Diabetic menu Eczema Causes And Symptoms Posted By: alleysmith

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Eczema symptoms on the face are much the same as they are when it is on another part of the body. You usually experience redness, dryness, and itchiness on the face and if the eczema is very severe, then you may see scabbing, skin cracking, scaling, and even oozing of fluid. Some people only have eczema on the face, but others have it on other parts of their body, too.

Lack of nutrients, this is another possible cause to eczema to strike. Lack of nutrients such as vitamin E. As you may know vitamin E is responsible for the health of our skin, with a lack of this nutrient your skin may suffer and as a result eczema strikes.

There are many factors that can cause an eczema. The causes of eczema depend mostly on what type of eczema you have. The types of eczema that exist may look very alike, but in fact they are very different, because these types of eczema have different causes. Here are the types of eczema that somebody may have.

Reduce your Sugar Intake. Although you may not be a diabetic or junk food addict, if you reduce your sugar intake by switching from soft drinks to natural juices, and also drink more water, it could help reduce your eczema. It has been reported that the bacteria that create the infection of eczema thrive in sugar.

Eczema can be prevented by taking few simple but essential measures in addition to eczema treatments. These precautions can effectively reduce the severity and frequency of eczema. The primary precaution is frequent moisturizing that you must not miss under any circumstances, if you really care about coming out of the irritations of eczema.

Neem is known as Sarbaroganibarini in Ayurveda which means 'cure for all diseases'. Both internal and external applications of neem may offer benefits in treating eczema. Neem can be considered as an effective and holistic natural cure for eczema.

Of these ingredients selenium, omega-3-oils, gamma-linoleic acid, milk thistle extract, olive lief extract and artichoke extract alleviate inflammation but also stimulate healing. Zink, grape seed extract, collagen type II, hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulphate hinder tissue destruction and stimulate healing. The oily substances also make the skin softer, more elastic and help taka away scales.

Seborrhoeic Eczema. You may have this type if your age is in the range of 20 - 40 years old. Some medical experts believe that mushroom can be the cause of this eczema. There are some parts of your body that this eczema may appear, such as, upper body, ears, or face. If you have this type, your skin will be red, flakey, and sore.

Eczema may not require continuous treatment, as most people generally outgrow the condition as they become older. However, antibiotics may have to be used when infections set in and hamper treatment of the flares. A dermatologist, allergologist or other specialist should be consulted after reasonable time and treatment fails to eliminate eczema or improve skin condition.

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