Psoriasis and Eczema

Psoriasis is a chronic incurable skin disease. This disease can affect everyone. The exact reason for this is not known. In the case of psoriasis, the skin becomes inflamed first and redness appears in that area. At the same time small cocoons, which are slightly elevated above the skin. Gradually these can become larger. The cocoons are covered by a bright white dry scales like fish scales. When this fiber is rubbed, redness appears on the skin and juice may drip from it and there may be slight bleeding. The idea of ​​many, it is contagious. In fact, it is not a contagious, not even a bacterial disease. So there is no risk for anyone else. Does not cause any major physical problems.


The disease can occur anywhere on the skin. It can also appear on the nails without skin. The areas of the skin that are most affected are the elbows, the knees, the scalp, the middle area below the waist, and so on. However, it can occur on the skin anywhere on the body. If the disease is not treated in time, complications are created in some cases. For example, there may be pain in the joints of the hands and feet, which is called psoriatic arthropathy.


In addition, pus-filled granules may appear on the palms of the hands and feet, which is called pustular psoriasis. Reddish scaly psoriasis in the form of small granules, which can spread to the whole body, including the hands and feet, is called guttural psoriasis. Nail psoriasis can cause yellowing of the nails and small granular spots on the nails. The nails may become thick, and cracked spots may appear on the nails. There is also another complication of psoriasis called psoriatic erythroderma. This causes inflammation in the skin of the whole body and the skin becomes reddish. Dry fibers start falling from the whole body. When psoriasis occurs in the head, it is called scalp psoriasis. However, many people mistakenly think that it is a fungal skin disease (tinea capitis).


With treatment it is possible to eradicate it completely, it would not be fair to say. However, at present there are some medical methods that have some success. Eczema, on the other hand, is a type of allergic inflammation of the skin. Eczema can be caused by chemicals, proteins, germs, fungi, etc. Some eczema is hereditary. Such as atopic eczema, lichen simpe-x. However, no hereditary relationship has been found between contact eczema, scarias eczema, malnutrition and fungal eczema. Many people think that eczema causes asthma. This idea has no scientific basis. However, asthma is associated with atopic eczema. Patients with atopic eczema have been shown to have asthma. People with chronic eczema need treatment. So we have to be more aware without neglecting these issues.

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