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Stress, hormones and eczema

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Hormones are chemical messengers that run the different systems of the body. They are produced by the liver, the brain and other organs such as the ovaries. Hormones can also be produced by specialized glands, such as the thyroid and adrenal glands.

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Environmental Factors and Eczema

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All these environmental factors can either trigger a flare-up, make symptoms more severe, or make them last longer. Fortunately, there are ways of reducing the impact of these environmental triggers without wrapping yourself in hermetically sealed plastic or moving home!

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The benefits of keeping an eczema journal

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Even if you are unable to do your diary every day (because: life), the fact that you are raising your awareness of your actions and environment is likely to provide useful clues.

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Identifying Eczema

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Which type of eczema might you have?

‘Eczema’ is an umbrella term for lots of different kinds of rash. Knowing which of the many sub-types of eczema you have can help you relieve the symptoms more effectively.

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Winter Skin Care Tips for Infants and Babies

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All your winter skin care concerns go at least double if you have an infant or baby. Wet, wintry weather is not much fun without the right preparation. Here are 5 tips to help weatherproof you and your little one during cold, wet weather.

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