Coronavirus and Your Eczema: What You Need to Know
Although there are many aspects to #eczema that can contribute to a reduction in quality of life, chronic itch is consistently ranked as the most prominent. Itch, referred to as ‘pruritus’ by doctors, affects every aspect of life, from falling or staying asleep to a patient’s ability to work, maintain intimate relationships, or even wear … Continue reading Improving Itch
In the hope of providing a platform where patients with eczema can freely discuss, Eczema Quebec will be hosting Atopic Discussion, a support group for patients with eczema on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Join us during this exchange as part of Eczema Awareness Month in Canada moderated by Charlie … Continue reading Atopic Discussion: Support group for patients with eczema
One of the key principles of guideline-based management of your #eczema involves environmental trigger avoidance. Sounds simple enough, right? Some environmental triggers can be avoided, but many others, including the change of seasons, are harder to avoid. People with atopic dermatitis also have skin that is more sensitive to its environment. With winter on its … Continue reading Why is my skin so dry in the winter?
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