Neurodermatitis in the arms

Atopic dermatitis, eczema or diathesis are synonyms of the disease under consideration. It affects fairly extensive skin areas, but most often occurs in the neurodermite on the arms. The nature of the pathology is neuro-allergic, so quite often the problem disappears on its own, without special medical measures.

Neurodermatitis on the hands - causes

Described dermatitis occurs due to such factors:

Extensive neurodermatitis of the hands and fingers can also appear for the following reasons:

Neurodermatitis on the hands - symptoms

The clinical pathology achieves the greatest severity in winter, as the skin undergoes mechanical friction, exposure to cold, moisture and wind.

Manifestations of neurodermatitis:

During the course of the disease, the work of the adrenal gland worsens, which leads to the development of disorders of the genitourinary system. Moreover, neurodermatitis in the hands in the absence of proper therapy can develop into a chronic form and proceed very long with periods of remission and exacerbations.

Than to treat a neurodermite on arms or hand?

The approach should be comprehensive and consist of the following activities:

  1. Compliance with a balanced diet with the exception of foods that cause allergies.
  2. Drawing up a daily routine with enough time for rest and night sleep.
  3. Moderate physical activity.
  4. Antihistamines, sedatives, antidepressants and tranquilizers.
  5. In severe cases - the introduction of corticosteroid hormones.
  6. Physiotherapeutic procedures.
  7. Detoxication of the body with the use of microclysters.

Of great importance is the local therapy and treatment of neurodermatitis on the hands of ointments. Medicines with exfoliating effect, absorbable, anti-inflammatory and soothing properties are used.

Ointments from the neurodermite on the hands:

Quite effective in the application of this disease solutions and antiseptics, for example, Fukortsin, Kastelani liquid, Rivanol.

It is recommended to combine traditional methods of treatment with medications. It is useful to lubricate skin areas affected by neurodermatitis, a mixture of baby cream and freshly squeezed celandine juice (in proportions of 5: 1, respectively).

For lotions it is desirable to prepare strong infusions or broths of herbs:

Also there is a very effective recipe with blue clay:

  1. Mix clay powder with shallow sea salt in equal parts.
  2. Add water to get a thick mass.
  3. Apply the product to the zones with neurodermic rashes, leave until completely dry.
  4. Wash off dry clay and salt with warm water.