Treatment Of Itching In The Legs, Hands And Neck?
Hello, my name is Rita. Why is my skin so stingy, but not only in part 1, there are legs, hands, neck after I scratch it, so it’s just not missing the bump too. why is that? how to treat it. thank you hello
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Itching and bumps in various parts of the body, such as in the feet, hands and neck may be caused by insect bites, such as ants, mosquitoes, and so on. When biting, these insects can release certain substances that trigger inflammation in the skin, so that itching and bumps arise. Not only that, inflammation due to insect bites can also make the skin appear reddish, swollen, and if scratched continuously can leave scars that are difficult to remove blackish.
In addition to insect bites, itching and bumps that you experience can also occur due to infections (for example due to bacteria, fungi, viruses, or parasites), atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, drug side effects, allergies, excessive skin pressure, and so on. If itching and bumps are difficult to remove and persist or spread for up to 2 weeks or more, we recommend that you don't let them. Check your complaint directly to a doctor or dermatologist so that proper treatment is given.
For initial handling, you can do it first:
Does not scratch the skin, although it feels itchy
Apply calamine lotion to reduce itching
Do not squeeze excessive bumps of skin
Wear clothes that are clean, not tight, made of soft, and absorb sweat
Stay away from substances that are vulnerable to make you allergic
Bathe diligently and cleanly, at least 2 times a day
Drink plenty of water
Don't exchange personal items with other people
Hope this helps ...