Strong sun, hot weather, beware of "heat rash"
Idea shared by ritcha filterfar - April 1 at 3:39 AM
It wasn't until April, but the weather was too hot. Staying in a house can still turn on the air conditioner to extinguish the heat. But if having to go outside the building In an outdoor area that receives direct sunlight, I can say that it is terrible. If not taking good care of your health May cause health problems or various illnesses of the comorbidities to come up. One of the diseases that frequently relapses during the summer is "heat stroke".
“Heat rash” is a type of inflammatory skin rash that is caused by blockage of sweat glands. It is a common disease especially in infants and young children due to poor sweat gland function. Easily clogging the ducts of the sweat glands However, in adolescents and adults, the condition can also be found. Especially at risk groups such as the elderly Obese Those who like to wear very tight clothes
As for the symptoms of the disease, rashes are often found in areas with heavy sweat glands such as the forehead, chest and back, especially in hot weather. After exercise with a lot of sweating, fever, or a blockage of the skin. In addition, rashes often appear underneath clothing. Or the face, neck, back, chest and thighs, young children often develop heat in the neck, shoulders and chest, and sometimes may appear in the armpits, crooks, arms and groin
The appearance of the rash varies according to the degree of blockage of the sweat glands' ducts. The appearance of the rash can be different depending on where the blockage occurs as follows.
A rash that looks like a small clear blister Thin skin Looks like a drop of water Caused by blockage of the ducts of the sweat glands on the upper part of the epidermis. Miliaria crystallina, known as Miliaria crystallina, is most common, especially on the face and forehead of infants who are incubators or phototherapy for long periods of time.
A red blister, 2-4 mm in size, or Miliaria rubra (prickly heat) is the most common type of rash. Caused by blockage of the ducts of the sweat glands at the lower part of the epidermis. It is often found on the nape, forehead, chest, back and folds. It is often more itchy and itchy when you sweat.
For most mild and mild rashes, no treatment is required, as the rash can resolve on its own. Should avoid being exposed to the sun Hot weather Or a condition that will cause a lot of sweating This will stimulate the clogging of the sweat gland ducts. Wear breathable clothing such as cotton. In addition, bathing, entering cool places. Or use a cold towel to help reduce the rash, however, heat rash can usually heal on its own. But the rash often comes and goes, if the hot weather cannot be avoided. Or activities that cause excessive sweating

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