Atopic dermatitis (AD; a kind of eczema) is a non- infectious, constantly deteriorating, provocative and pruritic skin ailment. It is also called “endogenous eczema,” “prurigo Besnier,” “infantile eczema,” “neurodermitis,” “prurigo diathsique” and “flexural eczema”.
In this disease the skin of the patient with atopic dermatitis responds unusually and simply to pains, food and environmental allergens and develop into red, crumbling and very scratchy. It also develops into helpless to exterior diseases caused by microorganisms.
Frequently atopic dermatitis crops up in addition to other atopic syndromes like conjunctivitis, asthma and hay fever. It is an acute and domestic ailment. Its indications may depart or enhance in due course.
Symptoms of Atopic Dermatitis:
The major sign of atopic dermatitis is irritation. Particularly at night the irritation may be constant and acute. Generally the exaggerated area of a slight wound of the skin causes a skin complaint. The skin complaint is erratic and red and may be recurring or chronic.
The harshness of symptoms relies on what way the skin complaint has been scraped, to what extend the area of the skin has been exaggerated and if any minor virus grows. Generally soft atopic dermatitis engrosses a small area of skin which does not irritate much and leave with sufficient moisturizing. Normally acute atopic dermatitis requires a large area of skin which is very uncomfortable and does not move with moisturizing. The normal position of the skin complaint on the body differs by age group.
Causes of Atopic Dermatitis:
The reason of atopic dermatitis is inadequately recognized and is under vigorous research. It disturbs skin’s capability to possess moisture. It appears from the research that due to relations between the environment, heredity and resistant system it enlarges. Maximum number of people who suffers from atopic dermatitis has a personal or family history of allergic conditions viz. allergic rhinitis.