Natural herbal & homeopathic help for people with Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
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· General Description

· Symptoms

· Causes

· Herbal & Homeopathic Remedies

· Helpful Dietary Habits

· Dos and Don'ts

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General description and overview of Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis

Eczema (also called dermatitis) is a general term used to refer to inflammation of the skin. Usually characterized by redness and itching, eczema can be acute or chronic. In some forms (there are many), there may be oozing sores that become hard and scaly.

Infantile eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is the most common of the many types of eczema. Several have very similar symptoms. Eczema is usually associated with allergic asthma and hay fever; it often clears up by the age of two, although it may recur later on from time to time. If it recurs, then it is generally a chronic (long-lasting) disease. Atopic dermatitis is often referred to as "eczema," which is a general term for the several types of inflammation of the skin. It is not contagious; it cannot be passed from one person to another.

In eczema, the skin becomes extremely itchy. It becomes dry and itchy because too much moisture is lost from its upper layer. This leaves the skin without protection, making it easy for bacteria and viruses to penetrate. Scratching leads to redness, swelling, cracking, "weeping" clear fluid, and finally, crusting and scaling. In most cases, there are periods when the disease is worse (called exacerbations or flares) followed by periods when the skin improves or clears up entirely (called remissions). As some children with eczema grow older, their skin disease improves or disappears altogether, although their skin often remains dry and easily irritated. In others, eczema continues to be a significant problem in adulthood.

Although corticosteroid creams and ointments, systemic (oral) corticosteroid, and drugs that suppress the immune system have been used for many years to treat eczema and other autoimmune diseases affecting the skin, due to their serious side-effects like thinning of the skin, infections, growth suppression (in children), and stretch marks on the skin, thinned or weakened bones, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, infections, and cataracts; there has been a significant shift to natural alternatives like herbal & homeopathic remedies that can provide relief from itching and discomfort and reduce eczema patches equally well without the undesirable side-effects. Continue reading to learn more...

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Incidence and Prevalence of Eczema

Eczema is very common. It affects both males and females and accounts for 10 to 20 percent of all visits to dermatologists. Although Eczema may occur at any age, it most often begins in infancy and childhood. Scientists estimate that 65 percent of patients develop symptoms in the first year of life, and 90 percent develop symptoms before the age of 5. Onset after age 30 is less common and is often due to exposure of the skin to harsh or wet conditions.

Although it is difficult to identify exactly how many people are affected by eczema, an estimated 20 percent of infants and young children experience symptoms of the disease. Roughly 60 percent of these infants continue to have one or more symptoms of eczema in adulthood. This means that more than 15 million people in the United States have symptoms of the disease.

The skin factor

Researchers have noted differences in the skin of people with eczema that may contribute to the symptoms of the disease. The outer layer of skin, called the epidermis, is divided into two parts: an inner part containing moist, living cells, and an outer part, known as the horny layer or stratum corneum, containing dry, flattened, dead cells. Under normal conditions the stratum corneum acts as a barrier, keeping the rest of the skin from drying out and protecting other layers of skin from damage caused by irritants and infections. When this barrier is damaged, irritants act more intensely on the skin.

The skin of a person with eczema loses moisture from the epidermal layer, allowing the skin to become very dry and reducing its protective abilities. Thus, when combined with the abnormal skin immune system, the person's skin is more likely to become infected by bacteria (for example, Staphylo-coccus and Streptococcus) or viruses, such as those that cause warts and cold sores.

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Types of Eczema (Dermatitis)

  • Allergic contact eczema (dermatitis): a red, itchy, weepy reaction where the skin has come into contact with a substance that the immune system recognizes as foreign, such as poison ivy or certain preservatives in creams and lotions including scarlet rhus, nickel compounds, certain dyes and cosmetics

  • Atopic dermatitis: a chronic skin disease characterized by itchy, inflamed skin

  • Contact eczema: a localized reaction that includes redness, itching, and burning where the skin has come into contact with an allergen (an allergy-causing substance) or with an irritant such as an acid, a cleaning agent (like detergents), or other chemical. ‘Housework hands’ is a common form of eczema caused by excessive handwashing or household cleaners.

