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How To Treat Chronic Allergic Eczema

How To Treat Chronic Allergic EczemaEczema,particularly chronic, can not get a fully cure after the mostly through a month after month and year after year , patients often lose confidence on treat it. In fact, allergic eczema is not "incurable" disease because the disease causes are complex, and its difficult to treat.

Patients with atopic eczema should be treated immediately, and patients need to build confidence during in healing, as far as possible to avoid all kinds of suspicious risk factors, such as hot water, laundry, use soap, scratch forcibly grasping and improper use of drugs such as. Their daily lives need to pay attention to avoid mental stress, overwork, food does not eat chili, fish, shrimp, crab, or strong tea, coffee and wine, clothing should not be with silk, wool and chemical fiber etc. products, usually maintain defecate unobstructed, sleep enough winter skin clean and moist. These can reduce the recurrence of eczema.

Eczema is a common allergic skin disease. With diversity rash , and with symmetrical distribution, with severe itching and repeated attacks, is characterized by easily evolve into chronic. It can occur at any age, any part of any season, but often occurs in winter, it cause the recurrence or aggravation situation. Atopic eczema clinical symptoms are various, depend on the pathogenesis of lesions showed, it can be divided into acute, subacute and chronic three type. Acute eczema of the damage of the polymorphism, the initial erythema, burning, itching. Following the erythema appeared scattered or dense papules or vesicles, scratching or friction, scratch broken and the formation of erosion and infiltration surface. How is allergic eczema treated? A long period of time or after the treatment of acute inflammation, reduce the skin dry, crusted, scaling, and in sub acute stage. Chronic eczema is acute, sub acute recurrent healing evolution to, or it shows the chronic inflammationin at the beginning , it often characterized by limitations in a same part of prolonged healing , for the skin gradually thickening, skin wrinkles deepen, infiltration, pigment deposition.The main symptoms of allergic eczema is severe itching. Eczema, although the above common clinical manifestations, but different parts of the eczema, the skin lesions have a certain difference. If the external canal eczema complicated with fungal infection, breast eczema is common in lactating women, often chapped with pain. The anus and scrotum eczema often due to scratching, hot water washing and acute swelling or erosion. Leg eczema often caused by ulcer healing is not easy, etc..

Allergic eczema notes

How to treat allergic eczema? No matter which part of the body is suffering from allergic eczema, because of intense itching will bring great pain to patients, and even affect the normal work and life.

(1) Patients should pay attention to the problem,which is try to avoid the local stimulation, as much as possible to avoid is scratched with the hand catch local, nor hot water and soap to wash the local, but patients can not use those strong irritant drugs in topical, special attention is not just application hormone drugs in topical? These are very easy to disease progression or re occurrence of common factors.

And as far as possible to understand the basic rules of allergic eczema and dermatitis occurrence and development. To avoid eating spicy food, such as onions, ginger, garlic, tea, coffee, wine and other easily lead to allergies to foods, such as fish, shrimp and other seafood. How to treat allergic eczema ? The occurrence, development and various factors related to allergic eczema. Due to individual differences in different periods, different individuals or the same individual may have differences. In addition to dietary factors, inhalation, such as pollen, dust, mites and surface bacteria and fungi infection, the change of living environment and are exposed to various substances, are likely to become a common external cause of atopic eczema. Lesions in vivo, such as tonsillitis, cholecystitis, neuropsychiatric factors, endocrine and metabolism changes, such as the menstrual period, pregnancy period, are likely to become the main internal causes of atopic eczema. To prevent the occurrence of allergic eczema, it must be combined with the basic situation of the patient's own, as far as possible to avoid all sorts of suspicious pathogenic factors.


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