13 Jan 12:40
It's breaking out again but this time on my scalp, I don't like breakouts but when I stress a lot it gets worse. So does anyone have any idea on how I can prevent it getting worse when I'm stressed?
Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.
13 Jan 12:45
I’m also a sufferer. When stressed it is worse
13 Jan 12:46
It sucks that there's no cure for it.
13 Jan 12:49
Yes it does. To live with it. It’s not easy
13 Jan 14:09
True. Makes life difficult.
13 Jan 14:11
Check out Earth longevity. This stuff really works!
13 Jan 14:53
Less stress, lovely! See if you can rid any stress out of your life. Have you tried a chill out app? I used Headspace a couple of years ago... 10 minute chill outs that don't take up too much space in your day. There are lots of similar ones. Cherie sometimes posts meditations on here, visual ones. I guess find a thing that relaxes you and do more of it! 😊
13 Jan 15:14
Try sitting in a comfortable chair in a quiet room, take a deep breath and count to 8 then exhale, do this until your mind goes blank and you relax for approx. 10 to 15 minutes repeat this as many times that you wish throughout the day, works wonders for me.
13 Jan 19:00
Earth longevity has been working out for me, mine is on the soles of my feet.
13 Jan 19:12
Thank you everyone for the advice 😊.
13 Jan 22:23
No way?! Yeah I'll admit it's not the greatest place. But Hawaii?! Man I'm jealous.
14 Jan 05:41
I think homemade kombucha with pineapple, ginger, and turmeric cured me. It might cure you too. It tastes pretty damn good too.
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