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Tips and tricks on psoriasis

Facial psoriasis, body psoriasis: top psoriasis tips

Psoriasis, a skin disease that affects nearly 3 million people in France and around 3% of the world population. 

It is possible to act on its causes (stress, friction, weakness of the digestive system) as well as on the symptoms of psoriasis. Of the natural treatments exist. 

Let's take a look at a whole series of wise tips that can help relieve psoriasis naturally.

Certain precautions should be taken to avoid stimulating a psoriasis flare-up, which we discuss below.

In addition, you should never become discouraged and never give up in the face of psoriasis. This disease cannot be cured, so we must face it. How ? We give you some advice and ideas to follow. Also discover our tips and tricks against psoriasis.

Basic precautions for psoriasis

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease. It often appears on the joints. See information about psoriasis.
The explanation is simple. Psoriasis is activated by friction. The skin feels attacked and protects itself by overproducing epidermal cells.

So observe your behavior:

psoriasis advice in the face of discouragement

Psoriasis tips so as not to get discouraged

If you suffer from a severe psoriasis, that is to say it covers more than 10% of your body, your treatment whatever it is risks being discouraging, because it risks taking up too much of your daily time, if you are subjected to a local treatment.

You can fight effectively, naturally and… intelligently against this psoriasis by favoring natural solutions. Take action and treat psoriasis by area. You will undoubtedly choose the most embarrassing parts of the body, because they are the most exposed to view. Treatment for psoriasis requires daily or even twice-daily application (as with our Pso Natura Regenerative Complex). Beyond 3 minutes, once or twice a day, the treatment is generally perceived as very restrictive. This is why we suggest treat the body in several stages. For 1 month, choose one area, then another, so that the first results encourage you to continue.

The disappearance of psoriasis will take longer, but also more assured, because the treatment will not be burdensome.

Furthermore, it is important to always maintain morale. Some patients become depressed because of psoriasis. We suggest a series of articles that challenge preconceived ideas and will undoubtedly allow you to better react to issues such as: Psoriasis and discrimination

Psoriasis tips against itching

A psoriasis flare-up usually causes significant itching and irritation. It is obviously advisable to never scratch psoriasis plaques or drops. This disease being autoimmune, the skin then interprets scratching as an additional attack and then activates the overproduction of scales and plaques, thus leading to a worsening of the outbreak.

If you can't avoid scratching, some tips to limit reactions

  • Apply a cool compress to the area to soothe the itch and make it “bearable”.
  • Scratching with cotton gloves (ideally organic) will prevent the attack from worsening.
  • Run the itchy area under water.
  • Apply a moisturizer such as Creme Riche moisturizing and anti-itching, several times a day if necessary.

Since itching appears especially during a psoriasis flare-up, it is recommended to immediately treat this flare-up adequately, with appropriate treatment.

For scaly scalp conditions and itching, consider Pso Natura Dermatological Shampoo which helps relieve scalp psoriasis in a few applications, then cleanse the epidermis.

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In addition, any passion experienced for a particular sport or activity (read Relieve illness through painting) perhaps a good outlet for the stress generated by psoriasis. It's up to you to find your saving activity.

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This content was written under the direction of:

Author Sylvie Méliet