Eczema - Skin Rash and Itchy Skin Rashes

Eczema is a very common skin disease and the common name of a skin and inflammation of the skin's top layer, which can occur anywhere on the body. Eczema often causes an annoying itch, and proves by red, scaly rash in different places on the body and the hands and feet. Eczema is not contagious. In acute cases, eczema liquid. By a prolonged chronic eczema, the skin becomes thickened dry and scaly and often with scratch marks. Eczema can also become infected with bacteria, which leads to watering, and yellow scabs. Urticaria is an acute skin reaction with intensely itchy red spots, often accompanied by a blistering in the middle. The spots moving rapidly. Hives can sometimes due to allergy, usually to something you've eaten.

Eczema is treated with a particular creams and ointments, containing cortisone. Treatment must be adapted to the current type of eczema. Cortisone creams and cortisone ointments are available in different strengths. For mild eczema, it is sufficient with the weak, non-prescription creams or ointments, while more severe eczema requiring stronger cortisone creams or ointments. However, there are drugs for the treatment of eczema, which does not contain cortisone, but which alleviates the inflammation of the skin, itching reduced, and eczema heals. To protect the skin and simultaneously enhance the effects of treatment should be lubricated skin with emollient cream several times daily.

Various types of eczema

Dandruff Eczema is very common, and many have it much easier. It manifests itself as redness and greasy scaling on the face - most pronounced at the nostrils and eyebrows - and in the scalp, and upwards on the chest and back. Dandruff Eczema is known by the characteristic skin changes.

Hypo Static eczema (dermatitis) examines only the lower legs and occurs when the skin has been stretched due to fluid in the legs. Gives like other eczema types redness, scaling, blisters and intense itching.

Nummular eczema, also known as coin-shaped eczema seen as small round eczema patches on my legs and sometimes with spread to large areas of skin. There is often the bacteria in the eczema, which is always very itchy. Eczema can be triggered by allergies and therefore should allergy-tested with patch samples.

Contact eczema caused by contact with substances that have triggered an allergic dermatitis. For example, triggered by soap and water, foodstuffs, or solvents, cutting oils, which gives a skin irritation, in addition, unwinds a eczema. Allergic contact dermatitis is triggered by contact with substances such as nickel, fragrances or preservatives in cosmetics or detergents. Eczema occurs first on the skin where contact has taken place, often the hands or face, but can quickly spread throughout the body. Contact allergy can be detected through allergy testing by a dermatologist eg patch tests on back.

Contact urticaria caused by protein substances such as proteins in foods or latex, which when in contact with the skin trigger urticarial changes and gradually evolves into genuine eczema. Allergy can be detected by skin prick test in the arm. - Click to read more about hives >>

Treatment of eczema

Self Treatment: Dry eczema can often be prevented or ameliorated with moisturizer or OTC drugs that supports the skin's own immune system such Dexem Foam - a cortisone free product that works antipruritic, and soothing to all types of eczema. Dexem is also available as a lotion for scalp eczema and cream antipruritic care for irritated skin and eczema. For dandruff eczema treatment can be supplemented with antifungal shampoo. For the base treatment urticaria antihistamine tablets, which takes the itching and swelling. Available as capsules, tablets, oral solution and melt tablets. Some preparations have only effect in a few hours, where other works a full day. Consult your doctor or pharmacist to give you a preparation with minimal side effects and greatest efficacy. Consider what may have triggered the allergy. Enter any of what you have eaten and drunk in recent days.

Contact your doctor: by weeping eczema with hand eczema, which arises from your work, by persistent eczema when the eczema spreads or keeps coming back, by infection of eczema. And contact your doctor immediately at the hives, which may have occurred after ingestion of medications, especially antibiotics. On suspicion of contact dermatitis should be carried out allergy testing by a dermatologist - patch tests on back.

Why eczema?

