Thursday, November 7, 2019

Skin Disease or Skin Problem

Vip technique

Why the skin is getting 'sick' 




Introduce to skin disease or skin problem  

Skin is one of the largest organs of our body both in terms of size and weight. But our attention to the health of the skin comes only when there is a change in it. Be it the spots, spots, signs of aging, or any skin disease.
             The truth is that our skin is magical. It has many functions. Apart from protecting the skin from many types of infections, we also protect ourselves from the sun's ultraviolet rays. Not only this, but the skin is also home to millions of bacteria and bacteria, which proves helpful in various physical activities.

What is enmity with cold skin
In winter, the oil glands under the skin are not active. Due to this, the natural oil produced in them does not reach the upper surface of the skin in sufficient quantity. Due to dryness, the beauty of the skin starts to deteriorate, so it needs to be maintained naturally. According to dermatologists, one should avoid using soap in winter and use feshwash, body wash, and shopper gel instead. Do not use Aromatic Aromatic Soaps and such products which have high chemical content. Use moisturizers and cold chemicals that can help with skin healing elements such as; Collagen, lactic acid, etc., so that the skin gets relief from the appearance.

Skin puzzle
Our skin is divided into three layers (epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous). The epidermis is the outer layer of skin, which comes in direct contact with dust, dirt, sunlight, and sunlight. This layer of skin changes to a new layer every 28 days. This process is more rapid in infants. The process of skin healing starts to slow down with aging. The second layer of skin, the dermis, contains blood vessels, which carry oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body and excrete waste materials from the body. The collagen that makes the skin flexible and the sweat glands that control body temperature are also in this layer of the skin. The third layer of skin, subcutaneous, consists of large blood vessels and veins. This layer of skin plays an important role in controlling body temperature.

Some major skin problems
In addition to local weather, pollution, humidity, swollen light, etc., our skin health also affects genetics. Not taking proper care of the skin or using the wrong beauty products also affects it. Some skin diseases are also infected. Come, know about some common skin diseases and ways to avoid them ...

(1) Psoriasis

Psoriasis


Sometimes the disease-resistant system of the body starts sending wrong messages and due to this, the cells of skin start growing rapidly. This causes red or white rashes on the skin. This skin disease is called psoriasis. This disease is more than cold. Although psoriasis problems are mainly seen in the elbow and knee area, it can also spread to other parts of the body. The relief is that the disease is not contagious. A sudden change in body or bad lifestyle is responsible for this.

Treatment of Psoriasis: To get rid of psoriasis, cleanse the skin every day with antibacterial soap and apply moisturizer there. It is better to take correct treatment after consulting a dermatologist. Light therapy along with drugs has to be resorted to if ignored for a long time.

(2) Acne

To keep the skin healthy, it is very important to have a connection between the pores and oil-producing organs. When the nightlight stops and the plexus stops in lack of care, the result is in the form of acne or pimples. About 60% of people suffer from acne. Acne is mainly on the face, chest, neck, back, and shoulders. These can be caused by fluctuating hormones, jeans, increasing moisture in the environment, excessive sweating and some medications.

Treatment of acne: To cure acne, wash the affected area two to three times a day with anti-bacterial face wash, apply moisturizer, do not rub the grains. If there is more acne, consult a dermatologist.

(3) Fungal Infection

Fungal infections can occur in air, soil, plant, water… anywhere. Skin fungal infection is a common disease and it is also possible to treat it immediately by consulting a doctor. However, the main problem with this infection is that it is not easy to eliminate the fungus from the root. Once it occurs, the likelihood of it happening again and again increases. Due to excessive use of OTC (over the counter) creams, the effects of these creams on most infections have stopped. Previously, where it was possible to control fungal infections by 100%, now 50% of infections return despite the fungal infection treatment. People with weak immunity, children, the elderly, as well as patients with AIDS, HIV, cancer, and diabetes are more prone to infection. Such people are at risk of fungal infections, who sweat excessively, work in places with high humidity, wear tight clothes or come in contact with people suffering from fungal infections. 

(4) Dyshidrotic eczema

Eczema is a long-term victim's disease. There are not only rashes in different parts of the skin, but it is also very itchy. Eczema is also called 'dermatitis'. In this disease, in addition to rashes and itching, the affected skin also starts thinning out. This disease is mainly responsible for genetics, direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight and extremely dry skin. Children of eczema in childhood have the possibility of getting the disease in adolescence and puberty when they are aging.

Treatment of Dyshidrotic Eczema: To get rid of eczema, it is very important to keep the skin clean and provide moisture to it. Keep in mind that your skin should never be dry. Follow the instructions given by the doctor.