Did you know that Eczema affects about twenty percent of children and three percent of adults in America? Symptoms of Eczema vary for each person. For one person, it may be mild and for the next it may be so severe to the point that the rash will bleed from excess scratching. Dry and sensitive skin, intense itching, red and inflamed skin, and swelling are all symptoms of Eczema. The cause? Is relatively unknown.
All About Eczema
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Overall, eczema is a skin condition that affects nearly 31 million Americans. Eczema is a term used to define a number of skin diseases that usually result in a red and extremely itchy rash. The most common type of eczema is called atopic dermatitis which results in a swollen, red and itchy rash caused by inflammation. Other types of eczema include hand eczema, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, and nummular eczema.
The most common symptoms of eczema are mild to severe itching and a red and scaly rash. Some rashes may be discolored and slightly protruded. The cause of eczema is relatively unknown but most doctors believe it is passed down through genetics and is caused by environmental factors such as irritants, allergens, microbes, hot and cold temperatures, food, stress, and hormones.