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 In modern medicine, eczema is affected by contact with allergic conditions. Usually the …Read More »
Eczema (Causes & Symptoms) (First part)
What is eczema? Eczema is a descriptive term for one of the chronic diseases of the skin that usually begins in childhood. It also called inflammation or swelling of the skin. It can cause itching, redness, swelling, skin rashes, and it can be exposed at any part of the body, …Read More »
Can eczema be prevented?
Can eczema be prevented? While there is no cure for eczema, you can take steps to manage your symptoms and lessen the severity of outbreaks. Such measures include avoidance of over-bathing; applying moisturizer frequently, especially after bathing; bathing in warm, not hot, water and using a mild soap; limiting or …Read More »
Allergies – Which affects the skin? An allergy is an abnormally high sensitivity reaction to an ordinarily harmless substance. The immune system of an allergic person reacts when an allergen is absorbed into their body, treating the substance as a harmful invader, causing the white blood cells to begin producing …Read More »
eczema natural treatment
Home remedies for eczema may be as simple as changing your laundry detergent or as difficult as moving to a new climate or changing jobs. Removing whatever is causing the allergic reaction is the easiest and most effective treatment. Prevent dry skin by taking warm (not hot) showers rather than …Read More »