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Posted on Sep 22, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Demodex Treatment With Chemical Medications and Natural Remedies. Ivermectin Side Effects

The presence of demodex mites on human skin can bring about different kinds of skin problems. They may cause redness, itching, inflammation, and many other disorders. Due to this, it is highly important to get proper treatment once you have already confirmed that those parasites are the cause of various face and scalp manifestations that you have. Without getting appropriate treatment, the manifestations will never go away. In addition, you may potentially spread the parasites to other people. For demodex infestation or demodicosis, there are chemical medications and natural remedies that you can use.

Chemical Treatment

Your doctor may inform you that ivermectin is a medication that you can use to eliminate demodex mites. You need your doctor’s prescription so that you’ll be able to get access to ivermectin. This medication can be administered either by injection or more commonly by mouth. If taken by mouth, you can take it prior to eating a meal and you should then drink a glass of water.

Taking ivermectin, similar to other medications, can give way to side effects that include nausea, dizziness, and diarrhea. There are also some severe side effects that you need to observe: fast heartbeat, joint pain, fever, peeling skin, fainting, difficulty breathing, changes in vision, and seizures. If any of these effects occur, remember to seek medical attention at once. Ivermectin is also contraindicated to women who are breast feeding, individuals who have diseases in the liver or kidney, and children below five years old.

There may also be chemical based-shampoo or soap that may be prescribed to you by your doctor. Make sure to follow the instructions on how to apply those shampoo or soap so that you will be able to get optimum results.

Natural Remedy

There are natural products that can get rid of demodex mites along with their skin and scalp manifestations. Such natural products may have any of the following as their active ingredient: tea tree oil, olive leaf, neem oil, sulfur, and lemon grass oil, among others.

Although both chemical medications and natural remedies can be effective in terms of eradicating demodicosis, it is much ideal to use natural products. By using them, you will never experience any kind of side effects. You will be able to improve the condition of your skin without having to endanger yourself with unwanted effects that can harm your health. Their price is also a lot friendlier as compared to chemical treatments.

Immune System

Demodex mites can reproduce uncontrollably and increase their population dramatically when the person’s immunity is compromised. Whichever you choose between chemical treatment and natural remedy, it is extremely important to take care of your immune system. Therefore, you have to eat healthy foods, exercise regularly, and make healthy life choices. It also goes to show that it will be significant to stop or avoid smoking or drinking alcohol. By doing all these, your immunity will be enhanced and you will be able to create an environment that will not nourish the mites.

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