Making 'eczemom' journey easier with a great support group

Elica

Posted at May 30 2019 12:20 PM

For parents, knowing what triggers a child's eczema is good. But having a support group to help deal with eczema may help further. 

Doctors Know Best
Other than emotional support, a child's condition also requires medical support. Doctors are the authority when it comes to conditions such as eczema, and they should be top-of-mind when dealing with such.

Among doctors' recommendations to deal with flare-ups is to use Mometasone furoate (Elica), an over-the-counter topical steroid that provides quick relief to dry, itchy, and swollen patches on the skin. 

It comes in the form of cream and ointment to suit the child's needs and preference. To see visible results within 24 hours, Mometasone furoate (Elica) should be applied once a day.

The Household

Keeping the household informed about eczema significantly contributes to keeping the child safe. The more they know about what triggers the child's eczema, the more they can help protect the child from more intense flare-ups. 

For instance, avoiding detergents and fabric conditioners that can irritate the child's sensitive skin makes for good prevention.

The School and Teachers

The school is the child spends most of his/her time. And teachers serve as secondary parents. So their being knowledgeable about the child's condition goes a long way. 

Some of them may even be parents themselves, making them better equipped to understand the predicaments of an an "eczemom." 

The Web: An online community of "eczemoms"

Nowadays, going online is one of the easiest ways to find a support group. In the "eczemom" community of Elica, mothers trade stories and advice about their own stories about eczema. 

Sometimes, something as simple as reading about the experiences of others and talking things through can help you feel that you're not alone in this journey— and that makes a world of difference.

Once you've built your own support group, pay it forward. Be an active member in online communities such as Elica's Facebook page and share your stories to fellow "eczemoms" so that they could learn a thing or two from your own experiences. Dealing with eczema may be challenging, but you'll get by with a little help from the people who truly care. 

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