In adults caused eczema in some cases, allergy, for example, to nickel, rubber and plants. Eczema on the hands can also result from frequent work with water, detergent and soap. Eczema occurs more often in people who work with solvents and oils. The most common allergens are:

  • Nickel. Typically nickel to cheap jewelry, buttons, zippers, buckles, etc, for everyday use, often in close contact with the skin for a long time. Nickel dermatitis is prevented by nature the best way to avoid coming into contact with nickel-containing objects, which in everyday life may prove almost impossible. Treatment of hand eczema in nickel allergy is usually done in consultation with a doctor, where nickel eczema typically treated with cortisone creams or ointments in combination with skin and cracks smeared with emollient cream several times daily.
  • Perfume. It is estimated that 4 percent of the population suffer from perfume allergies, and that about 10 percent of patients with eczema suffer from perfume allergies. Reactions to the fragrance often appears as a rash on the skin. Fragrances are the second leading cause of contact dermatitis due to an increased consumption of cosmetic products with high concentrations of fragrances - and presence of allergenic fragrances in perfumes.
  • Detergents. Agents can contain harmful substances, which eczema. Therefore, choose a few simple cleaning and avoid overdoses. General skills our skin to withstand external influences from such funds, but some organic solvents can penetrate the skin and cause eczema, especially if skin is dry, cracked or soaked.

For the prevention of eczema and skin rashes are common skincare important, partly to prevent, partly to avoid worsening of eczema. Emollients keep skin supple and moist and dry skin is avoided. Cleaning the skin should be done with mild soap and lukewarm water. Maybe the soap completely avoided as it can irritate the skin. Instead, an oil or oil bath. As prevention of work can use gloves or a protective cream.

Herbal against Skin Rashes, eczema and allergies

Evening Primrose Oil contains eg the essential fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid, which has effects in the body and is essential for skin's well-being and moisture balance and therefore may be considered by eczema. For example, patients with eczema in clinical trials achieved improvements in their clinical picture by taking supplements of Borage oil to treat eczema. Available as such Borago borage oil capsules. In all types of skin problems, there is a need for zinc. Endocrine system is dependent on the zinc. Zinc is important for skin, hair and nails, growth, wound healing and immune system. Zinc is found in wheat germ, cocoa, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds and nuts. Zinc is important for many of the body's enzyme functions. For small wounds with severe-to-heal, make sure to get enough zinc. Zinc supplementation is available in liquid, as capsules and tablets such Nutridan Zinc, BioCitrat and OMMI Zinc.

