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Are you looking for best Eczema treatment in Australia? You are in the right place. Morkare Natural clinic is one of the leading natural therapy clinics in Australia to design a holistic natural treatment for eczema in newborns, children and adults.

Are you looking for the best Eczema treatment in Australia? 

You are in the right place. Morkare Natural Clinic is one of the leading natural therapy clinics in Australia to design a holistic natural treatment for eczema in newborns, children, and adults.

Eczema is a common skin condition affecting over 40% of the Australian population. 1 in 4 children in Australia is said to develop eczema before the age of 2 years. According to the National eczema Association, 10% of the population will develop this condition in their lifetime. 
Common symptoms of eczema include:
  • Itch
  • Red skin
  • Flaking of skin
  • Oozing discharge from scratching
  • Blood oozing from the skin, especially after scratching
  • Discomfort 
  • Heat on the skin
  • Depigmentation on the skin in patches
  • Patchy pigmentation all over the body
Most people with eczema may have other allergy symptoms, such as:
  • Asthma
  • Hay fever
No two people with eczema are the same. Our duty at Morkare Natural Clinic is to identify the type and underlying cause(s) of eczema and design a tailored treatment protocol to suit the patient’s needs, age, and sensitivity.
There are 8 various types of Eczema 
  1. Atopic dermatitis
  2. Contact dermatitis
  3. Dyshidrotic eczema
  4. Seborrheic dermatitis
  5. Neurodermatitis
  6. Stasis Dermatitis
  7. Hand eczema
  8. Nummular eczema
  1. Atopic dermatitis is the most common form of eczema seen in childhood. This condition is usually accompanied by other allergy symptoms such as hay fever, asthma, etc. The location of the rash is very typical, such as:
  • Folds of the skin
  • Creases of elbows or knees
Other symptoms of atopic dermatitis include:
  • Small Bumps on the skin
  • Fluid may ooze on scratching
  • Discoloration in areas that are affected
  • Babies may get this rash on the cheeks and scalp
  • Skin can be super itchy, causing distress, especially in sleep

2. Contact dermatitis is the second most common type of eczema. As the name suggests, it appears in areas of contact such as:
  • palms
  • fingers
  • face
  • other areas of skin contact with the allergen or toxin
This can be caused by:
  • An allergen such as soaps, perfumes or detergents 
  • Toxins such as chemicals, poisonous plants, venomous bites, tobacco smoke, and fumes
Symptoms of contact dermatitis include:
  • Itchy Skin
  • Hives and welts
  • Fluid-filled blisters
  • Over a period of time, the skin may feel leathery and scaly to the touch.

3. Dyshidrotic eczema
This condition is more commonly seen in women than men in Australia. It usually appears on 
  • the palms of the hands 
  • and soles of the feet. 
  • fingers and toes
Symptoms include:
  • Small blisters may appear on fingers, toes, palms, and feet
  • Affected skin can be very itchy and painful
  • Skin can appear scaly, flaky, and cracked

4. Seborrheic dermatitis
Seborrheic dermatitis is a type of eczema also called cradle cap. It is often seen in newborns, infants, and children but can also appear later in life. The sebaceous gland produces oil in the body. Seborrheic dermatitis affects areas of the skin where the body produces oil, such as:
  • Hairline
  • Scalp
  • Upper back
  • Nose
  • Groin
  • Armpits
  • Under breast
Skin in seborrheic dermatitis appears 
  • Flakey-like Dandruff on the scalp, hairline, and face
  • Yellow scales on top of oily skin on scalp and hairline, armpits, and groin
  • White flakes all over the body, especially in oil-producing areas, the face, and the hairline.
  • People with darker skin may notice areas looking darker in pigmentation, and flakes may also appear darker.
Seborrheic dermatitis is commonly seen in newborns, infants, and adults.
This type of eczema in adults is worse in the summer months.
There could be many triggers and causes of this type of eczema—seborrheic dermatitis.
In infants and newborns, the causes and triggers could be:
  • Infection to the mother during pregnancy
  • Infection and antibiotic treatment just after birth
  • Poor gut microbiome of moms and newborns
  • Poor nutrition of the mother during and after pregnancy
  • Poor nutrition of the mother post-delivery
  • Stress in breastfeeding moms.
In teenagers and adults, the causes and triggers could be:
  • Yeast Infection
  • Infection and constant use of harsh chemical medications
  • Poor gut microbiome 
  • Poor nutrition 
  • Stress
  • Poor Lifestyle
  • Poor hygiene
  • Poor Immunity 
  • Chronic diseases such as Parkinsons, HIV, etc
  • Hormonal changes in the body such as menopause, puberty, post-pregnancy, pregnancy

