Skin Health (Eczema)

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What is eczema

Rather than a particular medical situation, eczema is a response pattern that the skin produces in many different diseases. It starts as red, bulged small blisters filled with a clear fluid atop a red, bulging plaque. The impacted skin will weep and drip when the blisters break. In chronic and older eczema, the blisters are raised little and the skin is thickened, prominent, and scaling. Eczema almost always is very scratchy.

Symptoms and signs

  • Itching . The itchiness can be intense. The damage to the skin during eczema is often due to scratching.

  • Redness. The impacted skin may lose blood and look like blotchy.

  • Scaling. Your skin layer can crumble, giving the skin a rough and scaly appearance

  • Cracking. The severely impacted skin may create painful, deep cracks, usually known as fissures

  • Fluid-filled blisters. These can drop and form crust


Causes of eczema

The particular source of eczema is still unidentified, but it is believed to generate due to a mixture of hereditary (genetic) and ecological aspects.

Children are more likely to affect with eczema and if a parent has had it or another atopic disease. The chances increase further, if both parents have an atopic disease.

Some ecological factors are also known the reason and source of eczema. These are:

  • Irritants - cleansers, detergents, shampoos, disinfectants, juices from fruits and veggies, meats, or vegetables

  • Allergens - insects, pets, pollens, mold, dandruff

  • Microbes - bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, viruses, certain fungi

  • Hot and cold conditions - hot weather, high and low humidity, sweating from exercise

  • Foods - dairy products, eggs, nuts, soy items, wheat

  • Stress - it is not a cause of eczema but can create symptoms worse

Hormones - women can experience worsening of eczema symptoms at times when their hormonal levels are changing, for example during pregnancy and at certain factors in their menstrual cycle.

Types of eczema

There are many different kinds of eczema. This article will primarily focus on atopic dermatitis. Other versions include:

  • Allergic contact eczema (dermatitis) - a skin reaction following contact with a substance that the immune system recognises as foreign

  • Dyshidrotic eczema – in this type, by blisters, the skins of palms and bottom of the feet feel discomfort

  • Contact eczema – this happens when skin comes in contact with some allergen

  • Neurodermatitis - scaly patches of skin on head, arms, wrists, and feet generated by a restricted irritate such as an insect bite

  • Nummular eczema - circular places of irritated skin that can be crusted, scaling, and itchy

  • Seborrheic eczema - oily, scaly yellowish places of skin, usually on scalp and face

  • Stasis dermatitis - skin discomfort on feet, usually related to circulatory problems


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