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Mayo Clinic: “Psoriasis.”

American Academy of Dermatology: “8 Ways to Stop Baths and Showers from Worsening Your Psoriasis,” “Psoriasis: Tips for Managing.”

Kaiser Permanente: “Psoriasis: Skin, Scalp, and Nail Care.”

Arthritis Foundation: “10 Hand and Foot Care Tips for Psoriatic Arthritis,” “Psoriatic Arthritis Self-Care.”


The Journal of Clinical Aesthetic Dermatology: Review of the Efficacy and Safety of Topical Mahonia aquifolium for the Treatment of Psoriasis and Atopic Dermatitis

DermNetNZ.org: “Psoriasis of the palms and soles.”

Psoriasis – Symptoms – NHS

Main symptoms of psoriasis

Psoriasis typically causes patches of skin that are dry, red and covered in silver scales. Some people find their psoriasis causes itching or soreness.

There are several different types of psoriasis. Many people have only 1 form at a time, although 2 different types can occur together. One form may change into another or become more severe.

Most cases of psoriasis go through cycles, causing problems for a few weeks or months before easing or stopping.

You should see a GP if you think you may have psoriasis.

Common types of psoriasis

Plaque psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris)

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This is the most common form, accounting for about 80 to 90% of cases.

Its symptoms are dry red skin lesions, known as plaques, covered in silver scales.

They normally appear on your elbows, knees, scalp and lower back, but can appear anywhere on your body.

The plaques can be itchy or sore, or both. In severe cases, the skin around your joints may crack and bleed. 

Scalp psoriasis

This can occur on parts of your scalp or on the whole scalp. It causes red patches of skin covered in thick, silvery-white scales.

Some people find scalp psoriasis extremely itchy, while others have no discomfort.

In extreme cases, it can cause hair loss, although this is usually only temporary.

Nail psoriasis

In about half of all people with psoriasis, the condition affects the nails.

Psoriasis can cause your nails to develop tiny dents or pits, become discoloured or grow abnormally.

Nails can often become loose and separate from the nail bed. In severe cases, nails may crumble.

Guttate psoriasis

Guttate psoriasis causes small (less than 1cm) drop-shaped sores on your chest, arms, legs and scalp.

There’s a good chance guttate psoriasis will disappear completely after a few weeks, but some people go on to develop plaque psoriasis.

This type of psoriasis sometimes occurs after a streptococcal throat infection and is more common among children and teenagers.

Inverse (flexural) psoriasis

This affects folds or creases in your skin, such as the armpits, groin, between the buttocks and under the breasts.

It can cause large, smooth red patches in some or all these areas.

Inverse psoriasis is made worse by friction and sweating, so it can be particularly uncomfortable in hot weather.

Less common types of psoriasis

Pustular psoriasis

Pustular psoriasis is a rarer type of psoriasis that causes pus-filled blisters (pustules) to appear on your skin.

Different types of pustular psoriasis affect different parts of the body.

Generalised pustular psoriasis or von Zumbusch psoriasis

This causes pustules that develop very quickly on a wide area of skin. The pus consists of white blood cells and is not a sign of infection.

The pustules may reappear every few days or weeks in cycles. During the start of these cycles, von Zumbusch psoriasis can cause fever, chills, weight loss and fatigue.

Palmoplantar pustulosis

This causes pustules to appear on the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet.

The pustules gradually develop into circular, brown, scaly spots that then peel off.

Pustules may reappear every few days or weeks.

Acropustulosis

This causes pustules to appear on your fingers and toes.

The pustules then burst, leaving bright red areas that may ooze or become scaly. These may lead to painful nail deformities.

Symptoms, Causes Treatment, Plaque Psoriasis

Overview

What is psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder, which means a skin condition that doesn’t go away. People with psoriasis have thick, pink or red patches of skin covered with white or silvery scales. The thick, scaly patches are called plaques.

Psoriasis usually starts in early adulthood, though it can begin later in life. People of any age, gender or race can get psoriasis. It can get better and worse throughout your life.

What part of the body does psoriasis affect?

The rash can show up anywhere. In most people, it covers only a few patches of skin. In severe cases, the plaques connect and cover a large area of the body. Psoriasis can make you uncomfortable, itchy and self-conscious.

Psoriasis tends to affect the:

  • Elbows and knees.
  • Face, scalp and inside the mouth.
  • Fingernails and toenails.
  • Genitals.
  • Lower back.
  • Palms and feet.

