Eczema is a name for several kinds of skin inflammation, also known as Dermatitis. The common form of Eczema is Atopic Dermatitis. Eczema can affect people of any age, although the ailment is most common in infants. Eczema will enduringly settle by age 3 in about half of affected infants. In others, the situation tends to recur throughout life.
Doctors do not know the specific cause of eczema, but an unusual function of the immune system is believed to be a factor. Things that come in contact with the skin, such as soaps, cosmetics, clothing, detergents, jewellary, or sweat, can trigger some forms of eczema. Environmental allergens (substances that cause allergic responses) may also cause disruptions of eczema. Fluctuations in temperature or humidity, or even psychological stress, for some people, lead to disorders of eczema.
Eczema starting stages usually has the appearance as dry, reddened skin that itches or burns, although the appearance of eczema varies from person to person and varies according to the specific type of eczema. Intense itching is often the first symptom in most people with eczema. Sometimes, eczema may lead to blisters and oozing lesions, but it can also result in dry and scaly skin. Repeated scratching may lead to hardened, crusty skin.
While any area of the body may be affected by eczema, in children and adults, eczema typically occurs on the face, neck, and the insides of the elbows, knees, and ankles. In infants, eczema usually occurs on the forehead, cheeks, forearms, legs, scalp, and neck.
There are no laboratories or blood tests that can be used to confirm the diagnosis of eczema. To diagnose eczema, doctors rely on a thorough physical examination of the skin as well as the patient’s account of the history of the situation. In particular, the doctor will ask when the disease appeared, if the condition is correlated with any changes in the environment or contact with certain materials, and whether it aggravated in any specific situations. Ayurvedic treatment for Eczema in Hyderabad has firmly gained the success rate.
According to Ayurveda, all the Skin Diseases are the results of contaminated blood. The Ayurvedic goals for the Eczema treatment (PAMA, VICHARCHIKA) are to block itching, inflammation, and worsening of the condition. Treatment of Eczema may involve lifestyle changes and the use of medications and Panchakarma, The Detoxification Procedure that upon an individual’s age, overall health status, and the type and severity of the condition.
- Panchakarma Treatments for Eczema goes through several stages of viz.
- Abhayangam (Oil Massage),
- Snehapanam (Taking medicated ghee),
- Elakizhi (Leaf Bundle Massage),
- Vamana (Induced Vomiting),
- Takra Dhara (Medicated Butter Milk poured continuously on the hair-bearing area, and a gentle massage is done),
- Pizhichil (Oil Bath with 3 liters of Oil),
- Siro Vashti (keeping oil on head),
- Vastis (enemas which include Kashaya vasthi, Anuvasana Vasthi Etc.),
- Virechanam (Purgation),
- Raktha Mokshanam (Blood Letting) and
- Lepanam (Application of Ointments) etc.
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