Lifestyle Changes

Many factors can affect your eczema. Controlling them may help with your symptoms. Sweating while you exercise, what you wear, and even the type of laundry detergent you use can affect your eczema. Read more about it here.*
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How to Find Real Relief for Dry Skin

We tend to think of itchy skin as an annoyance that grows more common with age, not as a serious health concern. But itchiness can lead to loss of sleep and depression, especially when scratching fails to provide relief. Read about tips that may help you manage your dry skin.
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The 8 Best Foods to Naturally Ease Eczema – and What to Avoid

Diet may play a role in helping you gain better control over eczema. Since it is an inflammatory disease, adopting an anti-inflammatory diet may be helpful. These 8 natural foods can help reduce inflammation, ease itchy skin, and alleviate other frustrating eczema symptoms. It's always a good idea to speak with your dermatologist about changes to your diet, treatments and daily routine.
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Best Fabrics for People With Eczema

Have you ever thought about clothing for sensitive skin? Like skin care, clothing can be an important factor in managing diseases like eczema. Learn about which fabrics you might want to avoid and which may be soothing for your skin.
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