7 Types of Eczema and Natural Treatment

by Ayur Vedic Ayurvedic Treatments

There are several different types of eczema and diagnosing the type of eczema you have can help in the way you would manage and treat the condition.

What is Eczema?

Eczema (also known as dermatitis) is the name for a group of diseases that are the result of inflammation of the skin. The inflammation is a reaction of the immune system to a complex series of factors. These include the genes you inherit and external elements such as the climate and the food you eat. There are many different forms of eczema; they can affect any age group, and their pattern and severity differ from individual to individual. “Natural eczema treatment Sydney” can also vary depending on the type of condition you are suffering.

7 Types of Eczema and their natural treatment

1.       Atopic Dermatitis is the most common type of eczema. It's a chronic condition accompanied by dry and inflamed skin. Atopic dermatitis (AD) commonly occurs in kids between 1 and 5 years of age. It can’t be treated by usual allopathic medicines but it can be controlled with particular medicines and ayurvedic treatment for eczema.

2.       Nummular Eczema is a condition that appears as coin-shaped patches on the skin and it can be commonly found on back, buttocks, and arm. It looks like scaly, crusted and very itchy. Ayurvedic treatment for eczema can be the best option. Nummular Eczema often rolls up out of a skin injury, such as an abrasion due to friction, burns, or an insect bite. Men usually get this discoid eczema more than women which occur between ages 55 and 65. It can be treated with antihistamines and topical solutions.

3.       Dyshidrotic eczema appears on the sole of feet and palms of hands and looks like deep blisters that burn and itch.

4.       Seborrheic eczema is a type of skin inflammation that looks like oily, scaly and yellowish patches on the skin. It mostly appears in the scalp and face.

5.       Stasis Dermatitis mostly appears in lower legs and causes skin irritation. It is due to blood pooling in the leg veins, considered a chronic condition. It is also known as Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), a condition that occurs when the venous wall and/or valves in the leg veins are not working correctly. You can contact an Ayurveda specialist for natural Eczema treatment.

6.       Allergic eczema is a reaction when the skin comes in contact with any substance that is foreign to the immune system. It will look like itchy, red and burning skin.

7.       Neurodermatitis is a condition that looks like scaly patches on the skin of the lower leg, head, wrist, and forearms. This type of eczema will become more irritated if scratched. For natural eczema treatment and natural treatment psoriasis sydney, you can consult an Ayurvedic practitioner.

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