Symptoms of eczema include:
- Reddish skin
- The skin is dry, wet, or thick and scaly.
- A sense of excessive heat and cold on the skin of eczema.
- The itching is mainly felt in the evening.
- Would seem small blisters on the skin surface and is accompanied by swelling.
- Eczema will very quickly once it spreading to other skin.
Eczema because of environmental trigger factors are allergens that can cause allergic reactions in the body, so the skin becomes itchy and eczema arise. Other factors that facilitate the occurrence of eczema is the nature of the skin, the skin dry. The use of soap with a high alkali content, too often in the room with the temperature below 18 ° Celsius, wear clothes of wool, can trigger eczema. Although the cause is genetic (hereditary), as long as there is no trigger factors, eczema will not arise. .
Eczema Causes of DiseasePatients with eczema usually also have other allergic diseases. The relationship between eczema and allergic disease is unclear, some patients have reduced its tendency to produce excessive antibodies (eg immunoglobulin E) in response to a number of different stimuli.
Various circumstances that can aggravate eczema:
- Emotional stress
- Changes in temperature or humidity
- Skin infection by bacteria
- Contact with fabrics that are irritants (especially wool).
- In some children, food allergies may trigger atopic dermatitis.