Showing posts with label inflammatory. Show all posts
Showing posts with label inflammatory. Show all posts

Thursday, May 24, 2018

By Scott Humphrey

Acne scars affect millions of people and can be a source for a lot of frustration for teenagers and adults alike. Acne is something we all have to deal with during our teenage years, and sometimes through adulthood. Acne scars are caused by the inflammatory swelling of follicles in the dermis, which rupture and leave an indentation resulting in a scar.

There are varying treatments for this, from chemical peels to topical creams, and laser treatments. Fraxel is a non-ablative soft laser treatment that can be used on the face. Fraxel is mainly known for its use as an anti-aging treatment, but the laser is used to smooth skin and improve tone and texture.

Instead of one solid laser beam, the Fraxel laser is separated into multiple small segmented beams that can treat many areas in the same region at once. This is well suited for the treatment of acne scars as they usually occur in clusters on the face. The mini laser beams can treat these specific areas without affecting the surrounding areas.

The benefit of using this treatment is that it works to regenerate the collagen that is missing by penetrating and stimulating the underlying tissue. The procedure is done in the office of your cosmetic doctor and takes anywhere from 15 minutes up to a half hour. There is minimal discomfort involved and no downtime. You can go back to your regular daily activities as soon as you wish.

Finding the right treatment for your scars can only be determined by consultation with your dermatologist and cosmetic doctor. Fraxel offers an easy way to give you the skin that you want. Using topical treatments can also be a great supplement to the laser treatment, as it will continue to create a smoother skin tone and texture.

Many people also swear by all natural ingredients like cucumber masks, using olive oil, honey, and tomatoes to sooth inflammation and swelling. Of course there is no data to cite regarding these techniques, but it certainly can't hurt to use them as a supplemental as well. Natural cosmetic creams are a widely popular method to treat skin conditions these days, so there may be some real value in it. The only way to know for sure is to try it for yourself.

Fraxel laser treatments are a guaranteed method for improving your skin. If your acne scars are a serious issue for you, it is best to get a consultation and investigate the benefits of this laser skin treatment. Any other methods you choose to try might be better used as an addition to the laser.

BIO: Scott is a freelance writer on a variety of topics including Fraxel NYC treatments. When he is not writing he is hiking in the mountains of upstate New York.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Colds are often considered frivolous, it has received little attention and are often transferred to the legs. But the cold is not so harmless. When it often develop complications, the consequences of which may remain for a lifetime.

Development of a cold, or acute respiratory disease caused by viruses. Usually the disease is mild and for its treatment 2-3 days enough to lie down in bed, allowing the body to overcome the infection themselves and recover. If the health condition is not improving, more than three days of fever persists and join new symptoms should consult a doctor.

Risk of complications
Colds can cause bacterial infection accession and acute inflammation of the sinuses, middle ear, nose and throat with the development of angina. In these diseases, there is a feeling of pressure in the forehead or at the base of the nose, dull headache, sore throat when swallowing. complication of colds often becomes acute bronchitis. Acute bronchitis persists for a long time resistant dry cough, low-grade fever, shortness of breath possible. All of these diseases in the absence of treatment or lack of its effectiveness become chronic and acute in the future even with a slight supercooling. For colds often occurs exacerbation of existing chronic diseases, such as pyelonephritis and other diseases of the urinary system. The consequences of the common cold include lymphadenitis, prolonged asymptomatic low-grade fever.

Heart at risk
After a cold, flu or sore throat , especially in the absence of adequate treatment, complications can touch even the cardiovascular system, causing diseases such as myocarditis, pericarditis, exacerbation of hypertension and angina . So if you have marked at least one of the symptoms such as pain in the heart, arrhythmia or irregular heart rate or shortness of breath that occurred some time after the cold, do not delay a visit to the cardiologist.