Dealing With Itchy Skin During Pregnancy 0
Pregnancy can bring about many unusual symptoms and your skin is not immune to the hormonal changes you’re experiencing. Your clothes make it worse by constantly rubbing against those itchy patches and you can barely concentrate on anything because you’re trying to resist the urge to scratch. Fortunately, and most of the time, itching is normal and harmless and will subside after you give birth. But here are some tips that could help you get relief.
How to Relieve that Itch Without Scratching 0
When you’re living with eczema it’s not an unusual experience to feel itchy several times a day. And when it does itch your often knee-jerk reaction is to scratch that itch away, but you of all people know that scratching your skin will only make it worse.
So how do you get rid of that itch without scratching? Read on and find out.
Better Alternatives to Scratching an Itch 0
When we itch we automatically look for that area of our body that’s making us annoyed and bear down on it with all the fury that our fingernails can unleash on that pesky itch. The immediate relief from scratching an itch is like a short preview of what heaven must feel like—a heavy dose of relief. But unbeknownst to us there is a danger to scratching an itch especially if you’re suffering from eczema.
Skin Rashes on the Waist 9
Rashes can be annoying, especially, when it appears in parts of your body that are often constricted by your clothes, such as your waistline. Some rashes occur because of an underlying condition but most skin rashes around the waist occur because of a certain material that is often found in jeans and pants.
Why Do I Keep Itching? 0
Scratching an itch on your skin is as normal as coughing when water goes down the wrong way, so you will rarely notice if it’s something significant. But in fact, there are lots of things going on when your skin starts to itch, and here are some details on why you have itchy skin.