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Eczema Treatment

Eczema Treatment

Eczema is a condition where patches of skin become inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and rough. It is the most common form of inflammation of the skin (dermatitis). So what exactly is eczema? And what should you do, now that you or your child has been diagnosed

What are the symptoms of eczema?

The most important thing to remember is that eczema and its symptoms are different for everyone. Your eczema may not look the same on you as it does on another adult, or on your child. It may even appear in different areas of the body at different times.

What to look for:
  • Dry, sensitive skin
  • Red, inflamed skin
  • Very bad itching
  • Dark colored patches of skin
  • Rough, leathery or scaly patches of skin
  • Oozing or crusting
  • Areas of swelling

Types of eczema

Eczema is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become red, itchy and inflamed. There are several types of eczema:

  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Contact dermatitis
  • Dyshidrotic eczema
  • Nummular eczema
  • Seborrheic dermatitis
  • Stasis dermatitis.

Eczema is very common. And in many cases, it’s also manageable. In fact, over 30 million Americans have some form of eczema.

Living with eczema can be an ongoing challenge. The word “eczema” is derived from a Greek word meaning “to boil over,” which is a good description for the red, inflamed, itchy patches that occur during flare-ups. Eczema can range from mild, moderate, to severe.

It’s most common for babies and children to develop eczema on their face (especially the cheeks and chin), but it can appear anywhere on the body and symptoms may be different from one child to the next. More often than not, eczema goes away as a child grows older, though some children will continue to experience eczema into adulthood. Adults can develop eczema, too, even if they never had it as a child.

Ayurveda and Eczema

According to Ayurveda, eczema or vicharchika can be primarily attributed to a poor diet and lifestyle which impairs digestion and aggravates  Pitta   dosha  (biohumor representing Fire and Water). Pitta shows up in the skin as blisters and breakouts due to the accumulation of internally heating toxins called  ama . When these toxins enter the deeper layers of the bodily tissues they contaminate them to cause this condition.

However, eczema may also be caused due to an imbalance of the other doshas. Here is a look at the different manifestations of the condition based on the dosha that is aggravated.

Vata dosha: This eczema is characterized by extreme dryness, scaling, itching and lots of pain and throbbing.

Pitta dosha: Pitta-type eczema shows up as red, blistery, bleeding, burning sensation and infections. Pitta people may be susceptible to seborrheic and contact dermatitis due to excess heat, particularly inthe armpits and on the scalp.

Kapha dosha: Kaphic eczema itches, oozes and causes thickening of the skin. Kapha individuals may be prone to seborrheic eczema, especially in between rolls of fats as well as other moist sweaty areas.

Tridoshic eczema may show symptoms of all three types of eczema. This is commonly seen in most chronic cases.

Treatment for eczema

Punarnav ayurveda experienced great success in eczema treatment. Our formulation for local application and oral medication shoot the effected part of skin ,it remove the dead skin and roughness from skin.

  • Salt and sugar intake should be reduced.
  • Sour items including pickles and curd are strictly prohibited.
  • Bitters like neem and turmeric are useful. Turmeric is perhaps the best as it can be applied externally.
  • Constipation can make your body look for other outlets for toxins. The skin being one of the prime regions for the expulsion of toxins, one should ensure that they get enough hydration and at least 30 gms of fiber daily.
  • Probiotics like whey are a must for good gut health which also boosts immune health.
  • Seeds like pumpkin and chia are high in zinc, a nutrient needed to heal wounds and metabolize fatty acids.
  • One should stay away from processed and fried foods as they cause inflammation.
  • Eczema can be triggered by potential allergens. Some common allergen foods include gluten, dairy, shellfish or peanuts.
  • Eat foods that are rich in gelatin that can be a boon to your gut as well as skin, hair and nail health. Grass fed cattle, pastured poultry or wild caught fish are good sources of gelatin and essential fatty acids that can be made into a nutritious and wholesome bone broth.
  • Staying away from spicy and oily foods need to be followed in this condition.

  • Take a bath daily with water boiled with neem bark. After cleaning, the paste of the bark should be applied over the affected areas and allowed to dry.
  • If regular soaps and cleansers are too harsh for the skin, washing the skin with natural cleansers like oatmeal and besan (gram flour) can be gentle and moisturizing. This is especially helpful as baby eczema natural remedies as natural cleansing methods work best on soft, baby skin.
  • One also needs to stay away from hot, humid temperatures and keep free from any tight clothing.
  • Get some direct sunlight as the Vitamin D can improve immunity and help prevent breakouts.
  • While eczema is sometimes worsened by soaking in water, some may benefit from adding magnesium bath salts and/or Himalayan salt to their bathwater.
  • Wear light, cotton clothing which are breathable and do not encourage sweating (which could burn).
  • Stress could cause the condition to become aggravated. This is where daily meditation and  pranayama  practice can help.

  • Headstand (Shirshasana)
  • Legs Up The Wall Pose (Viparita Karani)
  • Standing Forward Bend (Uttanasana)
  • Wind-Relieving Pose (Pawanmuktasana)
  • Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)
  • Moon Salutation

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