Cellulitis (sel-u-LIE-tis) is a condition that can affect any part of the body and, if not treated, can become very serious.
Cellulitis is caused by bacteria or fungi entering through a crack or cut in the skin.
Skin will appear red, painful, swollen, hot, and tender to the touch the skin with or without oozing that spreads quickly along with fever, chills, and red streaking from the rash might be a sign of serious infection requiring medical attention.
Cellulitis is categorized as a skin infection that causes severe pain and initially presents as a swollen, discolored area that feels extremely hot and tender when touched. The condition that causes swelling and discoloration can spread quickly throughout the body.
On areas of light-colored skin, cellulitis appears red or pink, while on darker skin, it can be gray or purple, dark brown, or a combination of the two.
Cellulitis typically affects the lower legs and feet. Still, you should be aware that the infection can spread to any body part, including the face.
The infection spreads throughout the body via the bloodstream and lymph nodes and begins when the skin and underlying tissues become affected.
Cellulitis is a skin infection caused by bacteria. This condition falls under Visarpa and Vranasotha in Ayurvedic treatment of cellulitis.
Visarpa is a serious condition that quickly spreads to other body parts. Because it spreads throughout the body, it is referred to as Parisarpa.
The affected skin turns red and swollen. Due to its rapid spread, this disease is regarded as serious by modern medicine.
Cellulitis is considered a medical emergency. Urgent care may be required.
Signs and Symptoms of Cellulitis:
Cellulitis usually occurs on one side of the body. Its signs and symptoms may include:
- An irritated area of skin that tends to expand
- Skin dimpling
Causes of Cellulitis:
Cellulitis is caused by bacteria such as streptococcus and staphylococcus in an individual’s skin.
Through a hole or crack in the skin’s surface, these bacteria can get inside the person’s body.
When a person has skin injuries, this infection may affect them, and these skin injuries may include:
- Surgical wounds
- Cuts, and
- Insect bites
Management of Cellulitis in Ayurveda:
The Cellulitis Ayurvedic Treatment is based on the Tridosha Theory of Ayurveda, and the supplements used are mostly herbal and occasionally herbo-mineral.
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Author of the Blog: DR.RAJESH NASHINE
Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram
Co-Founder, Ayushakti Ayurved Pvt Ltd
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