Babies with eczema may be adjusted

Babies with eczema may be adjusted

Babies with eczema may be adjusted

Allergic factors are increasing the risk of infant eczema.

Infant eczema often occurs on the head and face, and the affected area is red and itchy. If it is not treated in time, it will not only worsen, even secondary infections.

Because infants’ disease is mostly related to internal infections and allergic reactions to substitute foods, in addition to reducing the washing of the affected area and applying topical drugs, the key is to eliminate allergenic foods in the diet and eliminate multiple factors that aggravate the disease.

  First of all, during the illness, milk, eggs, fish and shrimp foods are discontinued, and meat, tofu, etc. are used to rule out protein allergies.

  Secondly, the diet of the nursing mother should be restricted, replacing the “hair products” such as spicy, to avoid entering the baby’s body through breast milk, and aggravating the illness.

The mother’s diet can choose meat, soy products, vegetables, fruits, etc., it is appropriate to light.

  Third, during the period of illness, if the infant who replaces breast milk has vomiting and diarrhea at the same time, the breast milk should be suspended and the breast milk should be replaced after the symptoms are relieved.

  Fourth, if the milk intake is accompanied by vomiting and diarrhea, the milk can be boiled for a long time to reduce its antigenicity and reduce the milk’s allergic response to the baby.

  Attentive mothers should pay attention to observe certain foods during the period of eczema in infants, and increase the illness. Reasonably adjust the diet of mothers and infants, reduce the incidence and onset of eczema, and avoid adding pain to the baby.