Posts Tagged ‘stress induced eczema’

How An Eczema Massage Can Benefit The Body and Mind

By Kortney Kwong Hing (see bio below) Is your eczema holding you back from getting a massage? I get it, when I have flares I like to keep them concealed and the last thing I would want is to have someone touching my skin on and around them. I also used to be embarrassed by…

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Linking Eczema with Stress and Sleep

We all know how stress can trigger eczema, so it’s important to keep stress under control in order to prevent flare-ups. In our previous blog post, Eczema and Stress: Are They Related? Learn to Calm You Mind and Skin, we discussed a variety of tips to control stress and say goodbye to stress eczema (stress…

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The Link Between Eczema and Stress: How to be Calm

As you read this, more than 32 million Americans are scratching their skin due to eczema.  According to the National Eczema Association, eczema affects at least 10% of people in the United States. Eczema is a skin disorder that is triggered by allergens and other irritants, infections, extreme weather temperatures, and the one that we…

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