In summer wet weather, baby easy eczema, how should carejiu0 edited on2017-06-10 03:13:09 55 views
In summer wet weather, baby easy eczema, how should care
Miss Wu 2 old son of a red rash, and the skin is very dry, a catch is blood, but also water.
The recent rainy weather, so that the baby's symptoms worse, no improvement.
Summer rain does not stop, for families with children, the family, in addition to the baby to prepare more than a few underwear, but also to prevent the prone to eczema.
Infantile eczema is very common, especially in 0~2 years old babies.
Eczema and hot and humid disease is closely related, local hot and humid, secondary infection caused by bacteria.
Eczema itself is not caused by dampness, but dampness can aggravate eczema.
For example, in the baby bath, or baby sweating, you will find that the baby's rash will become more obvious.
Therefore, in wet weather, especially to pay attention to the baby's skin dry, sleep bed, but also to keep dry and comfortable.
Prevention and treatment of infantile eczema, first of all to find the root causes of disease, in order to remedy the case.
Wet weather is liable to cause bacterial growth.
How can moisture and dehumidification help the baby grow up?
The home should be ventilated, keep dry and comfortable.
Particular attention should be paid to the baby's dry skin.
Room temperature should not be too high, otherwise it will aggravate eczema itching.
Home should minimize allergens to reduce allergic reactions.
No pets at home, such as birds, cats, dogs, etc..
In addition, do not smoke indoors, indoor do not put carpet, clean sanitation, had better be wet wipe.
Many babies are prone to eczema because of their low immunity and incomplete digestive enzymes.
The moderate increase of intestinal bacteria, Yi Kang probiotics, adjust the intestinal flora ecology,
Increase probiotics in the body, improve intestinal mucosal immunity, improve allergic constitution.
published on：20170610 03:13:00 guangzhou
category： Home Moisture
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