Found some this old pic from last late summer/fall. I swear it was due to just stress. Some people or even medical doctors don’t believe mental health can trigger eczema. Not in everyone but enough to effect them. Looking back I’m very very proud of myself for not giving into the darkness even though I still find myself there from time to time I come to IG and the light I get from the community is so much greater! Thank you to all of you guys who have joined me on this journey and have done nothing but support and shine that light super bright!! Let’s keep shining so that no more eczema warriors ever feel alone
Se repositionner et faire nos examens de conscience, ouvrir nos œillères et nous responsabiliser... juste en nous inspirant des autres.
En cultivant notre sérénité, cela nous sert à mieux faire face aux chamboulements. C'est un peu comme mettre de l'engrais dans la terre de nos racines pour faire face au chaos extérieur et intérieur sans y perdre notre latin et son âme ...
Bien à toi, reste zen 😉
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Your whole personality changed with time
You've became more self-aware of the things you used to look at with calmness
The things you used to like don't longer apply to your life
But,is there anything good of this?
The purification of your inner being
You're maybe the best version of yourself, with so much knowledge,with an open view of everything
So,if you wonder if there is anything good in your life despite your mental illness, read this, remember,that you're a complex and beautiful being
With less than 2 weeks until the darkest night of the year it can become quite common for many of us to suffer with low mood, frequent coughs/colds/infections and a melancholy at how wet, cold and miserable it can be. We might want to spend more time in bed, struggle to engage in social occasions and spend hours inside watching TV and/or eating sugary foods.
In more extreme cases the condition known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) will be experienced by 3 in every 100 people in the UK. This can be so debilitating that people struggle to leave the house, lose their sex drive, gain weight and switch off from friends and loved ones.
The causes to the winter blues are often attributed to physical responses due to the lack of sunlight in latitudes towards the north and south pole during the months of winter. The closer you get to the poles the shorter the days and the longer the nights. In Iceland they experience winter days that almost touch 24 hours for weeks on end. In the UK we are fortunate it is not that extreme but still it can be a commonly discussed pattern by many of us, even people that are not depressed might notice winter always feels harder than summer.
Research (Melrose, 2015) focuses in on some people experiencing neurotransmitter disruption, namely serotonin, and how in some studies it is lower in people with SAD. As well as also showing a natural fall in levels of Vitamin D, a hormone that is produced within us when our skin comes into contact with rays from the sun. In the UK our bodies cannot manufacture any vitamin D during winter so we are reliant upon food to supplement our levels. Vitamin D is also believed to be involved in the production of serotonin and a lack of it has been shown to be present in clinically significant depressive symptoms. People with SAD may also have an overproduction of a hormone produced in the brain known as melatonin. Melatonin is the hormone released at night, as part of your circadian rhythm to help you fall asleep.
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