  • Dyshidrotic eczema: irritation of the skin on the palms of hands and soles of the feet characterized by clear, deep blisters that itch and burn

  • Neurodermatitis: scaly patches of the skin on the head, lower legs, wrists, or forearms caused by a localized itch (such as an insect bite) that become intensely irritated when scratched

  • Nummular eczema: coin-shaped patches of irritated skin-most common on the arms, back, buttocks, and lower legs-that may be crusted, scaling, and extremely itchy

  • Seborrheic eczema: yellowish, oily, scaly patches of skin on the scalp, face, and occasionally other parts of the body. If it occurs around the eyes it is known as blepharitis, and if in the external ear canal as otitis externa, or swimmer’s ear. Mild seborrheic dermatitis on the scalp may be the cause of dandruff.

  • Stasis dermatitis: a skin irritation on the lower legs, generally related to circulatory problems

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Symptoms of Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis

Symptoms vary from person to person and occur repeatedly. The most common signs of eczema are:

  • Dry, extremely itchy skin and rashes on the face, inside the elbows and behind the knees, and on the hands and feet - Itching is the most important symptom of eczema. It can lead to compulsive scratching, spreading any infection, and worsening the condition. Itching is a particular problem during sleep when conscious control of scratching is lost.

  • The appearance of very small blisters, at first oozing then dry and crusting 

  • Redness of the skin around the blisters

  • It may also affect the skin around the eyes, the eyelids, and the eyebrows and lashes. Scratching and rubbing the eye area can cause the skin to redden and swell. Some people with eczema develop an extra fold of skin under their eyes. Patchy loss of eyebrows and eyelashes may also result from scratching or rubbing.

  • Raw areas of the skin from scratching which may even lead to bleeding

  • Dry, leathery areas with more or less pigment than their normal skin tone (called lichenification)

Eczema in children under 2 years old generally begins on the cheeks, elbows, or knees. In adults, it tends to be located on the inside surfaces of the knees and elbows.

Lesions can cause scars ranging from small, depressed pits to large elevated blemishes, depending on the severity of the acne and the person's skin type

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Stages of Eczema

When eczema occurs during infancy and childhood, it affects each child differently in terms of both onset and severity of symptoms. In infants, atopic dermatitis typically begins around 6 to 12 weeks of age. It may first appear around the cheeks and chin as a patchy facial rash, which can progress to red, scaling, oozing skin. The skin may become infected. Once the infant becomes more mobile and begins crawling, exposed areas, such as the inner and outer parts of the arms and legs, may also be affected. An infant with eczema may be restless and irritable because of the itching and discomfort of the disease. The skin may improve by 18 months of age, although the infant has a greater than normal risk of developing dry skin or hand eczema later in life.

In childhood, the rash tends to occur behind the knees and inside the elbows; on the sides of the neck; around the mouth; and on the wrists, ankles, and hands. Often, the rash begins with papules that become hard and scaly when scratched. The skin around the lips may be inflamed, and constant licking of the area may lead to small, painful cracks in the skin around the mouth.

In some children, the disease goes into remission for a long time, only to come back at the onset of puberty when hormones, stress, and the use of irritating skin care products or cosmetics may cause the disease to flare.

Is it also possible for the disease to show up first in adulthood only?

Although a number of people who developed eczema as children also experience symptoms as adults, it is also possible for the disease to show up first in adulthood. The pattern in adults is similar to that seen in children; that is, the disease may be widespread or limited to only a few parts of the body. For example, only the hands or feet may be affected and become dry, itchy, red, and cracked. Sleep patterns and work performance may be affected, and long-term use of medications to treat the eczema may cause complications. Adults with eczema also have a predisposition toward irritant contact dermatitis, where the skin becomes red and inflamed from contact with detergents, wool, friction from clothing, or other potential irritants. It is more likely to occur in occupations involving frequent hand washing or exposure to chemicals. Some people develop a rash around their nipples. These localized symptoms are difficult to treat. Because adults may also develop cataracts, the doctor may recommend regular eye exams.

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Causes of Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis

The cause of eczema is not known, but the disease seems to result from a combination of genetic (hereditary) and environmental factors.

Children are more likely to develop this disorder if one or both parents have had it or have had allergic conditions like asthma or hay fever. While some people outgrow skin symptoms, approximately three-fourths of children with eczema go on to develop hay fever or asthma. Environmental factors can bring on symptoms of eczema at any time in individuals who have inherited the atopic disease trait.

