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Eczema refers to the inflammation of the skin and it can flare up from time to time. Let’s take a look at what it is and how you can effectively treat it.
Eczema comes in different types and that’s why it should be effectively treated. It’s inflammation of the skin and the most common type of eczema is atopic eczema.
It’s often as a result of an allergy and people with these allergies are likely to develop other symptoms like asthma and hay-fever.
Some of the symptoms of eczema include dry skin, red and inflamed areas on the skin, and itchy skin. Inflamed skin can become thicker on the areas where you are likely to scratch, and thus it can become infected too.
In mild cases, this can flare up from time to time, where in severe cases it can last almost permanently. Eczema affects millions of people worldwide.
In most cases, atopic eczema is seen in children as young as 5 years old. It’s unusual for people to develop eczema for the first time in their 20s or 30s, so it’s often seen in children.
It’s important to get to the cause of the skin inflammation, so that it can be effectively treated.
The cause of eczema can be due to many factors. It’s usually caused due to changes in climate, your diet, or other infections. That’s why so many people are instructed to change their lifestyle and habits, to naturally reduce and eliminate their eczema issues.