Rash Realities: Understanding and Treating Stress-Induced Rashes

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Introduction to stress-induced rashes

Stress-induced rashes are a common dermatological condition that occurs as a result of stress and anxiety. These rashes, also known as stress rashes, can manifest in various forms, including hives, eczema, or psoriasis. When we experience stress, our body releases hormones like cortisol, which can trigger an inflammatory response in the skin. This can lead to red, itchy, and sometimes painful rashes that can be quite bothersome. Understanding the symptoms and causes of stress rashes is crucial in finding effective ways to manage and treat them.

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