There are about 18 million people living with AD or Atopic Dermatitis. Also, known as severe eczema, this health problem is commonly signed with the dryness and itchy rashes on the skin. This problem can be caused by some factors including external and internal factor. External factor like intense heat or cold weather can trigger this problem. Then, internal factor like stress and diet can also be a trigger for this problem. So, what can we do in order to prevent this atopic dermatitis?
In this article, we are going to focus more on preventing the flare-ups part of atopic dermatitis. In the first place, you should stay away from the physical irritant. To avoid the burn and itch of this problem, you may need to avoid physical irritants like wool, dust, sand, cigarette smoke or even cleaning supplies. It is also possible that you face the flare-up because of staying in a new environment. Furthermore, it is also important for you to make your work environment and home free from allergens. If you are sensitive to dust and mold, you may need to search for a new place to do your activity in case the current environment of the place is full of dust and mold. Then, temperature, heat and humidity change may also trigger the flare-up. In this case, you may need to practice daily routine which can moist your skin to fight such condition.
Additionally, it is also a good point to you to know what kind of foods which can trigger the atopic dermatitis flare-up. Even though some foods may not cause atopic dermatitis, there is a possibility that the foods can trigger a flare-up. Most frequent foods which can trigger the flare-up are wheat, seafood, egg, milk, and peanut. Those are several tips to prevent atopic dermatitis flare-up.