How To Prevent Scabies Itching From Getting Worse?

The most contagious skin infection, scabies is said to be caused by the presence of ‘human itch’ mites. These mites can attack anyone and anywhere. As they are said to causes intense itching, it is important to learn how to control itch in humans. Find out detailed information here.

How To Prevent Scabies Itching From Getting Worse?

Being one of the itchiest skin rashes, scabies rash comes with a major drawback that it is highly contagious. Yes, it can spread through direct touch of the skin and can cause the transfer of mites from one person to another. While the rash is an allergic response to the foreign material, it leads to intense itching which gets severe at night time.

How to get rid of scabies itching?

This is the most commonly asked question. So, here are listed some of the best trusted solutions to put an end to itching.  Have a look:

Shower in cold water:

Generally, it is said that having a hot water would help kill mite. But do you know scalding hot showers are more likely to make your itch worse. Actually, hot water quickly dries out and cause more irritation to the skin. Hence, if you bathe in cold water you, it will be more helpful in soothing your skin and keeping the natural balance of oils. In case, it is winters and you cannot handle cold water showers, you can go for lukewarm water which is bearable.

Choose your soap and detergents wisely:

Just like the hot water, even the harsh soaps can strip of your skin of natural oils. While most of the soaps available these days in the stores have skin irritants which can cause inflammation and symptoms like eczema. Hence, it is essential for you to avoid the products which consist of these irritants. Instead you can use a soap formulated with natural elements and reduces scabies symptoms.

Soak up in colloidal oatmeal:

It doesn’t require much of your efforts. Basically, it is all about preparing colloidal oatmeal which can be simply done with oats grounded into an extremely fine powder. Now add it to bathwater and it will create a milky cloud which will stay in the water. Actually, this solution has properties of comforting the itching sensation and hence, you have to soak yourself in the solution. Let it nourish your skin and keep the itch away.

How to prepare the bathing solution?

Fill your bath tub with lukewarm water and add a packet of colloidal oatmeal to it. Mix it well till the oatmeal disperses well. While it is self-sufficient for relief from itch, but some other good ingredients you can add to your oatmeal bath includes baking soda and coconut oil. You can take upwards of three baths a day. Remember, after a long soak you need to wash off a bit in cold water.

In addition, you need to understand that scabies had to be treated properly. For this you need a solution which cures the problem from deep-root, i.e. the mites and eggs need to washed off. You can do it easily with the help of Dr. Scabies. A homeopathic solution which consists of sulfur and other natural ingredients is ideal to kill both mites and eggs. You can buy it over the counter and use it for treating anyone in your family.

Lastly, it is worth noticing that the scabies rash appears similar to many other skin problems such as atopic eczema, poison oak and other rashes. Hence, it isn't always simple to diagnose. If itching persists even after doing all of the above, you need to consult a physician.

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