Neurodermatitis in the face. What helps?
Neurodermatitis (or atopic eczema) is a widespread, chronic, inflammatory but not contagious disease with typical skin symptoms on the face and body. The number of cases has increased by 200-300% over the past 30 years. In the meantime, about 10 - 20 % of children and 2 - 5 % of adults are affected.
Everyone sweats, because sweating is a completely natural body function. However, excessive sweating, which gets out of control, can be very stressful and affect everyday life. The so-called hyperhidrosis is a burden that does not have to be simply accepted. Read more about the different types of heavy sweating.
Signs and symptoms
Heavy sweating - not an unusual condition
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