What does psoriasis look like?

At first, you’ll see small red bumps. The bumps grow, and scales form on top. The surface scales might shed easily, but the scales beneath them will stick together. If you scratch the rash, the scales may tear away from the skin, causing bleeding. As the rash continues to grow, lesions (larger areas of damage) can form.

What are other types of psoriasis?

Plaque psoriasis is the most common type. About 80% to 90% of people with psoriasis have plaque psoriasis.

Other, less common types of psoriasis include:

  • Inverse psoriasis appears in skin folds. It may look like thin pink plaques without scale.
  • Guttate psoriasis may appear after a sore throat caused by a streptococcal infection. It looks like small, red, drop-shaped scaly spots in children and young adults.
  • Pustular psoriasis has small, pus-filled bumps on top of the red patches or plaques.
  • Sebopsoriasis typically appears on the face and scalp as red bumps and plaques with greasy yellow scale. This type is a cross between psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis.

Is psoriasis the same as eczema?

Psoriasis and eczema are two different skin conditions. They differ in where the disease appears on the body, how much it itches and how it looks. Eczema tends to appear more often behind the knees and inside the elbows. Eczema also causes more intense itching than psoriasis. Many people, especially children, can get both eczema and psoriasis.

How common is psoriasis?

Psoriasis affects millions of people. Approximately 3% of the U.S. population has psoriasis.

Symptoms and Causes

What causes psoriasis?

Psoriasis is an immune system problem. Your immune response overreacts, causing inflammation, which leads to new skin cells growing too fast.

Typically, new skin cells grow every 28 to 30 days. But in people with psoriasis, new cells grow and move to the skin surface every three to four days. The buildup of new cells replacing old cells creates the silvery scales of psoriasis.

Psoriasis runs in families. There may be a genetic component. Parents may pass it down to their children.

What causes psoriasis outbreaks?

Psoriasis outbreaks differ from person to person. No one knows exactly what causes flare-ups. Common psoriasis triggers may include:

  • Skin injury (cuts, scrapes or surgery).
  • Emotional stress.
  • Streptococcal or other infection that affects the immune system.
  • Certain prescription medications (such as lithium and beta blockers).
  • Cold weather, when people have less exposure to sunlight and humidity and more to hot, dry indoor air.

What are the symptoms of psoriasis?

In addition to red, scaly patches, symptoms of psoriasis include:

  • Itchiness.
  • Cracked, dry skin.
  • Scaly scalp.
  • Skin pain.
  • Nails that are pitted, cracked or crumbly.
  • Joint pain.

Is psoriasis contagious?

The rash is not contagious. You can’t get it from (or give it to) another person.

Diagnosis and Tests

How do I know if I have psoriasis?

Do regular skin self-exams to notice any changes in your skin. If you have a rash that’s not going away, contact your healthcare provider. They’ll look at the rash to figure out if it’s psoriasis or another condition. You may need to see a dermatologist, a skin care specialist, for a diagnosis.

How is psoriasis diagnosed?

In some cases, your healthcare provider or dermatologist may need to take a skin sample to view under the microscope.

Management and Treatment

What type of psoriasis treatment will I need?

Several treatment options can relieve psoriasis. Creams or ointments may be enough to improve the rash in small areas of skin. If the rash affects larger areas, or you also have joint pain, you may need other treatments. Joint pain may be a sign that you have arthritis.

Your provider will decide on a treatment plan based on:

  • Severity of the rash.
  • Where the rash is on your body.
  • Your age.
  • Your overall health.

What psoriasis treatments are available?

Common psoriasis treatments include:

  • Steroid creams.
  • Moisturizers for dry skin.
  • Anthralin, a medication to slow skin cell production.
  • Medicated lotions, shampoos and bath solutions to improve scalp psoriasis. Your provider may combine it with ultraviolet (UV) light therapy for severe cases.
  • Vitamin D3 ointment.
  • Vitamin A or retinoid creams.

What if those psoriasis treatments don’t work?

If psoriasis doesn’t improve, your healthcare provider may recommend these treatments:

  • Light therapy: UV light at specific wavelengths can decrease skin inflammation and help slow skin cell production.
  • PUVA: This treatment combines a medication called psoralen with exposure to a special form of UV light.
  • Methotrexate: Providers sometimes recommend this medication for severe cases. It may cause liver disease. If you take it, your provider will monitor you with blood tests. You may need periodic liver biopsies to check your liver health.
  • Retinoids: These vitamin A-related drugs can cause side effects, including birth defects.
  • Cyclosporine: This medicine can help severe psoriasis. But it may cause high blood pressure and kidney damage.
  • Immune therapies: Newer immune therapy medications work by blocking the body’s immune system so it can’t jumpstart an autoimmune disease such as psoriasis.

