Eczema is a very common skin disease, which can cause rash, itching and other symptoms. After suffering from eczema, it is mainly treated by external drugs. Moreover, patients must pay attention to nursing work in their lives while actively treating them, which is conducive to the recovery of diseases. So, how to treat eczema?
When you have eczema, you can use antihistamines to treat it, which has a good effect and can quickly relieve various adverse symptoms. However, we should pay attention to the fact that it is best not to use drugs by ourselves. After going to the hospital for examination, ask the doctor to prescribe medicine, so as to ensure the therapeutic effect.
If you have eczema, besides medication, it is also very important to take regular care. Patients should keep local cleanness and try not to scratch with their hands, otherwise skin infection may occur. Skin pruritus usually occurs when suffering from eczema, but the drugs used to treat eczema have antipruritic effect.
Patients should not stay in damp environment for a long time, and should keep the affected area dry. Everyone should wear pure cotton underwear, because pure cotton underwear has good air permeability and strong water absorption, and will not irritate the skin. If you wear underwear made of chemical fiber, it will easily lead to aggravation of itching. After suffering from eczema, you must avoid eating, and usually try to eat lightly. Avoid spicy food.