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1. Asthma - the lungs, shortness of breath, tobacco smoke, smoking lungs, cold, allergy and stress.
2. Unconscious - fainting, loss of consciousness, respiration, blood pressure and circulation brain.
3. Sinusitis (or rhino sinusitis) - sequelae colds, flu, sinus, frontal sinus, nose and jaw caves.
4. Bladder infection (Cystitis) - burning urination, intimate hygiene, bacteria and urinary bladder.
5. Chest pain - pain around the heart, Angina, muscle pain, stress, anxiety, depression.
6. Diarrhea - loose bowels, travelers diarrhea, virus, infection, frequent stools, vomiting and fever.
7. Eczema - Skin disorder, Skin rash, itching, hives, allergies, zinc, cortisone and scaly eczema.
8. Fever - Body temperature above 38ºC (100.4ºF), Critical over 40.0ºC (104ºF), Inflammation.
9. Athletes foot - Ringworm of the foot, Tinea pedis, Fungal infections, Nail fungus, Scaling.
10. Burns - Fire Wounds, scalding, boiling water and fire, 1 2 3 degree, First Aid for Burns.
12. Common cold - coughing, sneezing, headache, pain on swallowing, hoarseness, sore throat.
13. Cold sores - Oral Herpes, blisters, contagious virus, sores, lips, mouth and nose.
14. Constipation - hard stool, stomach pain, abdominal pain, Herbals and digestive problems.
15. Sprains - First Aid Joint Injury, Sprained ankle, Fingers, Knee, Wrist sprain.
16. Tonsillitis - Sore Throat, Pharynx, Tonsils, Strep Throat, Mononucleosis and Scarlet fever.
17. Heartburn - stomach acid reflux, discomfort, gastric reflux, Indigestion, reflux Oesophagitis.
18. Shingles - Herpes zoster, Zoster or Zona, Chickenpox rash, Burning pain and Blistering rash.
19. Palpitations - Irregular Heartbeat, Arrhythmia, Heart rate, Stress, Sorrows and Worries.
20. Cough - Coughing cures, Dry cough, Tickling cough, Cold pneumonia and Mucus formation.
21. Headache - Cephalalgia, Forehead Pain, Frontal headache, Tension headaches and Migraine.
22. Hemorrhoids - Haemorrhoids, Bowl splashes, Itching, Rectal pain, or Rectal bleeding.
23. Hoarseness - Acute hoarseness, Hoarse voice, Dysphonia, Whisper and Weak voice.
24. Swollen glands - Lymph Nodes, Sore throat, Ear infection, Mononucleosis (Glandular fever).
25. Hay fever - Allergic Rhinitis, allergies, eyes, nose, grass pollen, birch, dust mites and fur.
26. Influenza - Flu, Influenzavirus A, B and C, Flu vaccination, Infectious, Fever and coldness.
27. Insect bites - bee stings, wasp stings, hornets, mosquitoes, fleas, poisonous, Borrelia and ticks.
28. Chlamydia - intercourse, unsafe sex, sexually transmitted diseases (STI), risk sexually active.
29. Itching - Skin itching, dry skin, sensitive skin, scabies, rash, allergy and pregnancy itching.
30. Pneumonia - high fever, cough, shortness of breath, chest pain and mycoplasma.
31. Bellyache - Stomach pain, Rumbling stomach, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Bloated stomach.
32. Menstrual Cramps - Menstrual Pain, Dysmenorrhea, Pain relief medicines and Herbal remedies.
33. Moles - Birthmarks, Melanoma, Brownish spots, Sun tanning, Ultraviolet light and Skin cancer.
34. Urticaria - Angioedema, hives, nettle, itching, redness, blisters, bumps, allergies and skin rashes.
35. Nosebleeds - epistaxis, nose bleeding, blood vessels, nostrils, cotton pad, saline, laser cautery.
36. Vomiting - throwing up, nausea, seasickness, air sickness, Morning sickness, pregnancy nausea.
37. Worms - worm infection, Threadworms, Pinworms, Tapeworms, Roundworms, Deworming.
38. Tick bites - Mites and Ticks, Borrelia, rash, paralysis, and Lyme disease, Signs and Symptoms.
39. Pain - acute pain, chronic pain, major pain, Migraine, muscle pain, Myalgia and Joint pain.
40. Insomnia - Sleeplessness, restless sleep, insomnia, sleep problems and sleeping pills.
41. Wounds - scrapes, abrasions, bleeding, wound care, tetanus vaccine and inflammation.
42. Toothache - acute toothache, Odontalgia, hole in tooth, Tooth Decay, Caries, Dental abscess.
43. Fatigue - Feeling tired, Burned out, exhaustion, tiredness, lethargy, Mental and Physical fatigue.
44. Vaginal discharge - Secretions, Vaginal catarrh, Fungus in Vagina, Odor, Itching and Infection.
45. Rashes - skin rash, eczema, allergies, dry skin, itching, rash from stress and acute rashes.
46. Warts - Foot warts, Hand warts, Finger warts, Flat warts, Treatment of Warts and removal tips.
47. Weight Loss - Overweight, fat, obesity, dieting, underweight, skinny, lifestyle and dietary advice.
48. Conjunctivitis - Red eye, Eye infection, Tearing, Eye allergies, Dry eyes and Contact lenses.
49. Earache - Ear pain, Ear infection, Fever, Earwax, Outer ear, Middle ear, Eardrum, Otitis media.
50. Respiratory problems - Dyspnea, Shortness of breath, Breathlessness, Difficulty in breathing.
11. Poisoning - Medicine, Connectors, Bites, Drugs, Fungi, Oil, First aid at the acute poisoning.

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