From a sudden sneeze and consecutive coughs that feel like the usual allergies to chilling fevers and severe body pains that strike every cell in your body, the overlapping symptoms between allergic rhinitis and coronavirus seem to cause unnecessary fear among people nowadays.
There are several things that can cause irritated eyelids, including eczema, which causes dry itchy skin, a rash, and other symptoms. Unfortunately, no part of your skin is eczema-immune. Here’s what to do when your eczema decides to show up on your eyelids:
Many people tend to ignore medical issues until they progress into something serious. Take for example, a persistently itchy skin. It’s only a minor thing when you think about it, but there could be worse underlying medical causes that should be attended to as soon as possible to reduce damage.
There are things that the body tells us that is more than skin deep. One primary example is intense itching all over the body which often occurs when there is already a problem with our kidney or liver. Those who manifest skin disorders such as extreme itchiness almost always precipitate renal failures that are attributed to late stage kidney problems.
Recent medical studies reveal that more than 40% of dialysis patients suffered from moderate to extreme renal itch. “The itch is so intense that people wake up in the middle of the night scratching,” said Jahmene Johnson, a medical doctor at the New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Summer is the best time to be out and about, but for people with the following skin conditions hanging out at the beach can be more of a troublesome experience than having some fun under the sun.
Rashes can be annoying, especially when it appears in parts of the body that are often constricted by clothes such as the waistline. Some rashes occur because of an underlying condition, but most skin rashes around the waist are caused by nickel plates sewn in jeans.