Classify Eczema

Eczema is a type of chronic skin disease, inflamed areas in which your skin can be itchy and painful.
While doctors have yet to unlock the deep secrets regarding the reasons behind eczema, they have plenty of good information that can help calm eczema flare-ups and prevent future ones.
Before you can begin to treat eczema, but you need to know which kind you have.
Though your skin is one large organ, different areas of your body may acquire eczema, and each one can be different from another.
It important for you to know what type your eczema is classified and where they are found, before you start treatment.
Having all the information possible can help you get the most out of your treatments and free you as much as possible from the annoyances of eczema.
Adult Seborrheic Eczema.
If you are between 20 and 40, you can become affected by this type of eczema.
Some specialists that can be caused by yeast.
It can begin as mild dandruff, but can spread to other areas such as your face, chest, or ears.
Find your skin becomes red, inflamed, flakey, and you can also patches of skin that are scaly, and yellow.
You may have also heard this type referred to as seborrheic dermatitis.
Varicose eczema.
If your legs have poor circulation, you could acquire this form of eczema.
Later in life you find areas of itching and inflammation on the lower legs and ankles, mottled appear.
It has also been referred to as stasis eczema.
Discoid eczema.
Found in adults, this form of eczema has also been called nummular eczema or gravitational eczema.
The patch of skin that can occur almost anywhere on the body, but usually on the trunk and legs.
It appears in disc-shaped itchy spots that can potentially exude fluid.
Dyshidrotic Eczema.
This form appears on the hands, fingers, and feet and will arise as blisters that are particularly itchy.
Although the cause is unknown, there is some speculation about a variety of reasons, and it is believed that stress aggravated the condition still helps.
It can become more serious and lead to fluid seepage and cracking in the skin.
Contact Dermatitis.
Dry flaky and itchy areas can appear due to constant contact with items that continuously irritate your skin or if you happen to be allergic to the item.
Chemicals and latex are two possible allergens influence, people can.
Avoiding prolonged contact with items that bother your skin can help you recover from this form of eczema.
Light Sensitive Eczema.
This is a rare form of eczema that affects a person’s hands, arms, and face.
Although by sunlight, some products such as soaps, creams caused, and drugs can act as catalysts for performances eczema in the light of the sun.

Juvenile Plantar Eczema.
A form that is more common in men by constant irritation to his feet by shoes that do not fit properly cause.
You may find that the sole of your foot has become sore, red, feels hot, and has a glazed appearance to it.
Run make sure the shoe, your feet do not help on the inside of the shoe, to resolve all problems, wear cotton socks to prevent further rubbing and, if necessary, make ointments or other soothing on the feet.

Eczema Craquele.
People who are older, tend to develop this form of eczema, because their skin is thinner and more susceptible to dehydration.
It is also known as asteatotic eczema and creates large itchy scales on the skin, sometimes produced because of lingering soap from a shower or bath.
Eczema herpeticum.
When a person already has a form of eczema and he or she becomes infected with the herpes simplex virus, they can develop eczema herpeticum.
Small groups of blisters or ulcers on the skin and can occur anywhere on the body.
If left untreated and allowed to spread, this form of eczema can become fatal.
Atopic Dermatitis.
This is the most common form of eczema and believed to be caused by allergens and other various skin irritants.
It can be hereditary and to children and adults and appears as itchy, scaly patches of skin that are inflamed, red and scratching too often can cause the leakage of fluid.

Remember, it is important for you to completely understand your particular form of eczema in order to give yourself the best treatment.
The more you know, the closer you are to the clear direction for the problems of today and tomorrow.


Many skin conditions are considered a type of eczema. Atopic dermatitis is one type. Other types include hand dermatitis, nummular dermatitis, and seborrheic dermatitis. Dandruff is a mild type of seborrheic dermatitis. Diaper rash and the rash that many people get after coming into contact with poison ivy are other types of eczema.
Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis


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