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Will treating eczema improve my child’s health?

Working to control your child’s eczema can have health benefits.

Getting your child’s eczema under control can have many health benefits. Controlling eczema can:

    • Prevent eczema from getting worse: Without treatment, eczema can progress. The more severe the eczema becomes, the harder it is to treat.
    • Reduce risk of getting skin infections: Scratching causes tiny breaks in the skin, which allows microorganisms like bacteria to get inside the body.
    • Ease your child’s discomfort: Skin can be itchy and painful.
  • Allow your child to sleep: Intensely itchy skin can cause your child to wake up often. Sleep is essential for kids. Children who don’t get enough sleep often gain less weight than they should.

Read Full Article: Will treating eczema improve my child’s health? | American Academy of Dermatology

Read Full Article: Will treating eczema improve my child’s health? | American Academy of Dermatology

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