I have the same issue and have sucessfully used two products that have minimized the effects. i start in the mornings by gently hand washing my forearms with Cerave soap (Walgreens) then I spray on Lanacane Anti-Bacterial spray(any drug store). I repeat this step in the evening sometime before I go to bed. I do this everday while I am experiencing the itching and burning on my forearms (usually between September and March). I have also added a warm mist humidifier (Walgreens: Vicks Brand; easy to clean and resist mildew) on a timer (hour when I go to bed and three hours right before I get up in the mornings) this seems to help with the symptoms. So far this has made a HUGE difference in my life. I find I am getting sleep and feel human in the mornings.
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