Normal skin regenerates itself over the course of a month. Old cells are shed from the skin's surface as new cells in the deepest epidermal layer make their way to the top. If you have psoriasis...
Part of successfully treating psoriasis is finding out what triggers your symptoms. Aimee Bosland, health educator for the National Psoriasis Foundation, suggests keeping a journal.
First, you have to find the right doctor. Like any autoimmune disease, psoriasis is complicated to treat.
Once you’ve been diagnosed with psoriasis, you’ll need to work closely with your dermatologist to find the best treatment for you. There are also simple things you can do at home to soothe your skin...
When your psoriasis is flaring up, feeling sexy can be a challenge. You may want to hide your skin from your spouse or significant other...
It can be hard to get up and moving when you’re struggling with psoriasis, but exercising regularly can help you feel better and minimize your symptoms.
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