Readers are certainly aware of this because they use antihistamines [ed. note: antihistamines are used to help people with AD sleep, rather than to relieve itch] and topical steroids, both of which are generally staples of the medicine cabinet for allergic diseases.
Parents looked to traditional medicine to help their child with her severe eczema. Ayurvedic medicine help control their daughter's flares.
So you and your doctor may need to try a few different options to see what works best for you. Corticosteroid creams, solutions, foams, and ointments. These treatments made with hydrocortisone steroids can quickly relieve itching and reduce inflammation. NSAID ointment. Barrier repair moisturizers.
Following on from the great success of my '20 best oils for treating eczema' article
Read this article I wrote the other week if you're interested to find out some of the commonly unresolved contradictions and misconceptions on treating eczema.