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Help Your Child Cope With Eczema: 5 Strategies for Coping

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As I’m sure you know, there is no cure for eczema. I’m sure you also know that managing eczema can be exhausting for everyone involved. It’s hard (to say the least) to watch someone you love go battle eczema. It is equally difficult to be a part of the support system for someone with eczema. You are probably asking yourself: What can I do to make this easier for my little one? What can I do to make this easier on the entire family? Below are five coping strategies that can help make managing eczema just a little bit easier. Let Read More

What are the best foods to avoid for eczema?

You are what you eat! We’ve been hearing that saying all of our lives. I bet you even tell your little one the same thing. That’s because it’s true. Believe it or not, what you eat or what you feed your little one might trigger (or improve) their eczema-related symptoms! Let me preface all of this by saying that there isn’t a single diet that cures everyone’s eczema. Makes sense, right? We are all different! The best advice I have is to listen to your body and avoid any foods that appear to worsen your symptoms! Food Allergies You might Read More

How To Sleep with An Eczema Flare-Up

Sleep is a super crucial component to everyone’s overall health. As I’m sure you know, when you are going through an eczema flare-up, sleep can be a nightmare! What makes it worse is that a lack of sleep is not only bad for your overall health, it make your eczema worse too. This study found that eczema was associated with higher odds of fatigue, regular daytime sleepiness, and regular insomnia. The good news is that this doesn’t have to be you! By following some of these tips and tricks, a good night’s sleep with eczema is possible! Keep it cool Read More

What’s the Deal with Coconut Oil and Eczema?

Benefits of Coconut Oil for Eczema Lately it seems that coconut oil can be used for anything: cooking, skin care, dental hygiene, hair care, etc. People with eczema often point to coconut oil as a way to relieve and soothe eczema. This is because coconut oil can be used as a moisturizer, as a way to promote wound healing, and as a way to reduce inflammation and pain. Coconut Oil as a Moisturizer Coconut oil can be used to help hydrate your skin. Especially the skin of those with scaly and itchy rashes caused by eczema. Keeping your skin hydrated Read More

Eczema and Vitamin D

Planning on spending extra time in the sun with your eczema warrior this summer? There is a ton of benefits to spending time in the sun – especially for children with eczema! Eczema and Vitamin D An experiment looked at whether or not deficient or insufficient levels of vitamin D correlate with the severity of atopic dermatitis (AD), which is a type of chronic and inflammatory eczema. This particularly study looked at 37 children and the severity of their atopic dermatitis. Ultimately, the data collected from this study suggest that vitamin D deficiency may be related to the severity of Read More