Itchy Hands And Feet With No Rash Causes

Itchy Hands And Feet

Itchy hands and feet can drive you to distraction. Atopic dermatitis is a common cause of itchy hands and feet. People with atopic dermatitis may notice rashes and have itchy, dry skin. The cause of atopic dermatitis is not fully understood. If you scratch atopic dermatitis, and it is hard not to, then you can develop complications like swelling, redness, cracking, scaling, thick skin, crusting and clear fluid “weeping.”

Dyshidrotic eczema is a type of atopic dermatitis that specifically affects the skin on the soles of the feet and the palms of the hands. The skin becomes irritated and the patient develops deep, clear blisters that burn and itch. Atopic dermatitis can cause an itchy rash on legs as well. Atopic dermatitis has periods of activity or flares and also periods of relative calm. If you have itchy hands and feet and have these symptoms, you should see a dermatologist. Itchy feet at night is often more noticeable than in the day because you are not distracted with daily activities.

Itchy hands and feet could be the result of a neurological disorder, particularly if you have itchy skin no rash. Itchy skin is common in patients with kidney disease. Allergies are frequently the cause of itching.

Itchy armpits also have numerous causes. Allergies to antiperspirants should be considered.Sweat itself can cause your armpits to itch. Chafing from movement may result in irritating and itching. Sweat glands can become plugged leading to pain and itching.

It is difficult for the average lay person to figure out the cause of itching unless it is something obvious like a bug bite or exposure to a poisonous plant. If your itching does not respond to over the counter medication and home remedies, you should make an appointment with a dermatologist who will be able to make an accurate diagnosis and prescribe a treatment plan.