Posts Tagged ‘stress and eczema’

Your Skin and Mind: Looking at Eczema and Depression

By Laura Dolgy (bio below) Living with eczema can be both physically and emotionally draining, not to mention it can really wreak havoc on self esteem and self love. But did you ever stop to think that perhaps negative thoughts are limiting you from truly healing? This week we look at the connection between eczema…

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5 Ways Eczema Parents Struggle and How to Empower Your Child

It’s National Eczema Awareness month in the US! And to celebrate, I have something REALLY, REALLY awesome to show you. It’s something I’ve been quietly working on for the past six months and I’m very happy to share it with you today. I proudly present, The Eczema Song! Kyle Dine, food allergy singer/song writer and…

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Looking at the bigger picture when it comes to healing dermatities

By Tami Bronstein, BSc Phyt (Hons), MNIMH, AHG (Bio Below) Relief; something we desperately seek when suffering.  Skin, as the largest organ of the body, can be an all-consuming suffering when eczema is in the picture.  As adults, we learn to distract ourselves from discomforts to some degree; children don’t understand, they simply succumb to…

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