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How To Prevent Fall Eczema Flareups!

Fall Away From Eczema Today!

 

 

Despite the hot weather and sunshine, the days are becoming shorter, and fall is coming. But something else is stirring in the air and on your skin ...

 

ECZEMA

 

And though eczema triggers exist year round, September eczema flareups hit people especially hard, which is why it's so important to PREPARE YOURSELF right now before the weather begins to change. (1)

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In this blog we talk about the dangers of fall eczema, and how to PREVENT ECZEMA FLAREUPS all season long!

 

FALL ECZEMA

 

 

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First thing's first, nobody quite knows exactly what the precise cause of eczema is. But the truth is that eczema is a truly debilitating skin disease that works by way of triggers. And there are a lot of them.

Eczema triggers are unique to the sufferer, which is why it's super important you understand what your triggers are. And a lot of these triggers happen to be caused by problems that arise during the fall, such as dry skin and environmental skin irritants. (2) (3) (4)

To put it simply, as the air dries, your skin suffers. This is because dry outdoor air combines with the rise in internal heating systems to leave your skin vulnerable and in desperate need of rehydration. (5)

 

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One particular form of eczema - asteatotic eczema - is seasonal and considered to be an eczema prone to affecting those in cooler climates. This form of eczema particularly affects those when their skin dries out.

Aside from this specific type of eczema, many other people experience flareups in transitional months and due to temperature fluctuations. This makes the usual advice of avoiding your triggers that much harder, unless there's a particular allergy that triggers you (and even then, it can be hard to avoid it). (7)

 

Avoiding your triggers is essential to reducing eczema flareups and subsequent irritation.

 

It can also be difficult to control the changes that can come as a result of the hot and cold. It's important to not let your skin get too cold, but it's also important to avoid hot water. Though this sounds like a contradiction, extreme changes in temperature irritate the skin, so it's important to MOISTURIZE often and transition gradually from one temperature to the next. (8)

 

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SPRING AHEAD

 

Knowing that fall is a difficult time of the year for those with eczema is one thing, but being able to prepare for it is another. And two of the best things you can do are control your skin and manage the PRODUCTS you use.

Using ALL-NATURAL PRODUCTS designed to fight dryness is essential to keeping away eczema this fall. This includes products that retain water in your skin and products that attract moisture to the outermost layer of your skin from your dermis (your second layer). (9)

 

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It's also important to be aware of the heavier clothes that people tend to wear during the fall. These heavy clothes can be irritating to your skin, and can work with indoor heating to cause eczema flareups during the fall transition season. (10)

 

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Another trigger for eczema that usually goes along with the fall is stress. And that's because stress (chronic or acute) releases stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol that are known to boost inflammation and hurt your immune system.

To help remedy the common stressors that go along with fall, it's a good idea to practice yoga and mindful breathing, while certain NATURAL INGREDIENTS such as LAVENDER have also been know to reduce stress. (12) (13)

And in addition to keeping your skin MOISTURIZED 2-3 times a day and your mind STRESS-FREE, avoid chemicals, alcohols, and harsh soaps, and be sure you're keeping your nails cut or wearing gloves. Remember: scratching just makes the irritation worse! (14)

 

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Sources:
  1. https://nationaleczema.org/blog/earning-place-sun/
  2. https://www.healthline.com/health/severe-eczema/triggers-how-to-avoid
  3. https://www.healthline.com/health/severe-eczema/triggers-how-to-avoid#what-is-a-flare-up
  4. https://www.healthline.com/health/severe-eczema/triggers-how-to-avoid#what-causes-flare-ups
  5. https://www.seton.net/skin-care/2016/12/30/4-things-eczema-can-tell-health/
  6. https://buckscountyherald.com/stories/fighting-the-fall-eczema-itch,12840
  7. https://patient.info/news-and-features/how-the-seasons-affect-your-eczema
  8. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322422
  9. https://eczema.org/information-and-advice/triggers-for-eczema/weather-and-eczema/
  10. https://clearlyderm.com/four-seasons-guide-living-with-eczema/
  11. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/atopic-eczema/causes/
  12. https://www.everydayhealth.com/eczema/ways-youre-making-your-atopic-dermatitis-worse/
  13. https://www.healthline.com/health/anxiety/lavender-for-anxiety
  14. https://www.mountsinai.org/health-library/diseases-conditions/atopic-dermatitis
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