Tres mujeres con eczema describen las formas en que combaten los brotes nocturnos.

” she says. “I also started using non-toxic household, personal care, and beauty products to help with my skin. I also started to move my body and sweat regularly, as it helps with my stress levels and skin health.”

Johnston, too, emphasizes the importance of a healthy diet. “I have found that increasing my intake of omega-3 fatty acids from sources like oily fish, flaxseeds, and walnuts has improved my skin’s condition,” she says. “I have also found that reducing my intake of dairy, sugar, and processed foods has helped to reduce inflammation and flare-ups.”

Loubatieres believes in the power of the mind to improve skin health. “Mental health is just as vital as physical health when it comes to managing eczema,” she says. “Stress can cause flare-ups, so I try to reduce stress by practicing mindfulness meditation in the morning and before bed. I also use the Headspace app to guide me through meditation.”

When you’re facing the challenges of eczema, it’s essential to remember that you’re not alone. “I would say to anyone who is struggling with eczema that it’s important to find a supportive community,” says Johnston. “Whether that’s through social media, online forums, or your local GP, it’s important to share your experiences and get help when you need it. There are so many resources available that can help you manage your symptoms and live a better quality of life.”

By following the advice of those who have walked the path before you, you can find ways to cope with the nighttime struggles of eczema. With consistency, self-care, and a positive mindset, you can create a bedtime routine that helps you get the restful sleep your body craves. And remember, there is always hope for a better tomorrow.

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