In their 1983 JFA-paper Brezis and Lieb have shown, among many other things, a Poincaré-type inequality: in the case of a harmonic function $f$ on a bounded domain $\Omega$, their inequality ((3.14) in the paper) states that the $L^2(\Omega)$-norm of $f$ can be estimated by the $L^2(\partial \Omega)$-norm of its trace on $\partial \Omega$ (times a constant only depending on $\Omega$). My question: Is it possible to reverse this inequality, viz estimating the $L^2(\partial \Omega)$-norm of the trace of $f$ by the $L^2(\Omega)$-norm.
This is indeed possible if $\Omega\subset R$ ($\Omega$ an interval), but this clearly follows simply from the fact that on an interval both the space of harmonic functions and the space of their boundary values are $2$-dimensional (then using equivalence of any two norms on a finite dimensional space). I have no clue whether this may extend to higher dimensions - in fact, I am pessimistic.
Thanks in advance.