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What are different homeopathic remedies for seborrhoeic dermatitis?

Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disorder. It causes:
– Scaly
– Itchy
– Red skin on the scalp, face, upper chest, back and other oily areas in the body.
• The sebaceous glands are present everywhere in our skin.
• They are not present on the palms and soles.
• These glands secrete an oily substance called sebum.
• It consists of fat and dead fat-producing cells.
• This condition leads to an increased production of sebum.

Symptoms of Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

• Patchy scaling scalp
• Thick crusts on scalp
Plaques may include the:
– Scalp
– Eyebrows
– Nose
– Forehead
– Ears
• It affects breastbone.
• It affects groin area and armpits.
• Scales may be white or yellowish.
• Scales attach themselves to the body of the hair.
• Greasy, red skin
• white or yellowish, flaky scales
• Skin flakes or dandruff
• Small red-brown bumps on skin
• Itch or soreness
• Hair loss
• Repeated inflammations of the sebaceous gland
• In infants it is called ‘cradle cap’.

Causes of Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

• Over production of skin oil
• Irritation from malessizia
• Affection of a close family member
• Obesity
• Oily skin
• Stress
• Fatigue
• Infrequent shampooing
• Use of hair-care products containing alcohol
• Skin disorders like acne
• HIV infections

Homeopathic treatment for Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

Common medicines come in the form of shampoos medicated with one or more of the following:
• Ketoconazoles
• Salicyclic acid
• Tar
• Pyrithrione zinc
• Selenium sulfides
Non-scalp Dermatitis
• Anti-fungal applications
• Corticosteroid applications
• Ointments of ketoconazole and desonide
• Immune-modulators having anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties
Alternative treatments include:
• Topical zinc and/or lithium,
• Essential fatty acids, and
• Various B-vitamins.

Things to remember:
• Shampoo daily
• Avoid harsh soaps and detergents.
• Be sure to rinse the soap completely off your body.
• Wear smooth-textured cotton clothing.
• This will help to avoid irritation.
• Avoid too much of scratching.

There are following remedies which are helpful in the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis:
• Arsenic Album
• Vinca minor
• Ammonium Mur
• Thuja
• Sulphur
• Mezerium
• Merc Sol
• Graphites
• Bryonia Alba
• Psorinum

Homeopathy Dosage Directions

For self treatment or treatment at home:
A lower potency of the following can be used:
• 6X
• 6C
• 12X
• 12C
• 30X
• 30C
• The instructions of usage are usually available on the label of the box that you have brought.
• Do read it properly and effectively use the remedy.

Several homeopathic physicians recommend the usage of the remedies be used as follows:
• Take one dose
• Wait for a response
• If improvement is seen, it is best to wait for the remedy to work.
• If improvement lags then another dose can be taken.
• The frequency of dosage differs with the condition.
• It also differs from individual to individual.
• A dose may be needed several times an hour in some cases.
• In other cases, a dose may be needed several times a day.
• In some other cases, one dose per day can be said to be enough.
• If there is no response then after waiting for some time, it is best to switch to another remedy.
• Follow the same as above with the other one.

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