Most people with eczema ask the following questions; what is eczema, what causes it, and what are the treatments? The following article answers these three commonly asked questions and provides guidance and recommendations to live a better more bearable life with eczema.
Eczema is a skin condition where the skin becomes inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and very rough. This term is usually used to generally describe common skin conditions like atopic and contact dermatitis as well as dyshidrotic and nummular eczema. Along with the aforementioned effects, the skin of those who suffer from eczema may start to blister if not treated properly. With this being said, there are several things that can lead to this drastic effect. The following article delves into the causes and triggers of eczema as well as what to do to prevent and treat them.
COVID-19. The Coronavirus. It goes by many names but it can infect anyone in the world. Everyone is vulnerable including people who may suffer from eczema. The constant hand washing to keep themselves safe from this invisible threat can be very damaging. The following article delves into what COVID-19 is and how people with eczema can stay safe!
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Having eczema can naturally rule out some things from your life, but can you get a tattoo?
Normally we talk mostly about babies and children with eczema on Our Eczema Story, so we just want to say – this is not one of those articles!
This article is purely for grown-ups
Is tea bad for eczema? Many types of food and drink are triggers that cause your eczema to flare-up. Both tea and coffee contain high amounts of salicylates, which is a natural pesticide that unfortunately can trigger eczema for some people. Try switching to green tea which is high in
I’m not too worried for myself anymore as my days of having a full head of hair are long gone but I do worry about my Children. This problem is not just a male thing it’s just as relevant for women who suffer from eczema.
All the scratching we do
After receiving a question from one of our readers who asked: “Will My Eczema Stop Me Joining The Military?” We started to look into the reasoning for the Military either not accepting you in the first place or them discharging people who started to suffer from eczema and other skin
Does your child want a pet but you’re worried it will aggravate their allergies or eczema condition?
There are some alternative pets for allergy sufferers that you might want to consider.
It’s hard to say no to your child having a pet, especially if they suffer from eczema or allergies.
Weighted Blankets Pros and Cons – Can they help with anxiety?
We recently purchased a weighted blanket for our son, we were advised to buy one to help him sleep at night because his ADHD and Autism kept him awake at night.
He feels very nervous and anxious at night and
Autism affects around 2.8 Million people worldwide and around 900,000 in the US alone. Autism has a massive impact on the person diagnosed with the condition and also their friends and families. In this review, we discuss Sensory toys for adults with learning disabilities including Autism.
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Certain foods don’t cause eczema, but there are foods which can make it worse, as well as food which makes it better. Often eczema sufferers get flare-ups when they eat certain foods and they need to look at eczema diet for adults which may hold the key it easing their itching.
We wish that simple changes to your diet would get rid of eczema forever, but that little skin condition is a bit more stubborn than that. Food allergies or intolerances don’t cause eczema, but if you suffer from it, certain foods may cause you to flare up. In this article, we’ll help you identify foods that cause itching, redness…….
Eczema is not a specific disease but it is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become red and raised tiny sores containing fluid atop, elevated plaques. It is very common nowadays but fortunately not contagious that means you can’t catch it from someone else.
I’m sorry if this blog isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, but living with eczema is anything but, also the fact that eczema and depression go hand in hand. Granted, eczema is a painful condition characterized by feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, questions of “why me” just to mention but a few
We set up this website to help anyone who suffers or cares for someone with Eczema. eczema support and contact details are so important. Often, I get asked ‘ who apart from my doctor can help me’ Well. there are many organization out there that offer free and impartial information and advice.
There are loads of variations on these so please seek medical advice and don’t self-diagnose as this can lead to the wrong type of treatment being applied. People often say to us ‘ I suffer from eczema’ and we reply ‘ which type?’ and I’m always shocked when they say they don’t know..
Eczema is one group of skin conditions that can cause various symptoms including bleeding, sores, oozing, crusting, scaling, thickened skin and pigmentation changes.