What are the types of skin diseases? What does common dermatosis treatment have? How to prevent skin diseases


alopah Date:2021-08-17 16:20:08 From:alopah.com
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Skin is the largest and, in many ways, one of the most wonderful organs in our bodies. Consider this: Dead skin particles make up two-thirds of the dust found in our homes! Because skin can ‘hear’, ‘smell’ and ‘feel’, it can be a source of pleasure, but it can also be a breeding ground for nasty diseases and unusual conditions. Symptoms and severity of skin disorders vary widely, they can be temporary or permanent, and can be painless or painful, some skin conditions are mild, others can be life-threatening. When you are infected with a skin disease, you need to first determine what kind of skin disease you are suffering from, and then carry out the corresponding treatment according to the specific disease.

 

What kinds of skin diseases are there

 

Summer temperature is high and humid, more suitable for the growth of bacteria, this time is the official skin disease bacteria breeding season, especially careful. There are mainly the following kinds of skin diseases.

 

1,Fungal disease: common hand athlete’s foot, tinea body and tinea onychomycosis (nails).

 

2,Bacterial skin disease: erysipelas and leprosy are common.

 

3,Viral skin diseases: common chickenpox, flat wart and herpes.

 

4,Skin diseases caused by arthropods:such as scabies.

 

5,Sexually transmitted diseases: such as syphilis, gonorrhea and condyloma.

 

6,Allergic skin diseases: common contact dermatitis, eczema, urticaria and erythema multitype; Drug reactions, such as sulfonamides, penicillin and other allergic skin diseases.

 

7,Physical skin diseases: sunburn, polymorphic solar rash and corns are common.

 

8,Neurofunctional skin diseases: common skin diseases caused by pruritus, neurodermatitis and parasites.

 

9,Erythema papula scaly skin diseases: common psoriasis, psoriasis, pityrium simplex and pityrium rosus.

 

10,Connective tissue diseases: common lupus erythematosus, scleroderma and dermatomyositis.

 

11,Rash skin diseases: common herpes, herpes and palmatoplantar pustulosis.

 

12,pigment disorders skin diseases: the common chloasma, vitiligo, tattoo.

 

13,Skin diseases of sebum and sweat gland: acne, rosacea and stinky sweat are common.

 

What are the types of skin diseases?

 

1,Acne. Acne is one of the most common skin conditions and can take many forms:

 

(1) pustules. Pustules are common red papules that have pus at their tips.

 

(2) papules. Papules are raised redness caused by infected hair follicles.

 

(3) nodules. A nodule is a painful mass just below the surface of the skin.

 

(4) cysts. Cysts are typically large, painful, pus infected and located under the skin.

 

2, measles: urticaria from the normal layer of the skin from the itch welt. They can be caused by allergic reactions in the body or external factors such as stress, illness, or even tights. Urticaria is treated with antihistamines and prophylactic therapy.

 

3,Fungal nail infection: A condition in which fungus exists near, under, and around the nails, usually in the feet. The fungal buildup can cause the edges of the nail to crumble, causing white and yellow scaling and peeling on the nail surface. Treatment is usually an antifungal cream or other fungal treatment.

 

4,Manic skin disease: This is a psychological skin disease that causes a person to suffer an imaginary parasite attack. A skin disease is actually any skin disease caused by an animal parasite. It comes from the Greek words derma (skin), zoon (animal), and nosos (disease).

 

In her book dermatologist Yael Adler describes the case of a woman who complained to her about extreme itching. The woman tried a variety of different treatments, such as cortisone, antiparasitic drugs and skin creams, but nothing helped. She carried the crumbs and bugs from the little bottle to the bed and body. She was convinced that the itching was caused by these terrible things. However, these “scary things” turned out to be just crumbs made up of skin, cells and dirt particles.

 

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5,Perioral dermatitis: Another, more common name for this skin-related disease is “flight attendant’s disease.” In short, it’s caused by excessive makeup and excessive pore expansion. It’s no secret that flight attendants use lots of makeup and moisturizers to protect their skin from exposure to the dry air on a plane. Another reason may come from the use of creams based corticosteroids.

 

The disease appears as small, itchy spots filled with fluid instead of sebaceous fat that appear around the mouth (but the space around the lips remains clear), chin, eyelids, or nasolabial folds. This has increased recently, and is even more so because of high-definition television. Modern technology shows every nose hair, pore and wrinkle, so people involved in TV and film production cover their faces with a variety of cosmetics, most of which contain large amounts of silicone oil, which clogs pores and causes spots to appear. As a result, illness among flight attendants has spread to the lives of movie stars and TV presenters.

 

6,Hyperhidrosis: This is a condition in which a person sweats too much all over or on certain parts of the body. If you sweat too much during the night and wake up in wet pajamas, it’s vital that you see your doctor for a checkup. Some of the causes of this excessive sweating can be due to thyroid problems, diabetes, cancer, inflammatory processes, or infections. When a person sweats excessively all the time, their protective skin barrier is constantly highly moisturized, which creates the perfect breeding ground for bacterial production. Fresh sweat won’t smell. Bacteria get infected with viruses and start smelling bad. The first treatment your doctor recommends when treating hyperhidrosis is an antiperspirant containing aluminum chloride. They shrink the excretory ducts of sweat glands.

