Language
Pills Search
Language
Categories
  • +Anti-Allergic/Asthma (33)
  • +Anti-Depressant (39)
  • +Anti-Herpes (2)
  • +Anti-Infectives (31)
  • +Anti-Smoking (2)
  • +Antibiotics (43)
  • +Cancer (11)
  • +Cardio & Blood (95)
  • Diabetes (23)
  • +Epilepsy (7)
  • +Gastrointestinal (22)
  • +General Health (50)
  • +Hair Loss (1)
  • +Healthy Bones (20)
  • +Herbals (5)
  • +HIV (7)
  • +Hormonal (1)
  • +Men’s Health (17)
  • +Mental Disorders (9)
  • +Pain Relief/Muscle Relaxant (45)
  • +Parkinson And Alzheimer (7)
  • +Sexual Health (2)
  • +Skin Care (16)
  • +Weight Loss (6)
  • +Women’s Health (37)

Avandaryl (Glimepiride, Rosiglitazone)

###table###Avandaryl(Glimepiride,Rosiglitazone)
SKIN DISORDERS IN ADULTS: NICKEL AND PLANTS AS CAUSES OF CONTACT ALLERGIC DERMATITIS
Nickel
Nickel is present in fake jewellery, particularly earrings, which can cause dermatitis around the ears. The most common way people become allergic to nickel is by having their ears pierced. Nickel is also present in bra clips, coins, keys, jeans studs and watch clips. There is a number of things you can do if you are allergic to nickel:
- Wear real gold or silver jewellery. You must remember, however, that the clips, especially those on clip-on earrings, must also be made of real gold or silver.
- Glue a small sequin or button onto the earring clips so that the nickel will not come directly into contact with your skin.
- Metal watch clips can be changed over to plastic or painted with clear nail polish.
- Sew material over jeans studs or bra clips so that the metal will not touch your skin.
- A chemical called dimethylglyoxine can be used to test whether nickel is present in a metal object. If nickel is present, the liquid will turn pink.
Plants
Not everything natural is good for the skin. Although many plants are beautiful in the garden, they can produce nasty reactions on the skin. In children especially, severe allergic reactions can afflict the face and can also produce a streaky rash on the arms. Rhus is well known for producing this sort of reaction, but chrysanthemums, grevillea, lilies, oleander and primula can all cause similar reactions.
Decorative plants and flowers are more likely to produce allergic reactions, particularly in those who work in florist shops and nurseries. Alstramera, a member of the tulip family, is increasingly used in bouquets and can cause severe and even chronic hand dermatitis.
*47/150/5*

Leave a Reply