Eczema is also associated with malfunction of the body's immune system: the system that recognizes and helps fight bacteria and viruses that invade the body. Scientists have found that people with Eczema have a low level of a cytokine (a protein) that is essential to the healthy function of the body's immune system and a high level of other cytokines that lead to allergic reactions. The immune system can become misguided and create inflammation in the skin even in the absence of a major infection. This can be viewed as a form of autoimmunity, where a body reacts against its own tissues.

In the past, doctors thought that eczema was caused by an emotional disorder. We now know that emotional factors, such as stress, can make the condition worse, but they do not cause the disease.

 

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Factors That Make Eczema Worse

Many factors or conditions can make symptoms of eczema worse, further triggering the already overactive immune system, aggravating the itch-scratch cycle, and increasing damage to the skin. These factors can be broken down into two main categories: irritants and allergens. Emotional factors and some infections and illnesses can also influence eczema.

Irritants are substances that directly affect the skin and, when present in high enough concentrations with long enough contact, cause the skin to become red and itchy or to burn. Allergens are substances from foods, plants, animals, or the air that inflame the skin because the immune system overreacts to the substance. Inflammation occurs even when the person is exposed to small amounts of the substance for a limited time.

Common Irritants

  • Frequent wetting and drying of the skin
  • Wool or synthetic fibers
  • Rough or poorly fitting clothing
  • Soaps and detergents
  • Some perfumes and cosmetics
  • Substances such as chlorine, mineral oil, or solvents
  • Dust or sand
  • Cigarette smoke

Common allergens

  • Allergens in the air, such as dust mites, pollens, molds, and dander from animal hair or skin
  • Foods may trigger or worsen eczema in some people. The most common allergenic (allergy-causing) foods are eggs, milk, peanuts, wheat, soy, garlic, onions and raw fish. Nickel containing foods such as apricots, chocolate, coffee, beer, tea, nuts etc. may also be the usual suspects.

Other initiators

    • Emotional factors - Interpersonal problems or major life changes, such as divorce, job changes, or the death of a loved one, can also make the disease worse
    • Skin infections – Mostly bacterial
    • Temperature and climate - low humidity of winter or the dry year-round climate of some geographic areas OR overheated indoor areas and long or hot baths and showers
    • Bathing without proper moisturizing afterwards
    • Alternately sweating and chilling can trigger a flare in some people

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Herbal & homeopathic remedies useful in Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis


Corticosteroid
creams and ointments have been used for many years to treat eczema and other autoimmune diseases affecting the skin. Sometimes the base used in certain brands of corticosteroid creams and ointments irritates the skin of a particular patient. Side effects of repeated or long-term use of topical corticosteroids can include thinning of the skin, infections, growth suppression (in children), and stretch marks on the skin.

When topical corticosteroids are not effective, the doctor may prescribe a systemic corticosteroid, which is taken by mouth or injected instead of being applied directly to the skin. An example of a commonly prescribed corticosteroid is prednisone. The side effects of systemic corticosteroids can include skin damage, thinned or weakened bones, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, infections, and cataracts.

In adults, drugs that suppress the immune system, such as cyclosporine, methotrexate, or azathioprine, may be prescribed to treat severe cases of eczema that have failed to respond to other forms of therapy. These drugs block the production of some immune cells and curb the action of others. The side effects of drugs like cyclosporine can include high blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, kidney problems, headaches, tingling or numbness, and a possible increased risk of cancer and infections. There is also a risk of relapse after the drug is stopped. Because of their toxic side effects, systemic corticosteroids and immunosuppressive drugs are used only in severe cases and then for as short a period of time as possible.

Natural and holistic treatments are a safer, gentler alternative to use without the harmful side effects or allergic reactions.

Best of all, you can use them as often as you like, for as long as you like. Herbal ingredients such as Vitamin E oil, Mentha pipererita oil, Bulbinella frutescens tr. and Aloe ferox tr. work quickly to soothe and promote healthy, trouble free skin. Other highly effective herbs include Glycorrhiza glabra, Melia azadirachta, Sambucus nigra and Stellaria media which help to provide relief from itching and discomfort and reduce eczema patches. In addition, Matricaria chamomilla, Asparathus linearis and Galium aparine also prevents infection and inflammation as well as reduces scarring.

