Remedy for chicken pox itching

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The most painful aspect of chicken pox is itching. Although there is no cure for this itching, there are ways to reduce itching and the itching doesn't last longer that the chicken pox outbreak.

1. Bathe is lukewarm water and then dry the skin thoroughly by padding with a towel. Don't rub the towel against the skin.
2. Hydration is the key. Drink lots of water and fresh juices. Avoid coffee and tea.
3. Lie on soft and smooth fabric. Avoid furry fabric.

The natural reaction to itching is scratching. Scratching only irritates the skin and cause more pain and discomfort.

Chicken pox generally occurs when we are young children. It is difficult to explain the kids not to scratch, especially with younger kids. Try to distract them as much as possible, and trim their finger nails.

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