 

7,Trichotillomania: A particular form of hair loss (extreme of hair loss) called trichotillomania is caused by neurotic problems. People with the condition tear their hair until they are completely naked. Sometimes it happens in specific areas, so people might think it’s an inflammatory issue. But if you look closely, you can see that these areas have new short, healthy hair, meaning it’s associated with physical discomfort.

 

The disease does not cause hair to fall out naturally, but it does cause a person to shed hair. It’s better to consult a psychotherapist than a doctor.

 

8,Dysphoria: Fear is a powerful emotion, and so is stress. Sometimes the two factors combine and people get stress from their own fears. Their friends and relatives may not even realize the true nature of the fear because they live in the depths of their beloved soul.

 

A phobia is the fear of your own flaws. Oddly, beautiful people are more vulnerable to this state of mind. Such a person will obsess over any real or imaginary flaw in the body, skin or hair.

 

Constant stress is dangerous for the human organism because it puts additional stress on the cardiovascular system and mental health, as well as reducing libido. Be sure to help anyone you think is going through this unfortunate situation.

 

9,Skin disorders: “skin disorders,” which translates from French to “scratched blackheads,” are usually common among young women. Imagine stressful situations like passing an exam or falling in love. These are some of the stressors that can trigger this.

 

Being under a lot of stress can lead to readjusting the mental stress rather than by attacking others and treating them positively. Instead, the girls with the condition began to attack themselves. They can’t stop touching their faces. Each pore is attacked, and then healing is slow because they don’t have enough time. Girls end up with lots of small scars, scarring and red skin. Each wound left a brown spot.

 

10, rash: there are damp red spots, different shapes and sizes. They often occur suddenly, in batches, and then disappear a few hours later, with no trace, often repeated.

 

11, self-itching: can be accompanied by abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and chest tightness, palpitations, dyspnea, a few have fever, joint swelling, hypotension, shock, laryngeal edema asphyxia symptoms.

 

12, chicken pox: according to the clinical manifestations, belongs to the blister type. Prodromal period is short, not more than 24 hours namely rash. The rash begins on the trunk and spreads to the head, face, and limbs with a centripetal distribution.

 

At the beginning of the red tip size of the macula, after the rapid papules, a few hours after the mung bean size blister, can be oval, thin blister wall is easy to break, 2-3 days dry scab, scab and later, the course of 2 weeks. In pediatrics, the visible atypia are bullous varicella and neonatal varicella. Occasionally rare complications include chickenpox encephalitis, pneumonia, acute encephalopathy and so on.

 

13, dermatitis: is a common skin disease, skin peeling, peeling, thickening, discoloration, and itching when touched. It includes common summer dermatitis, hidden-pteris dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, solar dermatitis, drug dermatitis, contact dermatitis, hormone-dependent dermatitis, neurodermatitis and so on. Symptoms vary for different types of dermatitis.

 

What are the common skin disease treatment methods?

 

It is common to treat skin diseases with drugs, such as antihistamines, antibiotics, vitamin or steroid injections and targeted prescription drugs. Of course, not all skin conditions respond to treatment. Some conditions go away without treatment. People with permanent skin diseases often experience severe symptoms. Sometimes people are able to force an incurable disease into remission. However, most skin conditions re-emerge due to certain triggers, such as stress or illness.

 

How to prevent skin diseases?

 

1,Wash hands often with soap and warm water.

 

2,Avoid sharing food utensils and drinking glasses with others.

 

3,Avoid direct contact with the skin of other infected persons.

 

4,Do not share personal items such as blankets, hairbrushes, or swimsuits.

 

5,Choose your diet. Skin patient should eat fish, shrimp, crab and the like seafood, fast chili, ginger, garlic, green onion, strong tea, coffee, wine and other excitant food or drink, eat less animal fat. Need to increase nutrition can eat animal liver, lean meat, soy products and fresh vegetables, fruits and so on. If you do not pay attention to the choice of food, resulting in increased itching, repeated attacks, there will be a long-lasting phenomenon.

 

6, no friction. To avoid friction, if the clothing is too tight or the cloth is too hard, it will often friction and stimulate the skin, so that the skin disease is not easy to cure, but also may cause malignant changes in pigmented nevus.

 

7,Bathe properly. The skin is dry, the patient that does not bear irritant, had better wash with less water, do not use alkalescent big wash clothes soap. And sebum more patients or psoriasis patients can be appropriate more bath.

 

8,Avoid scratching. Constant scratching thickens and thickens the skin. The skin becomes thick but aggravates pruritus again, the result is scratched more and more itchy, scratch more and more itchy, make the disease is not cured for a long time. The skin that is scratched can become secondary to infection. Infectious soft wart, pustule, sore often because of the hand scratch and spread to the whole body expansion.

 

When dealing with any skin condition, it’s important not to take matters into your own hands. Because it is likely to worsen the skin disease if it is not handled properly. When you find that you may be infected with a skin disease, you should report the situation to your doctor in time. In addition, daily life can also be through some of the methods mentioned above to prevent skin diseases.

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