Are the "bumpy patches" a result of your anxiety and stress? Perhaps. But they may also be due to any number of things.
If you are concerned your doctor should be able to provide a diagnosis, or refer you to a specialist
Have you changed your soaps, lotions and/or detergents lately? Perhaps this is contact dermatitis? Have you stayed overnight in any hotels lately? There've been reports of bed bug infestations. Have you been outdoors? Pe
can bring this about. So can some medications such as diuretics (used to lower blood pressure) and statins (used to lower cholesterol). However, dietary supplements containing red yeast rice, the precursor to statins...
I would suggest you to take following measures:
Do exercise regularly as it improves the circulation of blood.
Use support stockings as it promote blood circulation and limit the movement of fluid. Almost each drug sto
Bumps on the eyelid are typically either chalazion or hordeolum (stye). The former are painless while the latter are painful and can be either internal or external. It's imperative that you go see your eye doctor ASAP. In