How To Deal With Atopic Dermatitis Due To Cold Temperatures And Dusty Rooms That Recur?
I want to ask first, I have dermatitis numularis after treatment, cured, now changing atopic dermatitis. Every cold temperature and dirty / dusty room always appear again after treatment for a long time more than 5 years not recovered. Is this type can be cured or not. What can only reduce the rash and itching that occurs. thank you
Hello Intan Purwa,
Atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema is inflammation of the skin that is triggered by several possible triggers that are not known for certain. This condition can make the skin red, itchy, sore and also makes the skin dry. Some factors that can trigger symptoms include skin infections, hormonal changes such as menstruation, food allergies, temperature allergies or cold weather, exposure to certain substances, dust, smoke, chemicals and others.
Atopic dermatitis can not be completely cured and does not recur, but the goal of treatment is to overcome the symptoms that arise and find out the originator so that prevention can be done so as not to recur. Make other efforts such as using a skin moisturizer, use clothing with comfortable materials, avoid triggers such as dust, cold air, or other triggers.
You can also do an allergy test to find out what ingredients or allergens can trigger it so that prevention can be done so that it does not often recur. Also pay attention to psychological factors because stress can also trigger symptoms.
May be useful,