For some people, their body skin invariably relates to beauty. This is why, they believe in keeping it well-maintained. However, it is equally essential to know that skin protects human body from any kind of external harm. Skin forms the largest organ in the human body and comes into direct contact with the external environment. Hence, it becomes quite necessary to maintain a healthy skin. According to the medical reports, there are list of Common Skin Diseases that people may come across. Some of them are enlisted below:
Skin Cancer is one of the common issues that people face in the ordinary life. It refers to a condition wherein cancer cells grow in the body in an uncontrolled nature. Medical research points out few factors such as excessive exposure to UV rays, family medical history, fair complexion and transplantation of organ to be the reason behind skin cancer.
Lupus is a skin disease which gets a strong control over the immune system of the body. It is an auto-immune disorder wherein the affected immune system begins the damaging of healthy organs such as kidneys, skin as well as blood vessels.
Measles, also known as rubeola, is a disease wherein the virus thrives in the cells alongside the lungs and throat. Few symptoms of this airborne disease include rash, fever, running nose and cough.
Acne is another common skin infection experienced by everyone. The tiny holes in the skin are called pores. When these pores get filled with bacteria, dirt or oil; pimples may develop on the skin. When the pimple continues to grow for a longer duration of time, it is known as acne.
Hemangioma which grows on the skin or other organs is another skin related issue. When the blood vessels in the body get accumulated abnormally inside the body noncancerous growths or implants begin to develop. Skin hemangioma is characterized by small or large scratches over the body. Some people happen to be born with this disease. In case of children most of the times hemangioma disappears when the child becomes ten years of age.
Cold sore is a disease that is caused by herpes simplex type 1 and herpes simplex type 2. In this disease, red colored blisters (filled with liquid) are formed generally on the fingers, face or inside the mouth. Visible cold sores are easy to detect as well as easy to catch. Usually people who suffer from cold sores experience a burning sensation on the lips or the face before the blisters appear.
Rosacea is characterized by small, red colored bumps filled with pus on the skin according to medical experts. This skin disorder is difficult to detect and so far has not found a cure. But the experts have found out few methods of treatment which can control the spread of rosacea. Generally this infection is seen on the nose, forehead as well as cheeks.
Seborrheic Eczema is a typical skin disease which arises either due to excessive oil content in the skin or due to malassezia, which is a type of yeast. It is difficult to treat and diagnose. If someone wants to keep this disease from occurring or spreading it is important to regularly check oily parts of the body. This is because seborrheic eczema generally appears around the ears, near the eyebrows, around the nose area, on the back or the upper portion of the chest.
Urticaria or hives is a condition of the skin wherein raised welts that cause itching are formed on the skin. It usually occurs on account of any allergic sensation in the body. It makes the body defensive and hence it reacts in the form of painful, red colored histamines in the blood.
Vitiligo is a condition of the skin where a person begins to lose his/ her skin colour. This loss of pigment generally occurs due to a fall in the count or volume of melanocytes, which produce melanin or skin pigment. In some cases, vitiligo spreads on the entire body while for the rest it may be partial or fewer parts of the body only.
Warts are a type of skin disease which exists for more than thousand years. It is characterized by raised bumps on the skin. It is caused due to human papilloma virus. These are quite ugly, painful and contagious in nature.
Most of the aforementioned skin diseases may not be easily traceable and hence, preventable. But, every individual can try to take complete care of their skin so as to avoid infections and diseases that are preventable in nature – making it difficult for them to become complex.
Source of Image: http://kupeev.com