Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Scleroderma: Symptoms and treatment by Kyle Leon

Scleroderma



Scleroderma is an autoimmune disease characterized by stiffening of the skin and connective tissues. It is either localized or diffuse, accompanied by changes within the body.

Cause of scleroderma is a degeneration of the connective tissue protein called collagen. Fibrous degenerative changes may affect the lower third of the esophagus, colon, and lung tissue.

The first symptoms of scleroderma


Scleroderma is a disease of unknown in origin. It affects the skin and internal organs degenerative changes.

Scleroderma starts creeping - usually temperature and joint pain, then we picked skin changes. Fingers and toes, face, neck and upper limbs are first swollen, numb and then ultimately to skin atrophy.

The first has a waxy appearance, then gets shrunken - first on the eyelids and around the mouth. This has the face muscovite appearance. Sensitive skin can restrict the mobility of joints.

Treatment of scleroderma

The disease takes years in the acute stage is usually served medications called corticosteroids.

Meanwhile illness would be appropriate to try to use natural products such as ginseng capsules and natural vitamin E. To support the connective tissue is justified calcium and vitamins, including natural vitamin D3.

Kyle Leon

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