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It is the most common skin condition characterized by pimples on the face , back upper chest . It occurs when the pores of the skin clogged with oil, dead skin or bacteria. In Ayurveda it is called Yuvaan Pidika. The Vata and Kapha caused distortion of the blood or Rakt dhatu causes excessive secretions of the gland and clogging. read more

Breast Development

Breast Development

Females with small breasts usually feels embarrassment and shy, but there is nothing biologically wrong if female have any other problems associated with the size. Sometimes Hormonal and other factors may cause underdeveloped breasts. If a female wants to have large breast size then Ayurveda has a right answer for small breasts. read more

Vagina Tightening

Vagina Tightening

Sexual activities are important for both men and women. Female partner also needs enjoy during intercourse, if vagina is loose then it is very difficult to get pleasure during sexual activities. read more

Ayurvedic Infertility Treatment

Infertility

Male infertility is a condition in which a male has inability to achieve pregnancy in a fertile female. Male infertility is commonly due to absence of the factors in semen that are necessary for the fertility . The diagnosis is made by the semen analysis. read more

Ayurvedic Hair Problem

Hair Problem

At any time, it may be normal for a person to lose as many as 50 hairs a day and these usually show up on a comb or brush or at the bottom of the bathtub or sink especially after washing your hair. Hair grows at 1 to 2 cm a month. read more

Ayurvedic Kidney Disorder Treatmnet

Kidney Disorder

Kidneys are vital organs that perform many functions to keep your blood clean and chemically balanced. The kidneys remove wastes and extra water from the blood to form urine. Urine flows from the kidneys to the bladder through the ureters. read more

Female Problems

Female Problems

Females with small breasts usually feels embarrassment and shy , but there is nothing biologically wrong if female have any other problems associated with the size. Sometimes Hormonal and other factors may cause underdeveloped breasts. read more

Male Problems

Male Problems

Although a man has a strong desire to perform sexual act with a cooperative partner, but he can't perform sexual act because of looseness (absence of erection) of his ling (penis). read more

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Skin Problems In Elders

SKIN PROBLEM IN ELDERS

Appearance and Texture Changes
The skin is constantly renewing itself. New cells are formed on the lower layer of skin, which slowly move upward. By the time they reach the surface of the skin, these cells are dead and are removed daily. With ageing, this process of cell renewal slows down. The "dead cell" layer remains longer on the surface of the skin giving the. skin a dull look. This skin feels rough and scaly.

The supporting structures and elasticity of the skin decreases with age. The skin sags and wrinkles appear.

Senile Purpura
The skin of an aged person is thinner and easily disrupted. Blood vessels, too, are easily disrupted, resulting in bruises called senile purpura. Senile purpura is commonly seen on the forearms. Its presence does not indicate vitamin deficiency or a bleeding disorder. The skin heals slowly following injury.

Xerosis/Asteatotic Eczema
The skin becomes dry and flakes easily as the oil contents of skin decreases with age. Dry skin becomes itchy. Sensations of dryness and tautness are common.

Dry skin has a rough and finely flaking or scaly surface. These are seen in the upper back and the limbs, especially the shins. Sometimes asteatotic eczema occurs in areas of dry skin. These are seen as poorly demarcated, scaly round red patches. Sometimes a distinctive appearance of red scaly fissures in an irregular netlike pattern resembling cracked porcelain is seen.

Skin Infections / Infestations

Bacterial Infection  
The fissures/cracks on dry skin predispose bacteria entry into the skin to cause superficial infection.

Scabies
It’s an infectious, very itchy skin infestation caused by a mite. The infestation spreads frequently among elderly living in crowded homes. Sometimes crusting and scaling can cover the whole body (Norwegian scabies).

Ringworm Infections  
The elderly often have ringworm infections of the nails and skin, especially on the feet. Ringworm infection of the nails will appear as discoloured and thickened nails. Ringworm infection of the feet might show redness and blisters in addition to scaling.

