I'm 19 years old now. This is something that I've had for several years, and it has gotten progressively worse. Basically, when I'm not moving or doing something, I become conscious of the skin on my neck and anything touching it will make me go crazy. It's not that it burns or stings or itches, it's just uncomfortable. It's worst when I sleep, and in the past it would be the collar of a shirt that would irritate it. So I stopped wearing a shirt to sleep. Now air blowing on it will make me feel uncomfortable, so I have to sleep with a hand covering my neck so that I will feel I have control over what touches it. When I was a child, wearing a collared shirt would drive me insane. It's really hard to describe and I've never heard of anyone else with this problem.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?