How To Deal With Itching Due To Skin Asthma?
At night, I have skin asthma and there are allergies that I have not actually checked, especially allergic, continue to itch often, sometimes scratching the itchy area either intentionally or not until some parts of the body are chafed. Every time itchy I always drink this, can it be consumed as often as the itching appears?
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Atopic dermatitis (skin asthma) and allergies are indeed one of the most common causes of itching of the skin. It could also, itching of the skin that often recurs due to other causes, such as xerosis, skin infections, contact dermatitis, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, liver or bile duct disorders, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. Depending on the cause of the itching, this condition can require a variety of treatments.
Excessive scratching of itchy skin is not recommended. In addition to potentially causing blisters, excessive scratching of the skin, especially with dirty hands, can also trigger secondary infections in the skin. Furthermore, the act of scratching the skin excessively can also make the skin appear blackish and more difficult to cure than the cause of the itching itself.
If you really experience itching arising from atopic dermatitis and allergies, in fact both of these conditions can not be completely cured. However, you can minimize recurrence in the following ways:
Bathing cleanly and regularly, use a mild soap and moisturizer, do not bathe for too long Do not rub or scratch excessive skin, use a soft fluffy towel to dry the body after bathing Use a moisturizer before activating Recognize what substances that trigger and aggravate your itch, then avoid yourself so as not to contact with these substances Diligent washing hands Use loose clothing and soft materials Manage stress well Drink more, eat nutritious foods Always live a healthy lifestyle To help you deal with itching before going to the doctor, it is safer if you sprinkle first use salisil powder or apply calamine lotion to your skin first. Avoid taking any medication, including cetirizine HCl (as contained in the drug you mentioned), without a prescription directly from a doctor. Because, these drugs are not included in the class of free drugs. And, the consumption of these drugs without proper medical indications risks causing you to experience side effects, for example allergies, drowsiness, dizziness, weakness, nausea, dry mouth, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and so on.
If the complaint that you feel does not improve with a variety of natural efforts as mentioned above, you better check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist huh ..
I hope this helps.