Can we take bath during chicken pox?

Можно ли принимать ванну при ветрянке?Good day, dear readers! Chicken pox — an acute viral disease, which has an unpleasant symptom, such as rash all over the body, which persistently itchy, turns into Valderice, broken, and covered with crusts.

You probably know that this rash can easily infect bacteria, which penetrate into the bursting Valderice. So, to avoid this, you need to observe hygiene and to clean the skin in a timely manner.

And how to do it, if many doctors are forbidden to swim ? In fact, if you do it correctly, nothing bad will happen.

Bath during chickenpox may be ill, but not normal, and special, medical. Read the article and learn is it dangerous to take a bath during chicken pox.

Can I wash suffering from chickenpox?

Можно ли принимать ванну при ветрянке?Since ancient times doctors forbid the sick chicken pox swimming. Why? Because the virus causing this disease, not dying in the water and can easily be transported with it. During the reception of water procedures can inadvertently injure the elements of the rash.

Viruses provocateurs are in their content. Emerging issues: means to swim when chicken pox you can not do? Fortunately, it is possible, but it should be done very carefully.

Modern doctors say that water treatments are suffering not just harmless, and even essential. On the skin there are many bacteria that thrive in sweat, dead epidermis cells and sebum.

If all this does not wash off, it gets inside pimples, one way or another at some point lose their integrity. In such a situation to viral diseases will be bacterial and skin. Such complications are extremely dangerous for the suffering from chicken pox and can cause:

  • ulcers (bullous chickenpox);
  • scar in place of the pimples;
  • scars after the pimples in the form of dimples;
  • long non-healing ulcers.
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So the answer to the question: is it possible to wash with smallpox in the modern world positive. But is it possible to lie in the bath ill? Let’s deal.

What kind of water treatments to choose?

Можно ли принимать ванну при ветрянке?For the sick varicella is better, of course, long stewing in the water. Therefore, the more desirable is the shower. But if possible to take a shower not, you will have to use the bathroom.

Another bath is shown in situations, when a patient tormented by severe itching. Thus water can be done treatment, able to eliminate it. How? Read on to find out.

I have a few recipes baths for the ill that will eliminate itching and promote healing of pimples.

But more on that later. And now let’s find out when you can take water treatments.

When ill can be bought?

During acute viral disease it can not in all cases. Here is a list of cases where water treatments are contraindicated:

  • if a high temperature;
  • if you are suffering feel weakness, malaise, dizziness;
  • if the pressure is increased;
  • if the skin is a big part of the pimples hurt.

But if the above symptoms are not observed, then you can safely wash in the bathroom. Even the Ukrainian pediatrician Komorowski sure that water treatment for the patient with smallpox is vital.

Prepare the bath

To the bath was not easy, and treatment, it is possible to add broths of medicinal plants (herbal teas you can buy in pharmacies or over the Internet):

  • chamomile;
  • celandine;
  • calendula.
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Можно ли принимать ванну при ветрянке?In addition, in the water you can add a decoction of oak bark. This remedy has astringent properties, so the pimples will begin to heal faster.

Baths with herbal decoctions can be done with the chickenpox in children and adults. The only contraindication is the presence of Allergy to grass or oak bark.

Decoctions are prepared in elementary. A pinch of dry plants, pour a glass of boiling water (just like tea) and infuse or boil for a few minutes (the second option is faster).

Cups of broth would be enough for one bath. To make an overdose in the case of herbs impossible.

Potassium permanganate is the enemy of the infection

Ill with smallpox virus must the water for washing is necessary to add potassium permanganate. This medication is sure to have everyone in the medicine Cabinet. To take a bath 5-7 small crystals.

Можно ли принимать ванну при ветрянке?Preparing water for bathing with potassium permanganate, you need to make sure that all the crystals have dissolved completely. If they are in a consistent format will get on the skin, it can happen a chemical burn. Afraid of potassium permanganate is not worth it! Weak solution take even inside.

Water treatment with manganese can last no longer than 5-10 minutes. After washing, the skin should gently blot with a towel instead of rubbing, as many do. When it dries, each element of the lesions treated with green paint.

If ill suffer from a constant itch to bathe in rose water him every three hours. Potassium permanganate affects the skin:

  • disinfects;
  • reduces inflammation and irritation;
  • kills all the bacteria;
  • eliminates itching and pain (injured pimples sometimes sick).
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Soda — beautiful protivozudnoe tool

Bathing in water with baking soda will immediately relieve itching. To prepare the soda bath should be diluted in water, three tablespoons of baking soda. After bathing the pimples have to reprocess the green paint. To take water treatments with baking soda can be no more than ten minutes.

I recommend ill bathe in water with baking soda before bed. This remedy quickly relieves inflammation and irritation, disinfects and eliminates itching. The effect of the soda lasts long enough. The patient will be able to sleep and gain strength for a speedy recovery.

That’s all the information about baths in varicella is today. I hope you found it interesting. If so, share the read with your friends in the social. networks and subscribe to the updates site and visit us often. Up to new meetings!

The author: Elena Smirnova (dermatologist)