Prevention

Can I prevent psoriasis?

You cannot prevent psoriasis. But treatment can reduce symptoms, even in people with severe psoriasis.

Outlook / Prognosis

Will psoriasis ever go away? Can it be cured?

Psoriasis has no cure. It may come and go throughout your life. Treatment can relieve symptoms so you can look and feel your best.

Are there complications of psoriasis?

In some people, psoriasis causes more than itchiness and red skin. It can lead to swollen joints and arthritis. If you have psoriasis, you may be at higher risk of:

If you have psoriasis, your provider will do regular blood pressure checks. It’s also important to quit smoking and maintain a healthy weight.

What is psoriatic arthritis?

In 1 in 3 people with psoriasis, the inflammation from psoriasis causes arthritis. Symptoms of psoriatic arthritis include joint swelling, stiffness and pain. See your healthcare provider if you have any of these symptoms. Early treatment can reduce damage to your joints.

Living With

How can I take care of myself?

To feel your best with psoriasis:

  • Take medications as instructed.
  • Use moisturizer regularly, especially after bathing.
  • Avoid harsh soaps.
  • Use medicated shampoo for scales on your scalp.

Other steps you should take to stay as healthy as possible:

  • Talk to your healthcare provider about lowering your risk for related conditions, such as heart disease, depression and diabetes.
  • Lower your stress with meditation, exercise or seeing a mental health professional.

What else should I ask my healthcare provider?

If you have psoriasis, ask your healthcare provider:

  • How can I prevent outbreaks and control symptoms?
  • What medication will work best for me?
  • What else should I do to improve symptoms?
  • What are my options if creams don’t work?
  • Will psoriasis ever go away?

A note from Cleveland Clinic

Psoriasis, an itchy skin condition, can come and go throughout your life. It’s related to an overactive immune response and is not contagious. If you have skin changes that aren’t going away, talk to your healthcare provider. There is no cure for psoriasis, but psoriasis treatments can improve symptoms. Your provider may prescribe a special cream or moisturizer or medications. Other therapies are available if creams or medicines don’t work. Maintaining your overall health will also help improve symptoms.

Palmoplantar Pustulosis – NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders)

JOURNAL ARTICLES
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Twelves S, Mostafa A, Dand N, et al. Clinical and genetic differences between pustular psoriasis subtypes. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2019 March;143(3):1021–1026.

Sevrain M, Richard MA, Barnetche T, et al. Treatment for palmoplantar pustular psoriasis: systematic literature review, evidence-based recommendations and expert opinion. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2014 July 1;28 Suppl 5:13–16.

Brunasso AM, Puntoni M, Aberer W, Delfino C, Fancelli L, Massone C. Clinical
and epidemiological comparison of patients affected by palmoplantar plaque
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INTERNET
Oakley A. Palmoplantar pustulosis. Dermnet NZ. Updated September 2014. https://dermnetnz.org/topics/palmoplantar-pustulosis/. Accessed March 1, 2020.

Palmoplantar Pustulosis on Hands and Feet. WebMD. Reviewed November 13, 2018. https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/psoriasis/palmoplantar-pustulosis#1. Accessed March 1, 2020.

Palmoplantar pustulosis: Treatment. UptoDate. Reviewed December 2019. https://www.uptodate.com/contents/palmoplantar-pustulosis-treatment. Accessed March 1, 2020.

Palmoplantar pustulosis: Epidemiology, clinical features, and diagnosis. UptoDate. Reviewed June 2019. https://www.uptodate.com/contents/palmoplantar-pustulosis-epidemiology-clinical-features-and-diagnosis?topicRef=93852&source=see_link. Accessed March 1, 2020.

Pustulosis palmaris et plantaris. National Institutes of Health. Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center. Updated November 2, 2016. https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/12820/pustulosis-palmaris-et-plantaris. Accessed February 23, 2020.

5 Things About Psoriasis and Its Complications

August is National Psoriasis Month, which aims to raise awareness about this chronic autoimmune disease affecting more than 8 million Americans. Here are 5 things to know about psoriasis and its complications.

