Sometimes, instead of a rash in humans, there are small bubbles, which are filled with a clear liquid. Basically, the rash affects the skin of children as it is delicate and is easily injured. But sometimes the disease may appear in adults. Causes heat rash is mainly the overheating of the body and excessive sweating. Now, for example, a disease common among infants. This is due to the strong wrapping or synthetic kid's garment, in violation of gas exchange in the skin. Skin newborn baby is not perfect and can not resist aggression from the environment.

Disease miliaria is not contagious and is completely safe. Her treatment can be carried out at home. But at the first sign of rash, you need to go to the doctor because of unpleasant itching bothers the baby and his mother.

Miliaria is localized on the neck, the back, the elbow, and groin creases. Therefore, you should pay attention to the hygiene of these areas of the skin and clothing.


If the sweating sickness appeared in the adult, it is necessary to strictly observe personal hygiene of the body and be sure to take multivitamins and minerals. In treating heat rash is also used antihistamine and desensitizing agents. With infants the situation is a bit complicated. The use of drugs is contraindicated. So diaper rash is treated with solutions. Now use 1-2% alcohol solution of salicylic acid, boric acid and potassium permanganate (potassium permanganate). To reduce itching use: 1% chlorophyllin, fukortsin and methylene blue 1%. If the sweating sickness appeared in children, treatment consists of regular baths with herbal decoctions. Use only fresh herbs old herbs lose their healing power. All procedures were followed in 3 days will save your child from disease.


When the sweating sickness complications almost never happens. Mostly on a rash can cause small bubbles. When they occur, immediately stop the medication and consult a doctor. He'll need to figure out the cause of the complications and correct treatment. If the disease is severe, then the kids can assign antihistamines.