Treatment Of Atopic Eczema On The Face?
my wife like her from childhood there are symptoms of asthma, whether it affects the eczem on her face, yes, r nAq very sorry ma she ,, what’s more that pain on her face ,, in this all-sophisticated era is there any way that can treat it, , I really understand the suffering, r nThanks before
Hello Ombri, Thank you for the question.
Asthma is a long-term respiratory disease caused by inflammation of the respiratory tract. This inflammation of the respiratory tract is often accompanied by a buildup of mucus in the respiratory tract which further causes blockage of the respiratory tract which causes complaints of shortness of breath and wheezing. Someone who has asthma is usually motivated by atopic conditions, or conditions related to allergies. Thus usually people with asthma also have other conditions such as atopic eczema, food allergies, allergic rhinitis, and others.
Atopic eczema is a long-term skin inflammation that causes the skin to become red, flaky, dry. This eczema can appear on any area of the body such as the face and scalp, fingers, elbows, back of knees, and feet. This dry skin feels itchy. If scratched, this skin will thicken and form a fluid-filled water fluid. The cause of atopic eczema and other atopic conditions is not yet known with certainty. Most atopic eczema will recur, sometimes without clear triggers, and cannot be cured. Existing treatment aims to reduce symptoms in patients using steroids and emollients. Please advise your wife to see a skin specialist. The doctor needs to do a direct examination to understand the condition of your wife's skin and then determine the next treatment. With proper treatment, symptoms can be controlled. Sufferers are also advised to avoid the triggers of eczema.
Also follow these tips:
avoid scratching itchy skin avoid extreme air changes so as not to worsen the symptoms of using emollients on dry skin use moisturizing bath soap use clothes with a soft material for skin to wash clothes thoroughly so that no residual detergent attached to the skin manages stress Hopefully this information is useful.