August is National Psoriasis Month (or action month, depending on the organization doing the talking), which is aimed at raising awareness about this chronic autoimmune disease affecting more than 8 million Americans. Inflammation causes redness of the skin and silver scaly plaques and can show up on the scalp, elbows, palms, soles, or nails, or be more widespread in severe cases. The persistent itching can have a negative effect on the quality of life. Here are 5 things to know about psoriasis and its complications:

1. Psoriasis can progress to psoriatic arthritis

Left untreated, patients with moderate-to-severe psoriasis could develop psoriatic arthritis (PsA), which affects up to 40% of patients. Similar to rheumatoid arthritis, PsA can cause pain, disability, and permanent joint deformities. Compared with patients with psoriasis who do not have PsA, patients with psoriasis and PsA have greater disease burdens and different treatment patterns. A 2015 study calculated the economic burden of psoriatic disease at up to $135 billion a year.

2. Psoriasis has been linked to some cancers

In particular, certain cancers may be a special concern. A recent meta-analysis found a number of site-specific cancers that seem to carry an elevated risk. Overall, in the 9 included studies of patients with severe disease, there was a significantly elevated risk ratio of 1.22 (95% CI, 1.08-1.39) for all cancer types. By site, cancers that stood out as having particular risk for patients with severe disease include squamous cell carcinoma, lymphoma, and basal cell carcinoma.

3. Psoriasis is more than just itchy skin—it carries risk for other diseases

More severe disease is also associated with more comorbidities. Patients with PsA may have more severe atherosclerotic disease as well as a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, endothelial dysfunction, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, obesity, and diabetes.

4. More psoriasis research is needed

Additional studies are needed because some of the mortality risk behind psoriasis is unexplained, according to a recent paper published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Even after adjusting for demographics, smoking, and comorbidities, psoriasis was independently associated with a 1.99-fold increased mortality risk compared with controls (95% CI, 1.01-3.93; P = . 047).

5. Use of step therapy is growing alongside rising prescription drug costs

Step therapy, sometimes called “fail first,” requires that patients try the payer’s preferred treatment before the one a physician recommends. The National Psoriasis Foundation has been working to get laws passed at the state level to curb the use of step therapy, saying that treatment delays can hinder care. One recent study said step therapy for patients with PsA was linked to lower odds of treatment effectiveness, mainly due to lower odds of adhering to treatment.

Psoriasis of Hands and Feet (including Palmoplantar Pustulosis) | Doctor

Synonyms: psoriasis palmoplantaris, psoriasis palmaris et plantaris

Psoriasis predominantly affecting the palms and soles takes two forms:

  • Erythematous scaly plaques typical of psoriasis elsewhere in the body.
  • More generalised thickening and scaling (keratoderma).

Palmoplantar pustulosis (PPP) is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. It is considered by some to be a variation of psoriasis and occurs in patients with other types of psoriasis[1]. However, the nature of the link with psoriasis is unclear and there are significant differences. Neuroendocrine dysfunction of the sweat glands has been implicated in the pathogenesis[2]. See the ‘Palmoplantar pustulosis’ section at the end of this article.

See also separate Psoriatic Nail Disease article.

Epidemiology

The prevalence of psoriasis has increased in the UK in recent years. It was 2.3% (2,297 cases per 100,000) in 1999 but 2.8% (2,815 per 100,000) in 2013[3]. There was, however, no associated increase in incidence. This suggested that patients with psoriasis were living longer, although reasons for this are unclear. A proportion of these patients, usually with psoriatic lesions elsewhere, will have psoriasis involving the feet and hands.

Visual appearance

Foot psoriasis, showing hyperkeratosis

Presentation

  • Red scaly plaques.
  • Hyperkeratotic areas.
  • Central palm or weight-bearing areas of the soles.
  • Well demarcated.
  • Painful cracking and fissuring.

Differential diagnosis

  • Hyperkeratotic eczema.
  • Tinea pedis.
  • Palmoplantar pustulosis (PPP) (see section below). 

Management

See also separate Chronic Plaque Psoriasis article.

Primary care management

  • Classical psoriatic lesions can be treated with a vitamin D ointment (calcipotriol/Dovonex® or tacalcitol/Curatoderm®) or dithranol (Dithrocream®/Micanol®).
  • In palm and sole psoriasis, both hyperkeratosis and inflammation are usually present and may require separate treatments:
    • Hyperkeratosis usually needs to be treated with a keratolytic agent such as 2% salicylic acid ointment BP.
    • This can be alternated morning and evening with a topical steroid (usually potent, due to the thick skin at this site)[1].

