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They share many of the same symptoms, as well as potential triggers, from environment to stress.
And the subject matter is a timely one. As the weather turns colder, skin conditions flare up for many people. (I sit here with Terrasil covering the eczema on my right hand, brought on by freezing temps and overwashing my hands to avoid the cold and flu!) Psoriasis and eczema are two conditions that are often aggravated by the cold, though there is no exact cause – or cure – for either condition.
Read on for a better understanding of psoriasis and eczema, and the differences the two.
Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease, which is the result of an overactive skin cell renewal cycle. It’s a lifelong condition. As the cells pile up on the skin’s surface, symptoms often include raised, scaly patches anywhere on the body. They range in severity from person to person, and psoriasis is very common on the scalp.
Eczema is the common name for atopic dermatitis, which is a bit of a mystery. There is no known cause or cure for eczema, and it can come and go at any time. It may be the result of the skin coming in contact with an allergen or irritant, and often clears on its own.
Eczema is often marked by redness, itch, inflammation, pain, and dry, flaky skin, and may occur anywhere in the body. Still, symptoms are most common on the hands, feet and face.
Both psoriasis and eczema can be uncomfortable and persistent, so visit a medical professional if you have the symptoms! You can find relief, and learn to understand your personal triggers and work to avoid them, along with outbreaks.
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