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Top Treatments for Eczema

Sunday, 09 February 2014 10:14 PM EST

Are you suffering from frequent rashes and dermatitis problems? These rashes could be recurrent. Eczema required remedies and treatment for a long-term cure without repeat rashes.
Eczema and dermatitis may most frequently occur in the skin of the arms and knees. There may be multiple episodes of rashes and flares throughout the year since eczema and dermatitis are chronic and may recur in the absence of proper remedies and treatments.
Eczema and dermatitis occur in people with sensitive skin and in ones who have inherited tendencies of malfunction of the body’s immune system that could cause the condition and rashes to worsen.
Remedies and Treatments to Prevent Rashes in Eczema and Dermatitis

Remedies and treatments for eczema and dermatitis depend on age, severity of rashes and other symptoms, medical history, presence of other diseases, and immune problems.
Physician may suggest a combination of treatments to permanently get rid of eczema, dermatitis, and rashes.
Avoiding soaps and other irritants. This is one of the easiest remedies that could be followed to control eczema and dermatitis.

Topical corticosteroids could be applied as ointments or taken as medication to control itching, rashes, and skin inflammation in eczema and dermatitis.

Barrier repair moisturizers are available as over-the-counter treatments for eczema and dermatitis and help in providing moisture to the skin, preventing dryness, itching, and rashes.

Skin ointments such as topical immunomodulators (pimecrolimus, tacrolimus) are recommended treatment to help in mild to moderate eczema

Immunosuppressant drugs (cyclosporine, methotrexate, mycophenolate mofetil) could be provided as injections, skin ointments, or pills for the treatment of severe eczema and dermatitis. They work by suppressing the body’s immune response and controlling inflammation. However, they have side effects such as increased blood pressure and kidney problems.

Antihistamine drugs may be prescribed as nighttime treatments to relieve itching for patients of eczema and dermatitis. These treatments usually have a sedative effect.

Systemic corticosteroid medications are suggested as remedies for severe eczema and dermatitis. These are immediate treatments for rashes with an almost immediate effect. However, these could have serious side effects including skin damage and bone loss. Therefore, these are used only for very short periods in eczema and dermatitis treatment.

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Do you have severe itching or dryness and rashes on the skin? Is your condition chronic or occurring frequently? Dermatitis and eczema are skin problems that require remedies and treatments to help you deal with rashes and skin itching.
Sunday, 09 February 2014 10:14 PM
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