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First, do not use moisturizers of any kind, and do not take showers or baths. Use a wet rag to clean yourself. Moisture supresses your skin’s ability to make cortisol, which is one of the many things that causes the symptoms of red skin syndrome. The first three weeks were absolute hell, but after that, your skin becomes dry, leathery, and thick enough to signficantly reduce the bleeding due to scratching. Once your skin is thick enough that you don’t bleed much while scratching, take turmeric and bromelain for the edema. Neurontin, hyrdroxizine, and ibuprofen help with the burning, which can increase with turmeric and bromelain supplementation.

Because I have dealt with eczema all of my life, I ended up using topical steroids. Had I known about holistic eating and natural remedies, I would never have used the toxic steroids. This page is dedicated to two causes, those who are pre, mid or post steroid cream users. The other cause is to help those who suffer from skin conditions to find hol ... istic ways of curing or lessening the problem, so they will not resort to topical steroids. That is why you will see many subjects on this page having to do with whole body, skin ailment prevention and healing. :)~Joey~

Sacks et al. (2005) reported the case of a 72-year-old man, described as professionally successful, intelligent, and cultivated, with polymyalgia rheumatica, who after being treated with prednisone developed a psychosis and dementia , which several behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry consultants initially diagnosed as early dementia or Alzheimer's disease . [12] Large dosage variations in the patient's medication (including a self-increased dosage from 10 mg/day to as much as 100 mg/day for at least 3 months) produced extreme behavioral changes, from missed appointments to physical altercations, and eventually admission to a psychiatric ward and later to a locked Alzheimer facility. During this time, neuropsychological testing showed a decline in the patient's previously superior IQ as well as deficits in memory, language, fluency, and visuospatial function, which given the patient's age was considered to be compatible with early dementia. When the steroid treatment ended after a year, the patent's confusion and disorganized appearance stopped immediately. Within several weeks, testing showed strong improvement in almost all cognitive functions. His doctors were surprised at the improvement, since the results were inconsistent with a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer's. Testing after 14 months showed a large jump in Full Scale IQ from 87 to 124, but mild dysfunction in executive function, memory, attentional control, and verbal/nonverbal memory remained. [12]

Steroid skin syndrome

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Sacks et al. (2005) reported the case of a 72-year-old man, described as professionally successful, intelligent, and cultivated, with polymyalgia rheumatica, who after being treated with prednisone developed a psychosis and dementia , which several behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry consultants initially diagnosed as early dementia or Alzheimer's disease . [12] Large dosage variations in the patient's medication (including a self-increased dosage from 10 mg/day to as much as 100 mg/day for at least 3 months) produced extreme behavioral changes, from missed appointments to physical altercations, and eventually admission to a psychiatric ward and later to a locked Alzheimer facility. During this time, neuropsychological testing showed a decline in the patient's previously superior IQ as well as deficits in memory, language, fluency, and visuospatial function, which given the patient's age was considered to be compatible with early dementia. When the steroid treatment ended after a year, the patent's confusion and disorganized appearance stopped immediately. Within several weeks, testing showed strong improvement in almost all cognitive functions. His doctors were surprised at the improvement, since the results were inconsistent with a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer's. Testing after 14 months showed a large jump in Full Scale IQ from 87 to 124, but mild dysfunction in executive function, memory, attentional control, and verbal/nonverbal memory remained. [12]

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