Can Ichthyosis Vulgaris be Cured with Homeopathy?

Dec. 10, 2020

Ichthyosis Vulgaris Treatment In Homeopathy

Ichthyosis originates from the Greek word "ichthys", meaning "fish". It is a skin disease in which dry, thickened scales or scales form on the skin, looking like fish scales.

The disease usually begins in early childhood and usually lives a long time.

1.Types of ichthyosis

The most common types of ichthyosis are:

Ichthyosis Vulgaris - Ichthyosis Vulgaris is common in most people. It accounts for about 95% of all cases of ichthyosis

Lamellar ichthyosis

Epidermolysis hyperkeratosis

X-linked ichthyosis.

2.Causes of ichthyosis

It is considered a genetic disease that is passed from parent to child or occurs spontaneously.

Using harsh soaps or detergents can dry out the skin and is known to cause ichthyosis.

Cold weather is also an important factor that can increase skin dryness and lead to ichthyosis.

Certain soaps or lotions containing certain scents or perfumes may also trigger the condition.

Acquired ichthyosis is not hereditary and occurs for the first time in adulthood. It is usually associated with a number of systemic diseases, such as active thyroid disease, sarcoidosis, lymphoma, generalized cancer or HIV. It can be caused by certain drugs (such as kava, niacin, and hydroxyurea).

3.Signs and symptoms of ichthyosis

Signs and symptoms may include the following:

Itchy skin.

Skin is dry, desquamate, and flaky.

Mild itching.

Body odor.

Thick scales and cracks.

Rough skin.

Overheating: Ichthyosis may interfere with normal temperature control by reducing the ability to sweat

Limited exercise: Dry, scaly skin can be painful in certain parts of the body

Secondary infection: Breaks and splits in the skin can lead to skin infections and sometimes infections throughout the body

Hearing or vision impairment: Too much skin may build up in the ear or eye, leading to partial deafness or blurred vision.

4.Diagnosis of ichthyosis

Congenital ichthyosis of the abdomen (stomach) Usually, the doctor can diagnose ichthyosis by examining the skin. A family history (if any) is useful. In some cases, a skin biopsy is needed to confirm this.

5.Treatment of ichthyosis

Ichthyosis can be treated, but not cured. These treatments are designed to relieve symptoms. Common treatments include moisturizing and exfoliating. This helps prevent dryness and reduces scaling, cracking, and skin buildup.

Routine treatment may include:

Use a moisturizer or ointment (such as vaseline, lanolin, or urea-containing preparations) after a bath or shower to help keep your skin hydrated.

Retinols are also used in some cases.

Sometimes exposure to sunlight can improve the condition.

If you have a skin infection or odor, take antibiotics immediately.

6.Ichthyosis Vulgaris treatment in homeopathy

The homeopathy of ichthyosis Vulgaris cannot cure ichthyosis. This is a lifelong condition that can be best managed or controlled with homeopathy. Homeopathy helps to slow the underlying disease activity of ichthyosis. Thyosis Vulgaris best homeopathic medicine may reduce skin dryness, descaling, cracking, thickness, and excess skin buildup. Homeopathy is recommended to see if it works in a given situation for about six months. If there is an improvement, it should continue; Otherwise, it may terminate.

Ichthyosis Vulgaris natural treatment

In addition to treating ichthyosis, most of those affected have learned to change their lifestyle and skincare procedures to ensure the condition does not worsen.

Avoid hot showers or showers, which can further dry your skin.

Please use warm or cold water when taking a bath.

Avoid soap that will further dry your skin.

Don't pat dry your skin with a towel.

Gently wipe the skin to improve skin moisture.

Skin Care Set

If possible, consider living in a temperate climate.

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