Online Therapy for Anxiety and Depression from TSW
A recent survey by the National Eczema Association revealed that more than 30% of people with atopic dermatitis were diagnosed with depression and/or anxiety. People suffering from skin issues with inflammatory skin diseases like Topical Steroid Withdrawal and eczema are more susceptible to mental health issues, such as anxiety or depression, This is because of the way their bodies communicate with their brains during an inflammatory response.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, if a person has experienced some of these symptoms for two weeks or longer, they may have depression and should consult a health care provider:
- Feeling sad, empty and/or anxious
- Feeling hopeless
- Lost of interest in hobbies or other activities
- Decreased energy, feeling tired more often
- Difficulty concentrating
- Restlessness, unable to sit still
- Problems sleeping
- Weight change
- Thoughts of death or suicide
Get Help via Online Therapy
Battling with the depression, anxiety, and hopelessness associated with Topical Steroid Withdrawal can be often one of the hardest parts of Topical Steroid Withdrawal.
You don't have to go through this alone. 💙
Online Therapy is a global program that provides private 1 on 1 therapy sessions via video call with a mental health professional.
Many TSW warriors within the community have benefited from talking with a mental health therapist and discovering new techniques, tools, thought processes, and systems to help alleviate the anxiety and depression that is commonly experienced during Topical Steroid Withdrawal.
Sometimes it may just feel nice chatting to someone outside of your direct family and friendship group.