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Many eczema families find themselves home-schooling their kids while working from home during the coronavirus outbreak. A special education expert (who is also an eczema parent) offers a wealth of at-home strategies.
Breaking the itch-scratch cycle with the right medications and good self-care can help control this frustrating type of eczema.
This itchy, coin-shaped rash can be a diagnostic challenge, but usually clears up with the correct treatment.
Ongoing care can help control the red rash and scaling of this frustrating type of eczema that can come and go for years.
This type of eczema, caused by poor circulation in the legs, is sometimes an indicator of a serious underlying disease.
A hard-to-break cycle of itching and scratching fuels this type of eczema.
Contact dermatitis is a form of eczema that occurs when the skin is exposed to an irritant or allergen resulting in a red, itchy or painful rash.
A blistering rash on hands or feet is the hallmark of this form of eczema, which is often triggered by stress.
I remember when I first got the onset of my dyshidrotic eczema in August of 2017. I had no clue that what seemed like a harmless little rash would soon take over my life and threaten my mental health.
Researchers have reported that meditation is a viable coping mechanism during eczema flares. Participants in the NEA-funded study found that consistent meditation helped improve concentration and gave them a sense of control over their itch.