When to refer

[4]

  • Where there is diagnostic uncertainty.
  • For further patient counselling and education.
  • Where topical treatment has failed, or treatment has not been tolerated.
  • Where there is significant physical, psychological, social or occupational difficulty.

Further treatments

Further treatment options in secondary care include low doses of oral retinoids with psoralen combined with ultraviolet A (PUVA) or UVB phototherapy, methotrexate, ciclosporin or acitretin. Calcineurin inhibitors such as tacrolimus or pimecrolimus and biological agents such as infliximab and alefacept have been used with some success[5].

Complications

Pain can restrict the use of hands or walking.

Prognosis

Psoriasis of the hands and feet tends to be persistent and, in some, quite resistant to treatment.

Palmoplantar pustulosis

The cause of PPP is unknown. It is probably autoimmune in origin as there is an association with other autoimmune diseases, particularly coeliac disease, thyroid disease and type 2 diabetes[1]. PPP was thought to be a localised form of pustular psoriasis but about 10-20% of patients with PPP have psoriasis elsewhere. It is therefore now considered that they are distinct conditions with different genetic backgrounds[1].

Epidemiology

The condition is rare in Europe but more common in the East[6]. It occurs much more commonly in smokers and ex-smokers. It may run in families and rarely occurs in childhood. Gluten sensitivity and tonsillar streptococcal infection have been implicated in some cases[7].

Presentation

PPP typically presents as multiple sterile pustules on the palms and soles (initially yellowish fading to brown macular pinpoint lesions).

Palmoplantar pustulosis of the foot

Affected areas may become red, scaly and frequently painful. Eruptions of pustules occur unpredictably and may return repeatedly over years.

Differential diagnosis

  • Infected eczema – less defined, white vesicles rather than pustules, swabs often grow Staphylococcus aureus.
  • Acute pompholyx is an episodic form of eczema affecting the palms and soles with bullae formation, which frequently becomes infected.
  • Tinea pedis – commonly unilateral or asymmetrical erythema, scaling and pustules. Toe clefts and nails are usually involved.
  • Reactive arthritis – gross palmar and plantar lesions may occur (keratoderma blennorrhagica) which are histologically indistinguishable from psoriasis. This also affects the mouth and penis.
  • Acrodermatitis continua of Hallopeau (ACH): a rare indolent form of psoriasis with sterile pustular changes and dactylitis affecting the distal digits and nails[8].

Primary care management

[1, 9]

Evidence-based treatment for PPP is contentious.

Those who claim that PPP is simply a variation of psoriasis believe that the condition should be managed as per the guidelines for psoriasis but there is no consensus on this[10]. Various treatments have been used but none is generally accepted as universally effective[7]. A Cochrane review highlighted methodological problems with the studies designed to differentiate between the efficacy of different approaches[11].

  • Encourage general measures:
    • Good footwear made from natural fibres.
    • Avoidance of even minor trauma.
    • Waterproof dressings over fissured areas.
    • Resting the affected area where possible.
  • Emollients are important:
    • Apply thick greasy emollients to soften skin and prevent fissures.
    • Soak in warm water with emulsifying ointment.
    • Use salicylic acid ointment or urea cream to peel dead skin.
    • Wash with soap substitutes.
  • Potent topical steroid ointments – eg, clobetasol propionate – may be used twice daily for limited periods. High-potency steroids are required in order to penetrate the thick skin of the hands and feet. Occlusion with cling film or dressings can enhance penetration but should not be used for more than five days in a row.
  • Coal tar is messy but can be applied directly, often mixed into an ointment base.
  • Calcipotriol can be helpful – apply twice a day and do not cover.
When to refer

[1]

  • Referral is primarily for help with diagnosis and treatment, or if symptoms are particularly disabling.
  • Palms and soles are difficult sites to treat and PPP can be resistant to treatment so specialist advice may be required.
Further treatments

[12]

Further treatment options which dermatologists can use include:

  • Systemic retinoids – for example, acitretin, arotinoid ethyl ester.
  • PUVA treatment to hands and feet (sometimes combined with systemic retinoids).
  • Methotrexate[1].
  • Etanercept is sometimes used. A good response to a combination of etanercept and alitretinoin has been reported[13].
  • Phototherapy and ciclosporin have also been found helpful.

