No matter how eczema is caused it is bound to get worse when you sweat a lot, now do you get the title? I was quite impressed with my creativeness, anyway. If you live somewhere with a tropical climate then its very difficult to avoid perspiration. Body sweat is salty, and so this will cause itching of the already inflamed skin, and can be very painful and annoying for an eczema sufferer.
Not sweating is obviously a possible cure, but thats impossible! Even the best anti-persparant deodorant maybe unable to control your sweating, and anyway these themselves may aggravate your condition. Its simply impossible to avoid everything that causes perspiration especially if he is living in a tropical country.
It is however possible to minimize the amount you sweat, you can for example avoid direct heavy exercise which involves lots of hard work. But you cant possibly avoid all of your daily activities. Allergic people are advised to go about exercising indoors only, in air conditioned rooms. Generic good health and skins health can be maintained through regular exercise.
Another factor to reduce perspiration is to use cotton clothing which are looser and do not stick to the body, this allows the body to breathe and so the body should get sufficiently good air circulation. During perspiration a lot of water is lost through the surface of our skin. To replenish this loss of water it is vital that you drink enough water.
We are all told how dangerous the sun is these days, however a little sunshine might actually be beneficial to an eczema patient because it provides vitamin D for the skin and also kills off some germs. It also seems to burn off any rough patches that you have on your skin.
Perspiration might become a problem because of use of sunscreens, many of these prevent the skin from breathing and so can lead to perspiration.
You should seek advice from dermatologists for all cases of eczema, hopefully this way you will be able to find the perfect solution.