Eczema treatment

Eczema treatment: How can treat eczema? (Part II)

Eczema treatment: In the previous article, we reviewed the causes and symptoms of eczema. In this article we will continue to discuss the methods of treatment in modern medicine and traditional medicine.

Eczema treatment in modern medicine

Eczema treatmentIn modern medicine, eczema is affected by contact with allergic conditions.

Usually the cause of the onset of allergy and eczema is not treated and only its symptoms can be temporarily overcome.

Doctors believe that eczema is an antigen. Most of allergenic substances that have a low molecular weight enter the body and lead to stimulation of the immune system, but coarse molecules cause eczema lesions on the skin.

Eczema treatment

In modern medicine, doctors believe that the most important way to treat eczema is to take medication and avoid allergenic substances and therapeutic methods only cure allergic symptoms.

Consumption of fruits, vegetables, nuts, dairy and milk leads to body resistance, in which case the body can control some of the diseases and allergic symptoms.

Home treatment

Eczema treatmentIn addition to being simple and inexpensive, usually has fewer side effects, here are some of these methods that are useful for different people.

– Use cold compress to relieve itching

– Drink plenty of water (this is very useful)

Aloe vera can reduce skin inflammation and a it is a great moisturizer.

– Apply olive oil, coconut oil or jojoba oil to your skin and wash it in a few minutes with an anti-aging shampoo.

Changing lifestyle

Some simple lifestyle changes can greatly help reduce the symptoms of eczema.

Reducing stress

Have enough rest, have fun and relax and have negative thoughts away. A shower of warm water is very effective in achieving relaxation.

Avoid allergenic cosmetic products

Eczema treatmentUse anti-hygienic cosmetic products for this purpose.

Provide moisture to the skin

Always keep your skin moist. Moisturizers prevent skin dryness.

Exposure to sunlight

Stay exposed for 15 to 20 minutes without any creams or shields, and be sure that it will not damage your skin for a short time. This is called UV therapy.

Traditional medicine

In traditional medicine, the origins of many skin problems are due to problems and underlying illnesses, including diseases and poor functioning of the liver. So, for the treatment of skin problems, including eczema, we must first investigate and treat the liver.

Given that there is still no definitive treatment for liver and especially fatty liver disease in modern medicine, doctors’ emphasis on treating these diseases is often related to issues such as weight loss and blood lipid and diabetes control.

On the other hand, the consumption of many chemical drugs in the long period causes liver disease. But in traditional medicine, using the properties of some herbs and processing them, products have been developed that easily and successfully treat fatty liver.

One of these products is Shelliver (Produced by Parsiteb Company). It should be noted that only use of this medication is not enough and you should change your life style as well.


Collected by
Dr. Sara Bakhshaei

About Sara Bakhshaei

Dr Sara Bakhshaei ParsiTeb Company Researcher
Dr Sara Bakhshaei is a PhD. graduate Agroecologist from the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. She has done researches in some agricultural and health fields such as Plant Ecology, Agroecology, Data Analysis, Crop production, LCA and Pharmaceutical effects of medicinal plants. She completed her researches as an Internship period in IFF institute(Institute of Social Ecology) in Vienna, Austria. Since 2016 she works as a senior researcher at Parsiteb herbal pharmaceutical company. She has 8 years of work experience as a university lecturer in Iran and published more than 100 articles in her research fields. Now she continues her study in the field of Phytomedicine at the Boku University of Vienna.

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