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Do you have a favourite place to scratch?
Some methods of scratching develop from unrelated activities
The Combined Approach in a packet: the self-adhesive dressing for localised chronic atopic eczema
During the first week of The Combined Approach programme for adults and older children with atopic eczema, it is necessary to note the circumstances associated with all scratching
Scratching in atopic eczema is more common at certain times and in certain circumstances
Sometimes scratching, rubbing and picking in other skin conditions can be successfully treated with habit reversal.
Atopic eczema is often described as an itchy condition, but a simple investigation of what this means is an important step in assessment for The Combined Approach
A cat uses its claws as a weapon, but can offer a soft touch with its paws
Sometimes it's the usual response to a behaviour that maintains the behaviour as a regular occurrence.