 
These Herbal + Homeopathic Remedies (Dual-Modality Approach) Useful In Eczema can:

- Support skin health
- Maintain soft, healthy, trouble-free skin all over
- Soothe the skin
- Support skin immunity
- Support functioning, and membranes of cells in the skin
- Maintain problem-free and healthy skin
- Promote healthy cell renewal and routine shedding of old skin cells
- Maintain the body's water balance, keeping the skin fresh and hydrated
- Cleanse and purify the system, thereby promoting skin integrity
- Support lymphatic functioning and support the skin’s ability to purify itself            

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Helpful dietary habits in Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis


The importance of the link between eczema and allergies is still the substance of fierce debate. Apart from eggs, milk and other dairy produce, suspect foods include fish, shellfish, wheat, tomatoes, nuts, Soya products, yeast, certain additives histamine, salicylates, benzoates, and other compounds (such as aromatic compounds) found in fruits, vegetables, and spices. If you eliminate such foods completely from your diet for two weeks and the condition improves, it suggests that a food might be contributing to your problem. Reintroduce the ‘banned’ foods slowly, one by one, and if the eczema returns, you’ll know the culprit.

Some babies develop eczema, when their mothers stop breastfeeding and start to give formula milk, which may indicate intolerance to cow’s milk. Paying attention (even keeping a diary) to what you (or your child) eat and the effect it has on your skin (or your child's) may help you (or your child) avoid foods that provoke flares of eczema. Foods high in saturated fats (like meat and full fat dairy) and trans-fatty acids (such as fried foods and hydrogenated oils) may stimulate inflammation as might sugar and highly processed foods. On the other hand, fresh fruits (particularly dark berries) and vegetables, whole grains, and foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (such as nuts, flax, seeds, and cold-water fish) may reduce inflammation in those without sensitivities to these foods.

It has been reported that when heavy coffee drinkers with eczema avoided coffee, eczema symptoms improved. In this study, the reaction was to coffee, not caffeine, indicating that some people with eczema may be allergic to coffee. People with eczema who are using a hypoallergenic diet to investigate food allergies should avoid coffee as part of this trial.


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Some most effective home made remedies
  • Rub a nutmeg against a smooth stone slab with a little water and make a paste. Apply on affected parts.

  • Mix a paste of turmeric and neem leaves (1:1) in a little gingelly oil (sesame or til oil) and apply on affected parts.

  • Add one teaspoon camphor to one teaspoon sandalwood paste and apply on the affected parts.

  • Cabbage poultice – Wash, pound and warm fresh cabbage leaves, then use a bandage to hold several layers of them in place on the affected areas every morning and night.

Dos and don'ts (precautions) in Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis


There are two main goals in treating eczema: healing the skin and preventing flares. These may be assisted by developing skin care routines and avoiding substances that lead to skin irritation and trigger the immune system and the itch-scratch cycle. It is important for the patient and family members to note any changes in the skin's condition in response to treatment, and to be persistent in identifying the treatment that seems to work best.


Treating Eczema in Infants and Children

  • Give lukewarm baths.

  • Apply lubricant immediately following the bath. Beware, sometimes baby lotions can themselves pose a problem.

  • Keep child's fingernails filed short.

  • Select soft cotton fabrics when choosing clothing.

  • Keep the child cool; avoid situations where overheating occurs.

  • Learn to recognize skin infections and seek treatment promptly.

  • Attempt to distract the child with activities to keep him or her from scratching.

  • Identify and remove irritants and allergens.

Skin Care

Healing the skin and keeping it healthy are important to prevent further damage and enhance quality of life. Developing and sticking with a daily skin care routine is critical to preventing flares.

A lukewarm bath helps to cleanse and moisturize the skin without drying it excessively. Remember, the key is lukewarm – neither too hot nor too cold. Because soaps can be drying to the skin, a mild bar soap or nonsoap cleanser is generally recommended. Bath oils are not usually helpful. You may add colloidal oatmeal, such as Aveeno, to the bath. This finely ground oatmeal floats suspended in the water and is soothing to itchy skin.

After bathing, a person should air-dry the skin, or pat it dry gently (avoiding rubbing or brisk drying), and then apply a lubricant to seal in the water that has been absorbed into the skin during bathing. In addition to restoring the skin's moisture, lubrication increases the rate of healing and establishes a barrier against further drying and irritation. Lotions that have a high water or alcohol content evaporate more quickly, and alcohol may cause stinging. Therefore, they generally are not the best choice. Creams and ointments work better at healing the skin.

