Tired Of Playing So Itchy?
Good afternoon u003cbr u003eMy first child, man, every time he gets tired after playing, his body feels itchy bumps on his body. I wonder why? and how to handle it?
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Itching and bumps that appear on the body after activity can be part of cholinergic urticaria. This condition occurs when nerve fibers in the sweat glands react to sweat production and increased body temperature, so that it is triggered to produce certain antibodies (immunoglobulin G). Not only after the activity, complaints can also arise when finished bathing with hot water, being in a hot ambient temperature, using clothes made from heat or tight, or also excessive sweating when experiencing anxiety and panic. Cholinergic urticaria can be experienced by anyone, including children. Often, this condition is not dangerous. However, if repeated continuously, of course the patient's activities can be very disturbed because of it.
In addition, there are many other conditions that can trigger itching and bumps in the body as your child experiences, including insect bites or other animals, miliaria (prickly heat), scabies (scabies), allergies, folliculitis, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis drug eruption, and so on.
Take your child to check his complaints directly to the doctor or dermatologist to be evaluated more deeply for possible causes, for example with the help of other tests, such as allergy tests, blood tests, and so on. Don't give your child any medication if you haven't seen it before. In order to improve complaints, your child can do the following trick first:
Don't scratch the itchy skin, just sprinkle with salicyl powder or apply calamine lotion to reduce itching. Exercise properly, don't overdo it When exercising, wear comfortable clothes, made from cool, absorb sweat, drink a lot, and make sure you are not too late to eat If possible , safer for you to exercise in the room (for example in the gym) Do not stress Stay away from contact with substances that often make you allergic. Drink more, live a healthy and balanced diet. Hope it helps.