Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Dyshidrotic Eczema Treatment – No Cure Only Relief

Since there is no cure yet for the condition of dyshidrotic eczema, there is however dyshidrotic eczema treatment available to relieve the itchiness, burning sensation and pain.

There is no dyshidrotic eczema treatment to stop the blisters from forming or to stop the oozing of fluids from them yet, as the dyshidrotic eczema causes is still unknown. For those who live with this condition it is important to let other people know that it is not contagious, however gross it looks.

Sympathy For Sufferers

For those who suffer from this skin condition, the dyshidrotic eczema treatment would come in the form of either taking antihistamines, which who knows could also be another added cause to the pain and itchiness, or in creams which only can alleviate the itchiness.

The dyshidrotic eczema treatment will not dry the weeping blisters out, it will not heal the cracks as only time can do this, but with the constant use of dyshidrotic eczema treatment and by wearing gloves that hopefully don’t irritate or worsen the condition, a little bit more work can be done.

It does seem ironic with all the creams on the hands, them being in protective gloves with latex outsides may keep them moist with sweat for longer, making the healing process also take longer.

Once again the powder used in these protective gloves could also add to the itchiness, making the problem worse again. Besides antihistamines, steroid ointments with cortisone are prescribed to heal the skin and lessen the itchiness, it seems the list for dyshidrotic eczema treatment is very short.

In Search Of The Cause

Since there could be a million and one things on this planet that could be the cause from the weather, as it does seem in some cases that this is a seasonal condition. The other causes could be from materials used, dust, detergents, stress, personal toiletries, smoking too, you name it, it could be anything. How do you avoid the cause for this condition, and how long do you think it would take for you to try and find which one thing is the main cause?

You could just as well put yourself in a bubble and hope and pray that it is not oxygen itself that is the cause for your condition, or the smell or material used to make the bubble itself.

The only things left to eliminate would be what you are wearing or what you are consuming then. Research still continues with this mystery of a skin disease or disorder or condition, and hopefully soon a permanent cure will be found for those who suffer all day long with this condition.

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