Eczema Causes: Frequently Asked Questions
Those who suspect they have eczema often have many questions. Some of those questions are about the cause. Please continue reading on for a list of frequently asked questions and their answers.
Question: Did I do something wrong?
Answer: Eczema creates the uncontrollable urge to itch and scratch. The skin is irritated. Unfortunately, this can result in a larger red rash. That rash when itched more can turn into a patch of dry scaly skin or a blister-like sore that oozes. At this point in time, you may want to shout out “what did I do to deserve this?” The answer is nothing. It is a common skin condition. Although you did nothing to cause this ailment, there are steps you can take to treat it and prevent flare-ups. The easiest being keep your skin well moisturized.
Question: What is its cause?
Answer: There are many different causes. Outbreaks and flare-ups happen to different people and for different reasons. Although there is no one cause for for this ailment, those with sensitive skin are prone. As for what can cause trigger a flare-up, it can be certain foods, certain chemicals, the weather, and stress even plays a role.
Question: Can I cure it if I find the cause?
Answer: Not likely. While some individuals have one sole cause for outbreaks and flare-ups, others have many. You may find yourself itching and scratching after sweating from the hot weather, after using scented body wash, or after drinking milk. Determining the cause of your uncontrollable itch and eliminating at a source will help, but you are still and may always be prone to episodes.
Question: Will my children develop the ailment too?
Answer: Many adults wonder if they can pass the disease onto their children. Yes, you can. Medical professionals have determined that children with immediate family members who have atopic dermatitis are susceptible to the condition too. On that same note, there are many instances in which it is not passed down. In fact, some children develop and live with the disease, but have no prior family history.
Question: How can I treat the disease?
Answer: As stated above, there isn’t a known cause for this ailment, but medical professionals are aware of trigger factors. These make this disease worse or cause a flare-up. In addition to keeping your body well moisturized, you can try to determine your trigger factors and avoid them. Keep a daily journal of your day. Document all the foods you eat, what activities you were doing, what products came into contact with your skin and so forth. Compare your journal to an outbreak.
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