Interestingly, people with eczema report much worse itching at nighttime. Melatonin is vital to regulate the circadian rhythm allowing for efficient sleep, and supplementation in children with eczema may significantly improve sleep duration and quality.
Medical treatment for vitiligo should not only focus on improving the appearance of the affected areas, but help elevate self-esteem through activities not directly related to outward appearance. While many treatment options are available to treat the underlying disease, the psychological effects of vitiligo may be best remedied with public awareness.
The inaugural Integrative Esthetician Track hosted by LearnSkin was a resounding success! Catch a glimpse of what we covered. You may be inspired 😀
The fifth annual Integrative Dermatology Symposium was a resounding success! Catch a glimpse of what we covered throughout the session. You may be inspired 😀
Most of us have heard misconceptions about HS before. Unfortunately, the misconceptions and stigmas run deep, including being ingrained in the opinions of some in the medical field. Seeking help from those who perpetuate the stigmas is counterproductive, and the experts at HS Connect are working diligently to change that.
Scientists have shown that multiple skin diseases, including acne, eczema, and seborrheic dermatitis, are associated with abnormal changes in the skin microbiome. Have you considered how the skin microbiome might play a role in skin health and understanding vitiligo?
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Patients with hidradenitis suppurativa suffer more from a mental health standpoint than those with other common skin conditions. Healthcare providers and those afflicted should understand that the disease’s chronic nature can affect physical and psychological health.
The emotional toll from hair loss goes beyond skin deep. There are many negative emotions and feelings that come with hair loss, and these must be acknowledged by physicians to care for patients holistically.
While one disease may affect the physiological aspects of the body, another can affect the psychological need for human interaction. While skin diseases may seem more superficial when compared to the myriad of potential internal diseases, individuals suffering from skin diseases have deeper psychological effects.