I have spoken to so many people who suffer from eczema of all ages. I have heard tons of stories and they all kind of end the same, ‘I still have it”. We all use the same products that are not working and still trying to fight the horrible condition. I want to talk about what else eczema causes. Did you know that most people who suffer from eczema also suffer from asthma and allergies? Why is that most people have all 3 issues, asthma allergies and eczema?
People with eczema also may have asthma and certain allergies, such as hay fever. For some, food allergies (such as allergies to cow’s milk, soy, eggs, fish, or wheat) may bring on or worsen eczema. Allergies to animal dander, rough fabrics, and dust may also trigger the condition in some people. In many people, the itchy patches of eczema usually appear where the elbow bends; on the backs of the knees, ankles, and wrists; and on the face, neck, and upper chest — although any part of the body can be affected.
In an eczema flare-up, skin may feel hot and itchy at first. Then, if the person scratches, the skin may become red, inflamed, or blistered. Some people who have eczema scratch their skin so much it becomes almost leathery in texture. Others find that their skin becomes extremely dry and scaly. Even though many people have eczema, the symptoms can vary quite a bit from person to person.
You do not have to suffer from eczema, a simple switch to different brands can make a world of difference. I am here to help you recover and treat your eczema safely.
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