Pigmentary Changes
Brown spots that look like freckles are often seen. These are larger and more irregular than freckles. They are sometimes called senile freckles. They are the result of skin damage from the sunlight. If the freckles become larger or thicker or develop a crust you should consult a doctor. A skin cancer has to be excluded.

Blistering Disorders
The elderly can develop blistering disorders of different causes. A common blistering disorder is herpes zoster . which is a reactivation of the chickenpox that an individual had when young. This presents as a band of blisters on one side of the head or body or along one limb. It can be associated with severe pain.

Bullous Pemphigoid
Blistering problems can also be due to an immune disturbance. A common condition in this group of disorders is bullous pemphigoid , in which an individual develops many large blisters, arising from red or normal skin. This condition usually requires potent medications for suppression.

Seborrheic Keratosis

Non-Cancerous Skin Growths
The elderly can develop many benign skin growths of different types. These include seborrheic keratoses (which are rough, brownish-black spots), cherry angiomas (smooth reddish bumps) and sebaceous hyperplasia (yellow bumps consisting of oil glands).

Cancerous Skin Growths

Solar Keratosis
Those elderly persons who had extensive sun exposure earlier in their life might develop pre-cancerous skin growths called solar keratosis and skin cancers like basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas. Basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas most commonly appear on the face. They start as small bumps and gradually enlarge, until they ulcerate. They can be pink or black in colour. See your doctor if you have any enlarging skin growth or a non-healing sore.

Basal Cell Carcinoma
There are several types of skin cancers. The commonest is called basal cell carcinoma which appears as a small shiny growth with a central ulcer or depression. This is a slow growing cancer.

Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Another type of cancer is squamous cell carcinoma. They appear as red scaly patches or pinkish growths. Sometimes they can be very large and raised.

Cancerous moles are less common but they tend to spread quickly if not treated. They appear as moles with irregular borders, irregular colours and lopsided shapes.

If you are not sure whether the growths are skin cancers, see your doctor. All cancers must be removed.

Adverse Drug Reaction
As the elderly tend to be receiving multiple drugs for various medical problems, they are more likely to develop adverse reactions to drugs. The most common adverse reaction to drugs is seen in the skin, where it can present as red, itchy rashes or blisters. It is important that such rashes be recognised early so that the offending drug can be discontinued, thereby preventing the damage caused by the drug from becoming too serious. It is important to ,keep a record of the medications, prescribed or not, that you take. Be sure to bring all medications when you consult you-r doctor.

Stasis Dermatitis
Some elderly persons have poor blood circulation in the legs, leading to rashes around the ankles called stasis dermatitis. Untreated, this might lead to skin ulcers.

Special Precautions
The elderly require special skin care because their skin is thin and dry.
Care must be taken to prevent the skin from becoming too dry.
Hot baths should be avoided.
Avoid frequent bath/shower. Avoid soap or at most a mild soap should be used.
If the skin is dry, moisturizers should be applied on the skin after bath.
As the skin becomes dry, cracks appear. Bacteria enter the skin easily to cause skin infection.
Those who are bedridden need to avoid prolonged pressure on the ankles, heels and buttock. Too much pressure can tear the thin skin leading to bedsores.

AYUR SUDHA - INDIA

SUPER SPECIALITY AYURVEDA CENTRE

Our mission at Ayur Sudha is to develop the best world standards in Ayurveda practice and make them available to our patients. To identify the strength and limitation of Ayurveda Medical Science; explaining them to the patients. To practice highest standards of ethics and conduct in medical practice. Everything we do reflects our mission and the values. We value integrity, honesty, dedication, commitment and accountability.


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Dr. Amit Dutta


Dr. Amit Dutta  is the Director & Chief Ayurvedic Consultant of AYUR SUDHA- SUPER SPECIALITY AYURVEDA CENTRE -  belongs to a family of traditional Ayurvedic and Herbal Practitioners. He has vast knowledge of herbs and their applied clinical uses.

He is specialist in Ayurvedic Medicines and working as a Consultant Holistic , Herbal and Ayurvedic Practitioner.
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