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Seborrheic dermatitis - skin issue TMS approach?

Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by zeeman01, Jun 2, 2021.

  1. zeeman01

    zeeman01 Peer Supporter

    I seem to have a very mild case of seborrheic dermatitis (dry flakes around my nose constantly). This came on when with the stress of potentially not having work or having to possibly change jobs. I was wondering if anyone had any luck treating this with the TMS approach?
  2. Dorado

    Dorado Beloved Grand Eagle

    I just got diagnosed with this by my dermatologist today. It came about after a very stressful situation that lasted months, which is stupid because I ended up getting everything I wanted and even more. All that for nothing… lesson learned.

    I’ll of course use the prescribed creams, but I’m going to take a gamble and project that the majority - perhaps 75% to 80% - of this is TMS in my case. And I’m the nerd whose Excel documents, formulas, and linked projections are typically spot on. ;)
  3. Ann Miller

    Ann Miller Well known member

    Whenever I have a TMS client present with a new suspicious symptom, I have them google "diagnoses and stress" and see what it says. The info is out there. We just have to wade through and find it. In your case, It looks like there have been studies done on seborrheic dermatitis and the role stress play in exasperating it. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18033062/ ([Stress and seborrheic dermatitis] - PubMed)
    Now you know. Exasperating but awareness is everything.
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    Dorado Beloved Grand Eagle

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