Summer dermatitis is a seasonal skin condition caused by hot climates, and skin inflammation caused by constant heat, high ambient humidity, and excessive sweating most often occurs between 6 and 6 o'clock. In August, it can be relieved or subside after weather becomes cooler.
Clinical manifestations: The rash begins with erythema, followed by dense small papules and papules with obvious itching and a burning sensation. Excessive scratching can cause erosion, seepage and crusting. Over time, skin becomes rough and thick. predominantly in extensor sides of limbs, trunk, etc., and often spreads symmetrically.
Itchy! Scratch itch! ! An itch that gnaws on bones of a thousand insects! ! !
After you get dermatitis, you will find that this disease is really lingering, and it comes once a year. After summer, you thought everything was fine, but in fact, it will return next year, collapse! In fact, many friends do not know what symptoms of dermatitis are, buy ointment and apply it casually when they become inflamed, which leads to condition not improving.
Today, let's talk about how to prevent and treat problems that plague patients with dermatitis.
Dermatitis should be prevented:
1. Make sure room is well ventilated and diffused.
2. Stay as long as possible in a cool and ventilated place at high temperatures and pay attention to sun protection when you go outside.
3. Clothing should be loose and soft, avoid wearing airtight underwear.
4. Keep your skin clean and dry and avoid scalding affected area with hot water to reduce itching.
5. Do not scratch skin to prevent secondary infection.
Pay attention to nutrition, diet should be light and easily digestible. You can eat more heat-purifying or fluid-promoting foods, such as bitter gourd, cucumber, wax gourd, pear, black plum, white fungus, lily, etc. You can also choose mung beans, red beans, barley seeds to make soup . or porridge to take away fire and dampness. At same time, eat less or quickly some spicy and stimulating foods like wine, lamb, leeks, peppers, etc.