A disease that causes skin disorders causes depression and anxiety in six of the 10 illnesses that are ill, which leads to quality of life and leads to suicidal thinking, say the specialists.
du atopic dermatitis It is a chronic skin disorder that has pruritic and secretive flares. It's a kind of eczema. And according to the US National Library of Medicine. UU. It is common in babies. It can start in 2 or 6 months. Many people have overcome their time at the beginning.
"Because of the symptoms, patients have seen the lives of different socioeconomic causes that have affected the situation," said Angélica Beiran, dermatologist, Efe.
The specialist warns that, like acne, atopic dermatitis is one of the main causes of dermatological inquiry.
Both patients have a significant impact on the self-concept by age, because they appear to be apparent.
As Beiran explained, this disease presents symptoms in the first years and symptoms are very simple.
"In babies, the cheeks become dry and red, they have itching and nappies are also cleaners," said the specialist.
Therefore, the symptoms are carefully recommended for babies to be properly diagnosed and treated.
According to the research conducted by the Mexican Dermatology Foundation, in the case of patients with this disease, a 60% They have it depression, 90% anxiety and 85% gifts itching important.
In addition, they cause mainly itching, because the hours of sleep are affected, on average, they are less than 2.5 hours in the general population.
In addition, 27% Patients have physical or mental persecution, especially children and a 11% They feel discriminated against the skin.
"One of the characteristics of this illness is the appearance of skin injuries and blood vessels. In many cases, the patients conceal symptoms, do not take places or lose their jobs, avoid some teasing or cope with them," said María de Jesús Vázquez, an allergist.
Although treatment, in moderate and moderate cases, focuses on skin hydration and drugs, especially steroids and cortisone, 2% of patients do not control the disease.
"At least 60% of cases are mild, 15% are serious and others are moderated, but many self-medications and lack of follow-up remain the condition for patients," said dermatologist Linda García, president of the Mexican Dermatology Academy.
Specialists should pay special attention to the patients, such as using special soap, only in hot water and in a short time they wear cotton clothes, avoid sweating and temperature changes.
In addition, it must be taken into account that multicentre treatment is required to achieve good control of the disease.
Dr Javier Gómez, Mexico's President of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, stresses the need for patients to follow treatment and doctor's guidelines in a timely manner.
"Unless otherwise, it may lead to the development of other conditions such as diabetes, hypertension or glaucoma, especially if the medication is not properly taken," he said.
The specialists asked that the public be aware that they are symptoms, because they are the main indicator of this disease and they were also invited to take part in the #BajoMiPielDA campaign. This is aimed at knowing and promoting this illness.