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Atopic eczema in winter
is associated with
more troublesome atopic eczema
What you might have missed at AtopicSkinDisease.com in October
Habit Reversal Tip #16 The consequences of scratching
An important part of understanding a behaviour is to consider its consequences
The skin as a battleground
If peace can break out, all will return to normal
Habit Reversal Tip #15 Essentials for habit reversal success
A trouble-shooting guide for when things do not seem to go well
Habit Reversal Tip #14. Scratching and atopic eczema: quantity v. quality
Registration of scratching measures the frequency, not the quality
Chronic eczema? Keeping short nails isn’t enough!
a persistent habit
Habit reversal for passive pessimism
We are what we repeatedly do. Aristotle.
Continuously troublesome atopic eczema
Optimizing topical treament is not enough when atopic eczema is chronic
Habit Reversal Tip #13 Understanding natural healing
Habit reversal allows natural healing
leaving the skin alone for long enough
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