Eczema is often caused by stress. This type of stress-related eczema is known as skin diseases that occur with itching on the skin. Stress eczema, which is more common in women than men, can become serious over time. So what is stress eczema and what are its symptoms? How is stress-related eczema treated?
While the skin, the largest organ of our body, creates a boundary between the internal and external environments of the person, it has an important role in the reflection of our emotions and reactions. It is seen that approximately 40 percent of dermatological diseases have an accompanying psychological disorder. Stress eczema is extremely common. Stress eczema is the most common skin disease caused by stress. Those suffering from stress-related eczema can consult a dermatologist and use a cream to reduce itching and redness. Although eczema is a type of disease that is more common especially in winter, those affected by today’s events are trying to cope with stress-related eczema.
Experts call stress eczema as the reflection of situations such as psychological stresses, work intensity, unemployment on the skin, and the expression of one’s body in today’s environment. For stress eczema, you can use the creams and drugs that the doctor will give, and at the end of our article, Prof. Dr. You can also apply the mulberry cure recommended by İbrahim Saraçoğlu.
SO, IN WHICH REGIONS DOES STRESS-ASSISTED ECZEMA OPERATE AND WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
Stress-induced eczema is a skin condition that can occur anywhere on the body. Most;
- back area
It occurs in places such as the legs. Although the symptoms of stress-related eczema vary from person to person, it mostly occurs with redness and itching on the skin. Often these itches get worse over time and become unbearable. Eczema itching can worsen over time. Sometimes, even wounds can occur on the skin. However, since these symptoms are different for everyone, it is very important for the person to control himself.
HOW IS STRESS RELATED ECZEMA TREATED?
The occurrence of eczema due to stress causes people to be more stressed. This creates a vicious circle. For this reason, early diagnosis and treatment of stress-related eczema is extremely important.
If eczema is not treated or treatment is delayed, open sores may occur in the area. Worse still, there is a risk of infection of these wounds. In order to eliminate stress-related eczema, first of all, stress factors must be eliminated.
PROF. BLUE CURE RECIPES FOR ECZEMA FROM DR İBRAHİM SARAÇOĞLU:
Buy a pet bottle of water from the market. Put 1 handful of dried white mulberry into 2 glasses of water and cook for 6 minutes. boil on low heat. Take it off the stove and let it cool down a bit, when it gets warm enough not to burn your hands, put your eczema hands in the bowl and let it sit for at least 10 minutes. Do not wash your hands for an hour. Wash your hands after an hour has passed. If the eczema is not on your hands but on other parts of your skin, apply this water to the areas with eczema. Continue this practice three times a week. Prepare this cure fresh each time, do not use the same cure all the time. Make sure that the container you dip your hands in does not get cold. Mulberry cure water should be at a level (from warm to hot) not to burn your hands. Reheat if necessary. If the eczema is on your feet or wrists, scoop this water and pour it on the eczema areas.