Causes, symptoms and effective treatment of eczema

Eczema is a common chronic skin disease which is accompanied by rash and severe itching.

This disease affected both sexes. Eczema can occur at any age, but it is most common in children under 5 years. Half of them tend to have this skin disease remains, rash appears periodically throughout life.

Reasons for the appearance of eczema

At the moment, the exact cause of the disease is not yet installed. However, you can highlight a number of factors that affect the appearance of eczema:

  • immune system dysfunction;
  • genetic predisposition;
  • reaction to some substances;
  • stress;
  • a change of climate.

In addition, it is believed that eczema can occur as an allergic reaction to any stimulus.

Effective treatment of eczema

Choice of treatment eczema fully depends on the shape and alleged cause of the disease.

There are two main forms of the disease:

  • dry eczema - without bubbles;
  • wet eczema - with bubbles containing serous fluid.

Treatment of dry eczema is carried out through a series of procedures. The most common baths with the addition of natural oils.

In addition, treatment of dry eczema of the hands and lower extremities accompanied by a diet observance of all rules of personal hygiene and the use cotton gloves when performing everyday operations.

Treatment wet eczema also is complex. Patient is prescribed a diet, application of ointments and aerosols, removing itching, as well as water treatment baths and local lotions.

Treatment дисгидротической eczema, affecting mainly the hand and foot, likewise, moreover, may include laser therapy, paraffin treatment, etc.

To undergo a course of treatment with the use of physiotherapy, mud wraps and applications, as well as balneotherapy can be in our rehabilitation center.

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