Monday, 2 May 2011

Best Treatment For Eczema

Treatment for eczema are in all different forms. Cream and gel appication as well as surgery are some of the options. Whatever it is, sufferers are in pursuit for the most effective, even economical and reasonable  cure for the curse (which some people refer to as such). First things first, what is Eczema? Eczema is an enflammatory disease of the skin which is charateristic of red, scaly, dry, very itchy rashes. Sufferers may even see blistering and crusting of their skin. Some sufferers may try to cover the areas affected because it causes them and other people uncomfortable. The fact is, eczema can be very disfiguring.

Nowadays, with the advent of several medical breakthroughs, eczema sufferers have a variaty of treatmenst of their preference, depending on their afforability, belief or just their own options. One of the most effective way of treatment is to go natural. There are creams and gels that they can apply on affected areas. These are usually coming from herbal extract of chamomile and witch hazel. The findings of German scientist have been that these for of treatment will give positive results when used.

hydrocortisone can also be used to releive the terrible itching which sometimes can be so uncomfortable and needless to say, unbearable. Those with moderate to severe eczema can resort to another form of steroid free oinment known as Protopic.

Some prefer the most advanced medical eczema treatment procedure. Since recently, there has been a new form of treatment known as Phottherapy. This works the same as a tanning bed, only the lights are not making you as tan as Pamela Anderson but to zero in to attack the eczema. This procedure is done at around 3 to 4 times a week or depending on the need as per your doctor’s advice.


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