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Related Conditions You Should Be Aware Of

There are several skin conditions that appear to often bundle together with seborrheic dermatitis. This includes atopic dermatitis, rosacea, and psoriasis.

Some of these conditions have overlapping symptoms and this can make self-diagnosis fairly confusing. How do you really know what c0ndition your dealing with if the list of symptoms is practically identical to the other?

Section outline

The next several sections will examine these overlapping conditions in more detail and should provide you with a fairly good understanding of the nuances.

  1. Rosacea
    Characterized by excessive skin inflammation and facial blushing. Believed to have a significant genetic component, yet lifestyle factors are often reported by sufferers.
  2. Atopic dermatitis
    More commonly known as eczema and often believed to be the result of allergic reaction to external stimuli. Focus on skin barrier repair is integral to treatment.
  3. Psoriasis
    Several unique sub-types exist. The most common shares many of the same symptoms as seborrheic dermatitis. Unstable immune function is believed to be the primary factor and treatment is usually more intensive.
  4. Other related research
    Additional information regarding other skin conditions you should be aware of. Will include discussion of hair loss (alopecia), demodex mite infestation, but writing is still in progress.

Some of the discussions goes into significant depth and you may find it useful to jump ahead if you believe the details are not relevant to you.

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About Michael Anders

After being affected by seborrheic dermatitis, I have made it my goal to gather and organize all the information that has helped me in my journey.

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