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Stop Eczema Flare-Ups After Workouts

Athletican Staff November 20, 2019

Stop Eczema Flare-Ups After Workouts

For people with eczema, physical activity can make their skin more sensitive, red, and super itchy. However, that’s no reason to skip exercise, as exercise still has many advantages. Stress can actually help your eczema because it lowers stress, and we all know that stress can trigger flare-ups. That’s why it’s advisable to stay active and keep moving. The key here is to tweak your routine so it’s kinder to your skin.

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Your Exercise Plan for Spring

Athletican Staff May 15, 2019

Your Exercise Plan for Spring

Spring is coming and that means flare-ups are more likely to occur, which can put your daily exercise on hold. But it doesn’t have to be that way and here are a few suggestions to ensure you can still work out in spring even if you have eczema:

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Sleep Better Even With Eczema

Athletican Staff March 28, 2019

Sleep Better Even With Eczema

In order to get the most out of your workouts, it’s also important that you take some time to rest and help your sore muscles and tired body recuperate. Sleep is essential to improving your health but for someone who suffers from eczema or atopic dermatitis even drifting off to dreamland can be a tall order since your condition can often disrupt sleep.

So in order to get lots of sleep simply follow these suggestions and you might finally get a whole night of peaceful sleep.

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Yoga Without the Sweat is Still Good

Athletican Staff March 14, 2019

Yoga Without the Sweat is Still Good

Exercising often entails sweating buckets and if you’re not sweating enough it must mean you’re not doing it right. But experts are now debunking that myth and they say that getting the most out of your exercise routine doesn’t mean you have to be drenched in sweat, which is good news for people with sensitive skin.

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How to Prevent Breakouts and other Skin Problems When Exercising

Athletican Staff February 21, 2019

How to Prevent Breakouts and other Skin Problems When Exercising

If you’re concerned about your heart or your overall health you’d want to exercise to stay fit. But if you’re not careful with how you treat your skin it might get the short end of the stick while the rest of your body becomes better.

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Exercise and Dry Skin: Breaking Down the Myth

Athletican Staff January 17, 2019

Exercise and Dry Skin: Breaking Down the Myth

For people suffering from eczema exercise may be a hellish experience rather than a beneficial one. The drying skin and itchiness they feel after a workout is what forces these individuals to give up trying to get fit because they feel it does more damage to them than good.

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Tips for Swimming with Eczema

Athletican Staff November 16, 2018

Tips for Swimming with Eczema

Exercising with eczema can be difficult so people who have this condition have to be creative in order to get their hearts pumping without their skins flaring up. If you’re one of these people you could try out swimming as your daily exercise routine because not only will it prevent you from sweating, which can trigger flare ups, but it will also exercise all parts of your body.

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6 Exercise Tips If You Have Eczema

Athletican Staff October 20, 2018

6 Exercise Tips If You Have Eczema

Exercising can lead to several benefits: lower blood pressure, better focus, more toned muscles etc. But for someone with eczema it can often be an annoyance all because excessive sweat and the body’s rising temperature during exercise can lead to flare-ups.

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Why Do I Get a Skin Rash When I Exercise?

Athletican Staff July 28, 2017

Why Do I Get a Skin Rash When I Exercise?

Skin issues appear during or after exercise because certain parts of the body or skin gets in contact with each other. Such areas that are usually affected include the underarms, groin area, and between the thighs or buttocks. These problems may also happen due to the material used for exercise clothes worn.

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