Atopic dermatitis on the legs
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Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. It is common in children but can occur at any age. Atopic dermatitis is long-lasting (chronic) and tends to blink regularly. It can be accompanied by asthma or hay fever.Atopic dermatitis (eczema) Treatment Khammam
- No cure has been found for atopic dermatitis. However, treatments and self-care measures can relieve the itching and prevent further flare-ups. For example, avoid harsh soaps, regularly moisturize your skin, and apply medicated creams or ointments.
Atopic dermatitis of the chest
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The signs and symptoms of atopic dermatitis (eczema) vary widely from person to person and include:
- Dry skin
- Itching, which can be severe, especially at night
- Red to brownish-gray spots, especially on the hands, feet, ankles, wrists, neck, upper chest, eyelids, elbows and knees, and in babies on the face and scalp
- Small raised bumps that allow liquid and crust to leak out if scratched
- Thickened, cracked, and flaky skin
- Raw, sensitive and puffy skin from scratches
Healthy skin helps retain moisture and protects you from bacteria, irritants and allergens. Eczema is linked to a genetic variation that affects the skin’s ability to provide this protection. As a result, your skin can be affected by environmental factors, irritants, and allergens.Atopic dermatitis (eczema) Treatment Khammam
- In some children, food allergies can play a role in causing eczema.
The main risk factor for atopic dermatitis is a personal or family history of eczema, allergies, hay fever, or asthma.
The following tips can help prevent dermatitis (flare-ups) and minimize the drying effects of the bath:
- Moisturize your skin at least twice a day. Creams, ointments and lotions retain moisture. Pick one or more products that work well for you. Using petroleum jelly on your baby’s skin can help prevent atopic dermatitis from developing.
Try to identify and avoid the triggers that make the situation worse. Things that can make the skin reaction worse include sweat, stress, obesity, soaps, detergents, dust, and pollen. Reduce your exposure to your triggers.
- Infants and children can get torches by eating certain foods like eggs, milk, soybeans, and wheat. Talk to your child’s doctor to determine any possible food allergies.
- Take shorter baths or showers. Limit your baths and showers to 10 to 15 minutes. And use lukewarm water instead of hot water.Atopic dermatitis (eczema) Treatment Khammam