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Eczema : A Broad Condition to Which You Deserve All The Answers

Think you may have Eczema? Here are some Symptoms of Dermatitis Eczema.

How Is Dermatitis Caused

Eczema is a condition which varies from person to and can included multiple symptom in a myriad of warning signs.

Dry Skin

Pronounced itching. Especially at nightime.

Red to Browning gray patches. These tpyically show up on soft areas such as hands, feet, ankles, wrists, neck, chest, eyelids, elbows, knees, face, and scalp.

In some instances, apparent small raised bumps may occur and leak fluid and crust over upon agitation.

Skin at times may show thickening, cracking, and scaliness.

Eczema usually appears prior to the age of 5. If left untreated, it may persist into puberty and adulthood. It can also appear once in a few years as an episode.


When to see a doctor for your Ezcema?

Discomfort can be variable and tolerated to certain extents. In many instances, the symptoms can disrupt daily activities such as physical activity, educational opportunities, and sleep. Make sure to consult with medical professional when it gets to this point. Below are three instances which can be just cause to consult with a medical professional regarding your atopic skin condition.

Look for red streaks, pus, and yellow scabs. These are tell tale signs of a skin infection and should be treated to prevent further woes.

When you have exhausted your home remedies. This means all over the counter medications and even simple treatment plans.

Please consult a medical profession if the rash appears along with a fever.


Want to prevent eczema?

This may be a given, but always remember to moisturize.

Always look for triggers. Excessive areas which are exposed to sweat can be target areas. Also, stress, obesity, soaps, detergents, dust, foods, and pollen can all cause eczema to flare up. Identify and isolate these triggers.

Prolonged baths and showers can dry skin out. Always look at using warm water in lieu of hot water. Upon the completion of your bath, remember to dry yourself carefully. Do not be abrasive with the towel, as this could irritate and lead to further skin infections.

Look at using mild soaps. Deodorant and antibacterial soaps can dry skin from the natural oils.

Using a bleach bath. A 1/2 cup of household bleach to a 40 gallon bathtub full of warm water can be used to control flares. At most, stay no more than 10 minutes at a time in the tub at a frequency of twice a week. Do not ever submerge your head in this bath. Also remember to dry off carefully upon exit.

In any bathtub application, always make sure to moisturize with the lotion of your choice while the skin is still damp. This allows the skin to lock in the moisture.







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4 thoughts on “Eczema : A Broad Condition to Which You Deserve All The Answers

  • Edward Weaver says:

    I don’t have eczema flare ups as much now as I did when I was a child, but when I do have them they’re difficult to control. I find that most moisturizers on the market don’t do much in the way of soothing my skin and reducing redness. I’ve tried a few steroid creams, but they’ve actually made the patches worse.

  • Hayden Whitworth says:

    All my life I suffered from skin problems, so I used various creams that only improve the problem aesthetically, but not enough. Thanks to Zyrtac, my skin problems have improved a lot and patches of dryness are less frequent and my atopic dermatitis has improved a lot.

  • Louis Smith says:

    I live in the northeast, so winters can take a huge toll on my skin. I have been dealing with both dermatitis and eczema and the flare-ups get especially worse during the colder seasons. I have eliminated as much potential allergens as possible to reduce my dermatitis flare-ups, but they seem to remain persistent. I like using Aquaphor or Vaseline on the areas of my body where they are extremely dry, cracking and burn. I apply before I go to bed and in the morning after cleaning my face and showering, and it has helped tremendously in moisturizing my skin.

  • Bodhi Glenn says:

    Zyrtec has been extremely beneficial in controlling eczema. In addition to that, I have also used a Aveeno oatmeal lotion in addition to a steroid. This annoying skin condition has me
    monitoring my environmental conditions with regards to humidity and such. I also have to watch water temperatures as I take baths.

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