5. Neurodermatitis
Similar to atopic dermatitis, the skin appears:
  • Thick, Scaly, Patchy on legs, arms, back of neck, scalp, the bottom of feet, back of hands, and/or genitals
  • The patches can be itchy, especially at night when the person is relaxed or asleep. Hence, this type of eczema can affect the quality of sleep and mood.
  • The patches can be very itchy, and a person can scratch until they bleed, especially when sleeping. The patches can develop secondary infections
It is hard to determine the exact cause of this dermatitis, except that the biggest trigger is stress and the nervous system. It’s commonly seen in people 
  • who are highly strung and uptight
  • highly anxious or depressed
  • been through trauma or shock
  • working in high-stress environment
  • who are high achievers
  • who have adrenal fatigue or adrenal burnout
  • who run on constant fight-flight response
  • people who may have had other types of eczema as children
  • people who may have other skin conditions like Psoriasis

6. Stasis dermatitis
Stasis means a stoppage in flow. This dermatitis is caused by a stoppage of the flow of blood in affected areas. This type of eczema is characterised by fluid discharge. The fluid leaks from weak veins in the body. Hence, it is commonly seen in people with varicose veins. The valves in veins malfunction, causing blood stagnation.
The fluid can cause:
  • Inflammation
  • Swelling
  • Redness
  • Itching
  • Pain
  • brown and purple discolorations
Symptoms include:
  • Skin over varicose veins appears dry and itchy
  • Legs may feel heavy and can ache
  • Thick varicose veins in legs that appear thick and damaged
  • Sores on the legs affected by varicose veins
  • Swelling on the legs
Poor blood flow problems in the lower legs cause stasis dermatitis.

7. Hand Eczema 
This type of eczema is similar to contact dermatitis but only appears on the palms and hands.
This type of eczema is commonly seen in people dealing with hand exposure to chemical irritants in professions such as 
  • Hairdressers
  • Cleaners
  • healthcare professionals
  1. Hand appears red, hyperpigmented, itchy, dry, and scaly
  2. Cracks and blisters appear on the palms

8. Nummular eczema:
The word is nummular is a Latin word that means “coin”. Hence, Nummular eczema is identified by
  • Small, round, coin-shaped spots on the skin
  • it is easy to differentiate it from other types of eczema as it has defined margins
  • Can be itchy and become scaly
Causes and triggers:
  • Allergic reaction to insect bites
  • Allergic reaction to metals
  • Allergic reaction to toxins

There are a number of ways our natural health therapist team at Morkare Natural Clinic have helped people with eczema:

1. Treat the underlying cause: if the eczema is triggered by a bacterial or yeast infection, our best naturopath and best homeopath can provide homeopathic and herbal supplements to support immune system and treat infection.

2. Lifestyle Guidance:  By providing advice on diet, exercise, and stress management, our naturopaths and nutritionist can support the immune system and  nervous system in a holistic manner. This can provide long term relief by optimizing the body and working on both mind and body healing.
3. Nutritional Supplements and Dietary Recommendations: Recommend vitamins and minerals that have been proven affective in healing chronic conditions such as eczema.Improving the Gut microbiome have shown great results in healing all types of eczema.

4. Homeopathic Remedies: Morkare boasts on providing highest quality homeopathy remedies for newborns, infants, and children. The homeopathy remedy suits people of all ages and sensitive constitutions. The Homeopathy medicine can help with improving gut microbiome, reduce itch, heal the rash, fight infection, reduce histamine sensitivity and boost immune system. Our team of homoeopaths at Morkare  may offer individualised treatments tailored to your specific symptoms too if needed. We also stock the Naturepathics Homeopathy range thats known to help many people with many conditions worldwide.

5. Mind-Body Techniques: We encourage mindful practices to reduce stress and promote emotional well-being.

We highly recommend consulting with our highly  qualified natural health practitioners team at Morkare for a personalised guidance. No matter what type of eczema you have, please let our team design a treatment protocol that is natural, holistic, works with your conventional treatment if needed and that promotes better quality life. 

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