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Hello, good afternoon, how to deal with the disease Kali Gata
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Calligraphy is not really the name of a disease, but rather a symptom of an illness. Some of the most common triggers are:
Environmental factors, for example due to exposure to heat, cold, exposure to sunlight, poor water quality, emphasis on skin emotional stress, and excessive physical activity (including when exercising)
Effects of food (for example sea fish, beans, eggs, milk), drugs (eg penicillin, aspirin, ibuprofen), allergens (eg pollen, latex, insect stings)
Certain diseases, for example disorders of immunity (such as lupus), certain cancers (eg lymphoma), thyroid gland disorders, viral or bacterial infections, post blood transfusions, etc.
Calligraphy treatment can be done symptomatically, namely by administering several types of drugs, such as anti-itching, anti-inflammatory, immunosuppressant, swelling reliever, or controlling blood proteins. However, not only that, the exact cause of this calligraphy also deserves treatment so that it does not always recur and recurred. Therefore, people with calligraphy need to be examined directly to a doctor or dermatologist so that further causes of complaints can be evaluated and best treatment is given. To help get the kaligata recover, the following steps can be done:
Apply calamine lotion to itchy skin
Clean bathing, wear loose clothing and make it soft
No stress or excessive physical activity
Avoid calligraphic triggers, as mentioned above
Drink plenty of water
Keep the environment clean where you live
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...