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Skin Care is more important than you think when it comes to Atopic Dermatitis
13 Sep' 16

Skin Care is more important than you think when it comes to Atopic Dermatitis

 

People develop a skin disease which causes inflammation and make the skin itchy. Eczema is the name of the skin disease that most frequently appears on the face, arms, and legs causing dry and itchy skin. The most common type of eczema is Atopic Dermatitis (AD). Atopic means an allergy that is usually genetic, and dermatitis is referred to the inflammation on the skin.

People are more likely to get Atopic dermatitis as it can occur to anyone but it is general that as children mature, the skin problem can increase or go away. Atopic dermatitis is certainly not curable but the skin condition can be managed by involving good skin care, and having proper medicine to curb flare-ups.

Caring for your skin is more important

Managing the skin is an important part of curing Atopic dermatitis as the skin rashes appears due to itching.Consistent skin care routine not only keeps the skin from drying out as much but also changes the skin's natural lubrication that are low in Atopic dermatitis.

People should understand the importance of good skin care routine because using wrong soap or cream can aggravate flare-ups that in turn can become itchy and painful. Alternatively, using the right soap or cream will soothe the inflamed skin and avoid flare-ups.

Avoid known activities which could affect such as:
  • skin contact with perfumes or body sprays
  • Exposure to pets
  • Food allergies
  • Heat, sweat, or low moisture
  • Wearing tight clothing
  • Stress
  • Scratching and Cut your nails

How Atopic Dermatitis is diagnosed?

Atopic dermatitis is analysed based on numerous clinical factors by the doctor that can change over time. Like, the doctor

  • studies about the symptoms.
  • identifies when the symptoms occur.
  • prevents other diseases.
  • tries to find the causes.

Treatments for Atopic Dermatitis

Luckily, people can prevent the rashes in many ways and various treatments can help. Most people require prescriptions at some point to manage atopic dermatitis. Some people have to use prescriptions each day due to severe conditions, whereas others have to use only prescription for flare-ups.

As changes occur from day to day Atopic dermatitis requires proper visit to the dermatologist to manage and S10 Health SafeCare Network provides with best skin care specialists to prevent and manage the beautiful skin. Call 044 40 510 510 to talk with the experts and book your appointment today!

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