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Researchers gave a number of trichotillomania patients a 1,200 mg supplement of N-acetylcysteine every day for six weeks. This dose was continued for another six weeks in patients who appeared to be responding, and doubled in patients who did not appear to be responding.
Fifty-six percent of patients treated with N-acetylcysteine demonstrated "much or very much improved" symptoms, compared with only 16 percent of those treated with a placebo. There were no adverse side effects reported. Learn more: www.naturalnews.com...
A common cause of itchy eyelashes is blepharitis, which is often caused by a failure to properly clean your eyelids
I doubt many parents could watch their child singularly pulling out the hairs one at a time and just let_it_go but thanks for your input nonetheless.
originally posted by: gmoneystunt
a reply to: intrptr
I agree, just ask to she if she knows why. She may not even realize she is doing it.
Sleep isolated trichotillomania
(11%) reported having seen patients with trichotillomania that occurred solely during sleep