Tips 4 to Prevent Psoriasis Flare-Ups

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Tips 4 to Prevent Psoriasis Flare-Ups

First let us know what Psoriasis flare-up is: It is said to be a sudden appearance or worsening of the symptoms. Do you know there is no way to prevent psoriasis? But you can take steps to help reduce the number of psoriasis flare-ups.

Here is a fact you should know: About 25% of people with psoriasis have depression; Stress does not cause psoriasis but it can make the condition worse, so try not to get into stress. And if you are looking for a solution to defuse it, exercise can help.

Psoriasis can be a frustrating disease for a patient, since there is no cure found. It mostly affects the skin’s appearance and affects a person’s general quality of life.

Eat healthy! You can never assume that certain foods can make flares better or worse. Vegetables are good for health but on the other hand make sure you cut down on meat and fatty foods.

At times psoriasis can flare up after an infection, such as strep throat. For others, prescription can trigger it. If you have allergies, that can or may activate your immune system and cause psoriasis to be worse. Everyone should know the fact that Psoriasis cannot be completely prevented. However, the condition can be managed.

Here are some effective tips to prevent psoriasis flare-ups

• Avoid dry skin, try to keep your skin hydrated, also stay away from sun exposure, sun burns may be a greater risk.

• Manage or reduce stress and anxiety, which could otherwise boost the chances of psoriasis. Try Meditation, breathing exercises, listening to soft music, and other methods that could be your shield to psoriasis.

• Say a BIG “NO” to Smoking and Alcohol – the biggest threat to the cause of psoriasis

• Did you know that obesity has been found to be a risk factor for psoriasis? An ideal psoriasis diet including fresh fruits, vegetables, and low fat food which are free from refined sugars, artificial colors, and preservatives is the bridge to help prevent psoriasis outbreaks.

There are medications and therapies that help to clear up the patches of red, scaly, thickened skin that are the mark of psoriasis, although there is no cure. Before it gets too late, you need to consult an experienced and qualified doctor to keep you safe.

Tip for the day: A daily warm bath using a mild soap can help soothe itchy spots and remove dry skin.

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    Dr. Devasahayam

    Dr. S. Devasahayam MA., PIM., ESMP comes from a traditional Siddha practicing family who kept the light of nature cure for more than 100years. He combined the proven secret recipes of herbal medicines based on clinical applications which brought an outstanding success in curing many chronic health problems even they are handled by most of the modern medicines. His experience in the field of siddha brought prevention and cure for many diseases and the alleviation of common more

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