Residents of Turkey’s southeastern regions have complained of stress and skin diseases, writes the Yeni Şafak newspaper.
Earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 occurred on February 6 in several regions of Turkey and Syria. The drama was followed by several aftershocks. According to the latest data, more than 44,000 people were victims of the earthquake in Turkey.
The publication reports that people in the country have complained of stress eczema.
This type of stress-related eczema is known as a skin disease caused by itching on the skin. Stress eczema, which is more common in women than in men, can become a serious condition over time.
Experts note that this disease should be treated as soon as possible in order to avoid infection of skin lesions.
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