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Beating the itch Part 2 (Teacher: Michael)

Even in adult life, between two and 10 per cent of the population , at some, time, experience about of eczema, although it is usually less severe.

Yet despite the prevalence of the condition there is an enormous amount of ignorance surrounding it.

Eczema is the general to a of conditions which the skin inflamed and uncomfortable and triggered by an enormous of things, including food, chemicals, allergies, stress and the environment - but it is not infectious.

Case Study
Gwynneth and her husband Simon a daughter Molly, aged 21 months, who suffered from eczema since she five weeks old. " before she scratch, Molly lie in her cot and rub her on the sheets," Gwynneth.

Gwynneth and Simon, with the of a supportive GP and their families, everything they to Molly more comfortable. They bought 100 per cent cotton clothing ( the thread to sew the garment cotton), experimented with different kinds of nappies, creams and ointments, and tried to Molly away from potential allergens.

Molly is a particularly happy and tolerant child, who now applies her creams, and her ebullience helped Gwynneth and Simon through the worst . But they how far-reaching the effects of eczema . Few appreciate the financial cost of finding clothes, shoes and bedding that won't the condition worse.
Some families all the carpets and replace furniture to remove the threat of dust-mite allergies. Sometimes pets to .

Gwynneth : "I to very angry about eczema because there is no definite cure, all a question of trial and effort."

The National Eczema Society in Britain a range of fact sheets, booklets, guides and reports about eczema, including guidelines for employers.

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