What is Neurodermatitis?
Neurodermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease where on one hand the function of the skin barrier is defective, and on the other hand, enhanced immune reactions occur. Atopic dermatitis is not curable, but very treatable, with complete freedom from symptoms now possible.
Impacts on the sleep of children and parents
Sleep disturbances in children with atopic dermatitis often also have negative impacts on the parents' sleep quality, as they frequently wake up to soothe their child and treat symptoms. If the child then sleeps in the parents' bed (known as "co-sleeping"), it can affect the night's rest for the entire family.
...and there are also after-effects during the day!
Sleep disturbances also have far-reaching unpleasant impacts on the overall well-being of the child and the family. Studies suggest that daytime behavior is also influenced by the reduced night-time sleep quality in cases of atopic dermatitis.
Neurodermatitis in Babies and Toddlers: What You Should Know
Neurodermatitis in children is very widespread, as this skin disease now affects almost every 7th child! Seeing your own child suffer is usually very tormenting for parents, and there is no one-size-fits-all remedy for atopic dermatitis. However, with the right skincare, long-term conventional medical treatment, and a few basic tips, you can lead a fairly normal life.
For most affected, the long nights accompanied by itching and insomnia are a torment.
That's why we have made it our mission to contribute a part in supporting those affected.
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