Atopic dermatitis

What is the atopic dermatitis?

Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a skin disease that appears in children and some adults with especially sensitive skin.. It is a chronic disorder (that is to say, that can last for years), which means that the child will have better and worse times, depending on the weather, the season of the year, the hydration status of the skin, pollution (especially in cities), excessive hygiene with the use of soaps with detergents, water hardness, etc.

What are the causes of atopic dermatitis?

Atopic dermatitis has a large genetic component, that is to say, there is an alteration in the normal composition of the skin that is inherited in the family. In families with children with atopic dermatitis, it is common to find close relatives (fathers, brothers, uncles…) with a history of allergies, who have suffered from this disease, asthmatic bronchitis or allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.

Any special diet for atopic dermatitis?
What clothes should I wear so as not to worsen atopic dermatitis??
I have been prescribed corticosteroid creams (cortisone) or other medications to improve atopic eczema: Is it essential that you use them?? 
The doctor has given me antihistamines for atopic dermatitis: Is it essential that I take them?? 
Is it necessary to do allergy tests?
Is atopic dermatitis curable?
What do you need to know about body hygiene in atopic dermatitis?
Are there any environmental measures that can help improve atopic dermatitis? 
Can we have pets at home if I have a child with atopic dermatitis??
Can you go to the pool if you have atopic dermatitis??
Are sun and sea baths good for patients with atopic dermatitis??

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