Learn and get information on various types of eczema

Eczema, or Atopic Dermatitis, is a skin condition that affects approximately 30 million Americans and all others around the world. The disease is usually characterized by itchy, flaky, red skin developing patches on the entire body or the various body parts. Eczema is mostly found on the flexor part of the joint. Various types of eczema include varicose, atopic, discord, contact dermatitis. We provide information and discuss different types of eczema that affects population all around the world.

Is There any Connection Between Food Allergies and Eczema?

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Table of Contents Connection Between Eczema and Food Allergies What is Food Allergy? What are the Symptoms of Food Allergy? How food allergy is diagnosed? Foods to Avoid if you are a breastfeeding mother to a baby with Eczema List of Foods That Cause Allergies in adults and children How to Treat Food Allergies? Amazing […]

Eczema Tingling & Numbness Sensation on Feet and Hand


Eczema Tingling or numbness is an abnormal sensation that can occur anywhere in your body including hands, feet, neck, thighs, legs and more. It is a broad term that generally ranges from the harmless numbness when your limbs are too cold in winters to the harmful medical conditions that require an immediate medical attention. In […]

Seasonal Allergies – Save your Skin this Spring Season!

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Table of Contents  What are the symptoms of spring allergies? Spring Allergy Causes  Does Eczema get Worse in Spring?  So, what’s the connection between Spring allergy and eczema? Spring allergies season 11 Tips for Seasonal Allergy Treatment 5.1 Keep your garden clean 5.2 Stay inside when its too windy 5.3 Go for allergy-blockers/antihistamines Spring is […]

Stasis Dermatitis – It’s Symptoms, Causes and Treatment


Table of Contents What is Stasis Dermatitis? Signs and Symptoms of Chronic Venous Insufficiency Is venous insufficiency considered a disability? What are the Causes of Stasis Dermatitis? How is Stasis Dermatitis Diagnosed? How is Stasis Dermatitis Treated? Few Herbal Treatments to improve the skin condition What is Stasis Dermatitis? Source: https://www.gstatic.com/healthricherkp/pdf/stasis_dermatitis_en_IN.pdf Are you feeling weak? […]

Is it a Normal Itch-Scratch Cycle or Neurodermatitis?

Is it a normal Itch-Scratch Cycle or Neurodermatitis?

Table of Contents What is Neurodermatitis (lichen simplex chronicus)? Neurodermatitis Symptoms The most prominent neurodermatitis symptoms include Causes of Neurodermatitis Risk factors and Complications Associated with Neurodermatitis Medical Intervention Neurodermatitis Treatment What is Neurodermatitis (lichen simplex chronicus)? Lichen simplex chronicus or neurodermatitis is a form of eczema that is characterized by severe itching and scratching. It […]

Winter Eczema : How to Prevent Eczema Flare-ups in Winter?

Winter Eczema How to Prevent Eczema Flare-ups in Winter

The month of December calls for a holiday season in most parts of the world. Winter season  is a great time for adventure-seeking travelers to check out various spots. It’s a  time for snow sports, snowmen, getting cozy in turtleneck sweaters and much more. Why Does Eczema Get Worse in the Winter?. Can eczema flare […]

Eczema Molluscatum – The Rare Viral Infection


 Table of Contents What is eczema? What is Eczema Molluscatum? What Is Molluscum Contagiosum? What Are the Symptoms of Molluscum Contagiosum? Who are at risk of getting Molluscum Contagiosum? How are Molluscum Contagiosum and Eczema related to each other? How to Treat Eczema Molluscum Contagiosum (EM)? What is eczema? Eczema Or (Atopic Dermatitis) is a […]

Delayed Food Allergy – Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment


Delayed Food Allergy It is often very difficult to recognize symptoms of delayed food allergies.  Normal test reports do not present  food as the causative agent behind the occurring symptoms. Food allergy is more commonly tested by checking the count of immunoglobulin E (IgE) in the bloodstream via skin prick or radioallergosorbent (RAST) serum testing. […]