Did you develop dermatographia shortly after getting your Moderna booster vaccine for Covid 19? If so, you’re not alone. I’ve heard from tons of you that this is a new (and not welcome) side effect of the shot. If you now have dermatographia, welcome to the club, and I hope it’s not too bad. Hopefully
December 29, 2019 • 12
It’s a new year already! And a new decade! I try not to get too wrapped up in New Year’s resolutions, but the start of a new one always makes me think about what kinds of little changes I can make to feel better. Because to me that’s what life is about: feeling good–and helping
April 4, 2017 • 118
Many of you already know my skin writing story, but here’s some background for those of you that aren’t familiar with me yet. I was officially diagnosed with dermatographia back in 2004 (wow it’s been 13 years!), but I had it for close to 10 years before then. Like many other people with dermatographia, I
Henry’s Theory: Is There A Link Between Dermatographia and Cortisol Levels?
June 11, 2014 • 99
Cortisol has a reputation of being a bad hormone released by stress. The thing is, it's actually good to have a certain amount of it in your blood stream because it's anti-inflammatory. Cortisol, secreted by the adrenal glands, prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation. Histamine (an inflammatory) is the cause