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Eczema and Quality of Life

Despite the symptoms caused by eczema, it is possible for people with the disorder to maintain a good quality of life. When a child has eczema, the entire family may be affected. It is helpful if families have additional support to help them cope with the stress and frustration associated with the disease. A child may be fussy and difficult and unable to keep from scratching and rubbing the skin. Distracting the child and providing activities that keep the hands busy are helpful but require much effort on the part of the parents or caregivers. Another issue families face is the social and emotional stress associated with changes in appearance caused by eczema. The child may face difficulty in school or with social relationships and may need additional support and encouragement from family members.

 

Climatotherapy - Climatotherapy is the use of sunlight and water (such as the ocean) as therapy. The Dead Sea in Israel is known for its healing properties, and many people with eczema go there to sit in the sun and swim in the water. Studies suggest that this is a successful treatment for eczema. One study looked at the experience of more than 1,500 people with eczema and found that 95% of skin was cleared in people who had previous stays at the Dead Sea and stays longer than 4 weeks.

Mind/Body Medicine - Flares of eczema are associated with anxiety and stress. Several studies have shown that relaxation techniques to reduce stress and anxiety can successfully decrease the number of occurrences and relieve symptoms of eczema. Biofeedback seems to be a particularly useful technique.

Hypnosis - Numerous trials have reported that hypnosis improves eczema in children and adults. A preliminary trial emphasizing relaxation, stress management, and direct suggestion in hypnosis showed reduced itching, scratching, and sleep disturbance, as well as reduced requirements for topical corticosteroids. All of the patients studied had been resistant to conventional treatment.

Natural herbal & homeopathic supplements & precautions for Eczema, dermatitis, Atopic Dermatitis. Wear cotton clothes as far as possible. They will provide you with much more comfort than polyester and wool, especially wool.

Other precautions

  • Ways to stop scratching

    • If the itchy area is somewhere far too accessible, such as the wrist or the back of the hand, cover it with a small dressing as a deterrent to scratching.

    • Some people scratch in their sleep. If you (or your child) wake up with scratched skin, put on thin cotton gloves (or even a pair of lightweight socks) at night.

    • Keep fingernails short to minimize the skin damage that results from constant scratching.

  • Limit exposure to allergens - Try to minimize exposure to house dust mites and pet dander. You can achieve this by keeping the house – especially children’s bedrooms – as dust free as possible. Use an allergy protective mattress and pillow covers, avoid soft furnishings and carpets whenever you can, keep pets out of bedrooms and launder bed linen in a hot wash (60°C or higher).

  • Use a dishwasher - If you don’t have a dishwasher, buy one. If you already have it, use it as much as possible to avoid contact with detergents and water. When you do wash up, wear flock-lined rubber gloves or wear rubber gloves over a pair of linen gloves. Avoid direct contact with latex, as it can cause allergic reactions and make eczema worse.

  • Moisten the air around you - Eczema is aggravated by dehumidified air, especially during winter months when forced-air heat circulates in the home. Keep the indoor air moist with a good, strong (high capacity) humidifier. Remember, humidifiers are like aircons – you really need a big unit to do anything. Additionally, you should keep in mind to avoid sudden temperature changes, which is harmful for your skin.

  • Use less of laundry chemicals - Keep your use of laundry chemicals to a minimum. Use a fragrance-free and dye-free detergent and avoid bleach, fabric softeners and tumble-dryer sheets. Additionally, give your clothes an extra rinse in the washing machine to remove all traces of detergent.

  • A thing about nickel - Nickel dermatitis is one of the most common contact dermatitis. It is usually triggered by ear piercing. Strangely enough, having the ears pierced can cause rashes to occur in other areas of the body whenever the person comes in contact with nickel-containing metal. Therefore, newly pierced ears should be studded only with steel posts until the earlobes heal (about three weeks). Your sweat also leaches out the nickel-plated jewelry – stay out of the heat if you are wearing this type of jewelry. Also, try to go for 24-carat gold as the nickel content increases with lower carat gold. You may also try to avoid nickel containing foods such as apricots, chocolate, coffee, beer, tea, nuts etc.

    Practicing good dietary regime & taking some precautions as discussed above, along with the mentioned herbal & homeopathic remedies can definitely provide you or your loved one with the long awaited & deserved relief from eczema flare ups.

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