Eczema Ayurvedic treatment | Signs & Symptoms Home Remedies
The word Eczema comes from a Greek word which means bubble or boil over. Eczema is a condition of skin that involves different types of clinical features. They are itching, dryness redness, burning sensation, scaling or oozing. The children are more prone to eczema than the adults. Atopic dermatitis is also one type of eczema. It appears all over the body. Also it appears in the extremities bilaterally symmetrically.
Eczema |Signs n Symptoms | Treatment | Home Remedies
The signs and symptoms of eczema is not the same always. It looks different with different people. Also it looks different with the same person in different pathogenesis and different seasons. Sometimes it is generalized, sometimes it is localized at a stipulated part of the body. The signs and symptoms of Eczema include – Dry skin, Red skin, Hyper pigmented black skin, Roughness, Bleeding after itching, Oozing, Dust like scaling, Inflammation, Intense itching.
All the signs and symptoms of Eczema mentioned above may be from mild to moderate. Dryness and intense itching followed by bleeding are the cardinal symptoms of Eczema. Sometimes oozing of some liquid is observed.
Actually any type of dermatitis may be called Eczema. Eczema is a word used to refer itchy rashes. Atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, hand eczema are all come under the group of Eczema.
Signs n Symptoms
The treatment of Eczema at Astang Ayurveda Panchakarma hospital at Bhubaneswar is a regular practice. We give specific Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of Eczema. Basing upon the basic principle of Ayurveda we analyze the category of the patient and the disease. Then we select the treatment for the patient. The treatment includes Ayurveda Panchakarma and internal medicine. It is a good news for the Eczema patient is that only internal medicine can help curing Eczema except some exceptional cases.
Hardly ever we have seen any eczema patient not cured by Ayurveda treatment.
Written and edited by: Dr A P Nayak
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