Why Do My Legs Itch at Night?

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Leg itching may be caused by the following; dry skin, chicken skin (goose bumps), folliculitis, an infection of hair follicles, cholinergic urticaria (bumpy hives appearing on thighs), jock itch, a fungal infection of the skin on inner thighs, genitals or buttocks, stasis eczema which appears as rough reddish, purplish, swollen, itchy skin on lower legs and restless leg syndrome is a constant urge to move legs that become itchy or tingling during rest.
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Your legs itch most likely because they are dry. If your moisturizing regularly and they are still dry it could be because of the colder weather or a condition like eczema.
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1. Do not keep scratching when the itching starts. If you continue to scratch, you can irritate the skin and cause the itching to increase instead of go away. Try other ways to stop
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It might be all in your head but your skin could be dry too, try putting on some lotion and
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dry skin. try lotion.
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