Especially common in children, but not entirely impossible in adults, Atopic Dermatitis is a type of eczema, a chronic condition that causes intensive itching and red rashes in and around areas of dry and sensitive skin. Atopic dermatitis has a tendency to flare and then subside periodically and is often accompanied by hay fever or asthma or other allergies. In more serious cases, clear, fluid-filled blisters are also formed.
Signs and symptoms normally associated with atopic dermatitis may include:
The exact causes of atopic dermatitis are unknown. It can, however, be related to any of the following factors:
If you have Atopic Dermatitis, you are likely to be troubled by the following complications:
Treatment and drugs:
If the problem still persists even after regular moisturising and other self-care steps, you may have to take medications and prescribe to certain drugs such as:
If excessive hair is stopping you from living and enjoying your life, consult a dermatologist who can help you with an effective treatment.