If you do not know, there are the two disease called cellulite.
One (cosmetic) more often affects women; the second is the disease (cellulitis) is infection of the deep layers of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, according to the Health.
The disease is provoked by streptococcal bacteria and if left untreated, it can lead to danger to life.
In addition, bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, Hemophilus flu, and Clostridium perfringens can also lead to the development of infection.
Infection usually pierce the skin in places of scratches, wounds and lesions on the skin. Even a minor abrasion can result in the development of the disease.
Inflammatory cellulite usually affects the arms, legs, and feet. However, it can appear on other parts of the body.
The disease is accompanied by redness, pain, swelling and heat in places of infection. Higher chance of getting cellulite in the summer months as the heat can lead to anomalies on the skin.
If you suspect you have an inflammatory cellulitis, immediately consult a doctor.
Any person can get dangerous skin infection. However, there are certain conditions that put you at increased risk of developing cellulite:
A weak immune system
When the immune system weakens, the ability to control the infection is reduced, which may lead to the multiplication of harmful microorganisms.
People with cancer and AIDS, should take special precautions to maintain cleanliness of the skin.
If you have diabetes, there are two ways to get cellulite. The first is associated with the complications resulting from high glucose levels. Diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage) sometimes leads to loss of sensitivity, especially in the feet.
The second method of the disease: high blood sugar adversely affects the immune function, ensuring the prosperity of bacteria and other infectious microorganisms.
Athletes are also at risk. Sometimes, the workouts popping blisters, cracks or peeling of the skin.
Eczema also increases the likelihood of developing cellulitis.
In this case, the lymph fluid that transports an infectious white blood cells, accumulates in the feet and hands. The probability of disease inflammatory cellulite increases.
Lymphatic fluid is also fertile ground for the prosperity of bacteria.
Wounds and injuries
All of which leads to skin damage, e.g., a wound or abrasion, the skin allows bacteria to penetrate deeper into the tissues of the body. You should regularly wash cuts, scrapes, and also to monitor them for signs of infection.
Problems with the veins
In venous insufficiency the blood circulation in the legs.
This leads to the accumulation of blood in the legs. There is pain, swelling and in some serious cases, ulcers. All these injuries increase the likelihood that bacteria will penetrate deeper into the tissues of the limbs.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.