Adope dermatitis is the internationally used term for atopic dermatitis.
This meant the family inheritance of the skin to external and internal conditions is responding. Of this disease are children affected 90% of patients diagnosed between 1 Year of life and the people of school age Adope dermatitis which is often associated with allergic asthma or hay fever and food allergies.
The first signs of eczema? What to do about itching?
The first signs of atopic dermatitis may be the cradle cap or diaper dermatitis. If cradle cap is small yellowish scales deposited on the scalp. From the 2 years of life changed the appearance of atopic dermatitis. Typically in young children, and later also in adults, the Beugenekzeme. It is dry, itchy, scaly redness on elbows and knees. It can also be affected hand back, feet but other regions of the body. In the acute stage of the wet eczema and cause severe itching. The treatment of children's skin is not easy because the protection functions are not yet fully developed. Therefore, the cleaning and care in children occur as gently as possible. Toward an itching eczema cream helps the special needs of the child's skin is tuned. It is important to use especially when showering or bathing with the child moisturizing bath for itching. The bathroom should not be made more frequently than 1 to 2 times per week. After bathing or showering, and daily at bedtime should be cream on the entire body. But not more than necessary in order to disrupt the natural production of sebum not. Furthermore, one must pay attention to the care that has "fat on dry and wet to be done on wet". Which is used Neurodermatitis cream, lotion or ointment depends on whether the skin is dry, brittle or cracked. With weeping eczema it is recommended that water-eczema cream or wet compresses. Often the parents of the children of the disease are much more affected than the children themselves, since most of the children are in similar surveys, little or no restrictions on their quality of life compared to not feel sick children. One consolation for parents: In approximately 70% of affected children to the lesions disappear by puberty. A later relapse can not be excluded.