Sorts of Eczema and Ezcema Treatment
In this article we focus on the types of Eczema including Eczema symptoms, Eczema causes and Eczema treatments.
Atopic Eczema / Atopic Dermatitis
The most common style of Eczema, sometimes called Infant Eczema as it is very common with babies under 1 year. Up to 20% of children suffer from Atopic Eczema but under 5% of adults. The good news is that most youngsters ‘grow out of it’, although it is not pleasant waiting for you or your little one to ‘grow out of it. Atopic refers to having an sensitivity to things, those with Atopic Eczema also often suffer from Asthma and Hay Fever. Although some allergen is the most likely root cause of eczema the causes of Eczema can be Genetic, cultural, environmental, societal or racial. As Eczema is more prevalent in developed cultures and is known to be frequently caused by some allergic reaction — the good news about this is that, particularly Atopic Eczema can be considerably improved by a special diet plan – that needs a bit of improve behalf of the sufferer and / or parents.
Treatment / Health care
Reduction of exposure to allergens causing the condition (see connection to my blog)
Regular emollients / moisturisers (my site will give you a link to a DIY natural Eczema Cream)
Hydrocortisone, Steroids, Antibiotics and other medical treatments should only be used if guided by your physician / doctor.
Irritant Contact Meals / Allergic Contact Eczema / Contact Dermatitis
Contact Eczema is probably the easiest type of Eczema to understand, diagnose in addition to treat. It occurs on particular areas of the skin this comes into contact with some allergen or irritant. When the serum or irritant is identified and removed the Eczema clears up.
Allergens include: nickel (common in Jewellery), other metals, perfumes and soaps, rubber, cement, resins and glues, plants, sugar, flour, fruits, fish and many meat.
Irritant Eczema is most common in a working environment everywhere that hands are frequently wet and is sometimes called Work-related Dermatitis.
Irritants include: Hairdressing materials, food processing resources and foods including fish products, engineering oils, detergents and bleach.
The liquid irritant (or even water) softens the top layers of skin and allows often the irritant access to the delicate deeper layers.
Treatment / Care
Fairly simple (but may need trial and error to identify the culprit) – remove the Allergen or Irritant.
For people who develop Get in touch with Eczema as part of their job / occupation, some form of safety gloves are essential – in extreme circumstances a change connected with occupation may be necessary.