Eczema is a condition that results in inflammation, itch and roughness of skin. The number of people who are getting infected with this disease are increasing daily. Mainly this condition is found within children and most of the time it will improve while they move to adulthood.

The most easily notable symptom is a rash that typically appears on arms and behind knees. But it is possible to appear anywhere on the body. The interesting factor is that the symptoms change according to the age and severity of the condition. In general, dry and scaly skin, inflammation of skin and itching are considered the most common symptoms. In some people eczema rash may appear grey or brown.

Eczema is a name used to refer to a cluster of skin disorders with above mentioned symptoms. Some of the main branches are Atopic dermatitis, Contact dermatitis, Dyshidrotic eczema, Nummular eczema. We can differentiate each of them on the basis of symptoms and mode of triggering.

There are multiple reasons for the development of Eczema. A combination of immune system activation, environmental triggers and stress can contribute to the situation. Eczema which is observed in the early stages of childhood is common among people who are having a family history of the condition.

It is the duty of the immune system of our body to react to unnecessary particles. But the exaggerated reactions of the immune system can lead to allergic conditions like Eczema. Certain food items such as nuts and dairy can trigger symptoms of Eczema. People with Eczema were most likely to develop respiratory disorders like asthma and hay fever. In the midst of these threats, Ayurvedic therapies to cure eczema have become a topic of discussion.


Symptoms and causes of Eczema are multiple. Most of the time a hyperactive immune system is the main reason. For all the people who are struggling with Eczema, Ayurveda can provide relief. By conducting natural therapies without any side effects, Ayurveda can distant you from eczema.

In Ayurveda, the disease is described by the name “Vicharchika”. The reason for this condition is the imbalance of doshas. Eczema caused by each dosha differs in symptoms. Pitta predominant eczema causes oozing and burning. Vata eczema is dry and itchy while Kapha eczema is oozing but thicker and causes severe itching.

The administration of Panchakarma in Ayurveda along with abhyanga is very efficient in providing benefits to this condition. Therapies like Lepanam will address the eczema condition. Takradhara incorporated with abhyanga can improve this condition by maintaining a healthy immune system.

Your treatment method for eczema disease will be confirmed only after a detailed analysis of your dosha imbalance. With the complete cooperation of the patient in terms of diet and medications, Ayurlife can better your condition. As Ayurveda is a lifestyle treatment method, for enjoying the benefits in long run you will have to follow a healthy lifestyle even after leaving our clinic

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