellness Ayurveda LLP.

At Ayurjyoti Wellness Ayurveda, we offer effective Eczema treatment through a combination of our proprietary Ayurvedic formulations and Traditional Ayurvedic combinations and the full range of Ayurvedic therapies that are administered by our Team of Experienced Ayurvedic Physicians and trained therapists. We have over the years perfected the art and science of treating Osteoarthritis through conservative approach and avoiding the need to for surgery in a vast majority of patients. We advise a preventive approach to Eczema as well. For those who have more severe symptoms, we also advise them to undergo a full course of detox and strengthening therapies once a year and short courses of detox and strengthening therapy performed over three days once in two or three months, so as to prevent further damage to the tissues and make your skin healthy. We have found that patients who follow our protocol are able to lead a much better quality of life and prevent deterioration of their condition even with ageing. We offer the whole range of treatment at our Ayurvedic treatment centre at various cities as well as in Kolkata where we provide Ayurvedic Therapy and Yoga as part of our therapeutic approach.