Elizabeth Farhat, MD. Well, that stress might very well lead to a stress rash such as hives or an acne breakout. Stress can also worsen conditions like eczema and psoriasis and lead to hair loss. Read on for tips to identify, treat and avoid it from happening.
When to see a doctor for stress rash treatment
Rosacea roe-ZAY-she-uh is a long-term chronic skin condition of adults that causes redness in the face and may produce small red or pus-filled bumps. Most people experience occasional flare-ups, usually in response to factors that increase blood flow to the surface of your skin. Triggers vary from person to person. Possible triggers include certain foods, skin products, extreme temperatures, alcohol consumption, emotional stress and sun exposure. Mayo Clinic does not endorse companies or products.
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Your to-do list could probably wrap the Earth seven times. Stress levels are sky-high. And now?
Stress can take a toll on your skin. Here's how to help it. See, a few days ago, I caught myself scratching my chest more than usual under my hoodie. Concerned, I looked down and noticed red splotches from my neck to my navel. I'm not necessarily new to skin issues I deal with eczema on my hands from frequent hand-washing and stress-related breakouts are pretty normal , but this was different.