Neurodermitis is also called atopic eczema, atopic dermatitis, or endogenous. Symptoms in babies are baby eczema (milk crust). The skin is extremely sensitive to certain allergens and bacterial hereditary diseases. Allergy triggers that are very common in people who are prone to neurodermitis are animal fur house dust (non-dust mite) skin, bovine, food and pollen substances. There are also person-specific factors that determine the course of the illness: stress situations, mental problems, passive smoking, environmental influences or waste gases. In babies, neurodermitis generally begins between the third and sixth month. The rash (eczema) that attaches to the forehead, cheeks, the back of the ears, and the red, crusty connective skin (eczema), which is manifested in its length, is intensely scratching.

As a result of scratching, the eczema enters the layers of dirt and the plaques can be inflamed. Larger children usually have larger joints; Knee, elbow, foot, and hand. Usually neck parts are also affected. The skin rash is scaly and dry here, and there are usually scratch marks on it. Neurodermitis is worsening during cold winter seasons. Pruritus is usually exacerbated as synthetic or woolly clothes are rubbed on the skin. During youth periods, Neurodermitis can be repeated in various ways and can be seen on any part of the skin. In times of little eczema, it is observed that the skin of the patient is dry and pale at remarkable levels.

As age progresses, the effects of eczema depletion diminish, and it is not uncommon for neurodermatine to disappear completely when the child reaches 3 years of age. Neurodermitis is a type of disease that does not go through medical heredity, has no medical treatment, and the causes are not yet fully understood. There are many factors that trigger the Neurodermitis debris to outbreak. Treatment of the spell is possible, but it will come back to the square. Be wary of the miraculous healers and their medicines, who for this reason promise a cure but in the end can not do anything other than take your money.

Drugs Prepared at Home: First, rinse your ointment with your doctor's recommendation, then wrap the wet coils with normal tea impregnated (leave the dressing tea for a long time). The wheat cobbles may well come in thin slumps. Later, rinse the ointments containing the panthenol from the pharmacy in a thin layer. Do not use oily ointments that can break the exposed area with air, these are even less likely to be wrinkled.

Taking a shower for your kids' skin in dry Neurodermitis is a lot better than doing a bath; Your child should have a short bath at most once a week (water temperature 35 t). Add a bath shampoo that can restore the lost water on the skin to the bath water. This can also be a lubricant bath shampoo or a spoonful of olive oil from your pharmacy. When you wash your child, use soap that is developed for a highly sensitive language that does not contain alkali. After the shower or bath, your children will shower with a short cold water.

If the rash is very itchy, have your child take a bath twice a week, adding a 37 ° C (degree) warm water bath shampoo. Thus the skin of the child is softened and also the pores are opened. Later, cream your child with an ointment that you can buy from your pharmacy, which contains panthenol or omega oils. If the itching is very bad, ask your pharmacist to add 2 to 5 percent urea into the mille. Sometimes cool, wet water compresses can relieve itching.