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Treatments for Atopic Dermatitis

Treatments for Atopic Dermatitis

What it is and what it is for?

 


Atopic dermatitis causes multiple skin lesions, i.e., inflammation. Being a more common infection in babies and children up to 5 years old, it can also affect all ages.


Atopic dermatitis is a non-contagious inflammation that affects the skin leaving it with small, reddish lumps that are very itchy. This inflammation is more likely to appear in the crease of the arms and knees, it can also appear in the cheeks, ears, neck, hands and feet.

 

There is no cure, this disease has treatments that alleviate itchiness and more severe inflammation.
There are several types of treatments for this inflammation, but all with the same objective, although it cannot be a curable disease, it can always reduce the discomfort it brings on a daily basis.


These lesions disappear when the allergic reaction improves, but if they are not treated, they can become chronic, so if you experience any type of symptoms related to this allergy, seek treatment.


The cause of the atopic dermatitis disease is still unknown and there is evidence that factors such as genetics (if the father and mother have this disease are more likely to have this disease), climate (places with more climate cold can increase the risk of contracting the disease) and gender (women are more likely to have this disease than men).

 

 

 

What are the most used ingredients and their function?

 


There are several types of treatments and as a result there are many ingredients, but some are essential.


Moisturizers contain key ingredients such as: licochalcone A which is a natural antioxidant that has the function of reducing redness and alleviating inflammation.


Omega-6 fatty acids are also one of the fundamental ingredients that have the function of calming and nourishing the skin, replenishing its protective barrier.

 

Hand creams contain ingredients such as: antibacterial decanediol which has the function of fighting the stapphylococcus aureus bacteria associated with atopic dermatitis.
Ceramides, an ingredient that strengthens the skin's barrier function.

 

 

 

Which types exist and what are their differences?

 


There are several types of treatments, what differentiates them is the stage in which the allergy is already. If the inflammation is still in the first line, it can be treated with moisturizing creams, but later it may be necessary to use creams or ointments.


In case of aggravation of complaints, it is necessary to take pills for a short period of time. In case it gets worse, it is indicated to use immunosuppressive drugs, that is, pills that reduce general inflammation in the body.


In extreme cases, a hospital should be referred as biological medicines that can only be purchased with a medical prescription will be indicated.

 

 

 

What is the most used packaging format and what are the most frequent sizes?

 


In the case of ointments, the most common packages are tubes, but we can also find them in jars and bottles. Its quantity can vary from 50ml to 150ml.

 

Also common are shower gels that usually vary between 100ml and 500ml
Finally, moisturizers vary between tube and bottle, ranging from 100ml to 1000ml.


In these treatments, taking pills may also be indicated.

 

 

 

What to take into account when choosing treatments for atopic dermatitis?

 


When choosing treatments for atopic dermatitis you must have a few factors.

First, your diagnosis should be very clear, that is, you should go to a dermatologist to first assess your symptoms and then take into account your clinical history, in order to understand the frequency with which the symptoms appear. symptoms and in which situations, an ideal treatment for your clinical condition may be indicated, avoiding complications such as skin infections, sleep problems due to itching, fever, asthma, skin peeling and chronic itching. This way you can be sure that the treatment you are taking will improve the allergy.


With this, you must take into account what stage your inflammation is and what type of treatment is the most suitable.

 

 

 

What are the recommendations for use and tips?

 


As the treatments for atopic dermatitis are not to cure the inflammation, but to relieve and give a little more comfort to those with this disease, it is advised to use moisturizing creams frequently as it is one of the main treatments.


One of the tips also provided is to keep your house as clean as possible so that the mites do not worsen the disease.


Avoid as much as possible baths with hot water, which are long and with the use of a lot of soap, and whenever you use soap, do not use a sponge. Always try to take cold water baths so that it relieves the itchiness and doesn't damage your skin's protective barrier.


Finally, visit your dermatologist regularly so that he can monitor and regulate the condition of your skin, indicating the appropriate treatments for the stages of your disease.

 

 

 

What are the pros and cons of using treatments for atopic dermatitis?

 


Even with treatment, this disease has no cure, it only relieves the itching and, in some cases, does not allow inflammation to evolve.


However, even if unfortunately, there is no cure, there are treatments that reduce the itching, and that do not take the disease to an extreme level of inflammation.


Although the treatments do not disappear completely, they help people to live their daily lives more comfortably after using an ideal treatment for the level of inflammation of the disease.

 

 

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