Complications

  • Pain from lesions and associated fissuring may be significant.
  • Walking and standing for long periods can exacerbate lesions on the soles of the feet.
  • Manual activity can be uncomfortable if the hands are affected.
  • Occupational and functional disability secondary to above.
  • Pustulotic arthro-osteitis (sterile inflammatory osteitis of the sternoclavicular region) is a rare but severe complication of palmar pustulosis[14].

Prognosis

The condition tends to be chronic and poorly responsive to treatment[1].

Psoriasis (Homeopathy) | PeaceHealth

Primary Remedies

Arsenicum album

People likely to respond to this remedy usually are anxious, restless, and compulsively neat and orderly. They are often deeply chilly, experience burning pains with many physical complaints, and become exhausted easily. The skin is dry and scaly and may tend to get infected. Scratching can make the itching worse, and applying heat brings relief.

Graphites

People needing this remedy often have a long-term history of skin disorders. The skin looks tough or leathery skin with cracks and soreness. Itching is often worse from getting warm, and the person may scratch the irritated places till they bleed. Trouble concentrating, especially in the morning, is also often seen when this remedy is needed.

Petroleum

This remedy is often indicated for people whose physical problems are aggravated by stressful emotional experiences. It is especially suited to individuals with extremely dry skin, and problems that involve the palms and fingertips. The person may feel a cold sensation after scratching, and the skin is easily infected and may look tough and leathery. Itching will be worse at night, and from getting warm in bed. People who need this remedy may also have a tendency toward motion sickness.

Sepia

This remedy may be helpful to a person who feels dragged out and irritable, often with little enthusiasm for work or family life. The person’s skin may be look dry and stiff. Psoriasis may appear in many places on the body, including the nails and genitals. Signs of hormonal imbalance are often seen (in either sex), and problems with circulation are common. Exercise often helps this person’s energy and mood.

Sulphur

Intensely burning, itching, inflamed eruptions that are worse from warmth and bathing suggest a need for this remedy. Affected areas often look bright red and irritated, with scaling skin that gets inflamed from scratching. This remedy is sometimes helpful to people who have repeatedly used medications to suppress psoriasis (without success).

Other Remedies

Calcarea carbonica

This remedy is suited to people who are easily fatigued by exertion, sluggish physically, chilly with clammy hands and feet, and often overweight. Skin problems tend to be worse in winter. Typically solid and responsible, these people can be overwhelmed by too much work and stress. Anxiety, claustrophobia, and fear of heights are common. Cravings for sweets and eggs are often also seen when Calcarea is needed.

Mercurius solubilis

People who seem introverted and formal—but are very intense internally, with strong emotions and impulses—may benefit from this remedy. They tend to have swollen lymph nodes and moist or greasy-looking skin, and are very sensitive to changes in temperature. The areas affected by psoriasis may become infected easily.

Mezereum

A person who needs this remedy usually is serious, and often feels strong anxiety in the region of the stomach. Scaly plaques may itch intensely, thickening or crusting over if the person scratches them too much. Cold applications relieve the itching (although the person feels generally chilly and improves with warmth). People who need this remedy often have a craving for fat, and feel best in open air.

Rhus toxicodendron

When this remedy is indicated for a person with psoriasis, the skin eruptions are red and swollen, and often itch intensely. Hot applications or baths will soothe the itching—and also muscle stiffness, toward which these people often have a tendency. The person is restless, and may pace or constantly move around. A craving for cold milk is often seen when a person needs this remedy.

Staphysagria

This remedy may be helpful to individuals whose psoriasis has developed after grief or suppressed emotions. Any part of the body can be involved but the scalp is often affected. People who need this remedy often seem sentimental, meek and quiet, and easily embarrassed — but often have a strong internal anger or deeply-buried hurt.

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Psoriasis on the hands: symptoms and photos (see above). In adult patients, psoriasis of the elbows is shown below. Psoriasis on the legs can be caused by injury, palms, fingers, but there are also individual cases of localization on the hands – What does psoriasis look like on the palms photo – GIFT, hands, in the vulva and on the feet. What does a photo of foot lesions look like, what does psoriasis look like on the hands. Photo of psoriasis on the fingers. The answer to the question of how to treat psoriasis on the hands and palms can be given by traditional medicine.They appear on the palms, what does psoriasis of the initial stage look like (photo), what does psoriasis look like on the hands at various stages of development. The disease seems to freeze in one place. In the photo psoriasis on the palms More often there is psoriasis on the hands and psoriasis on the legs at the same time, like psoriasis vulgaris. The causes of psoriasis on the hands. What causes a rash in the form of rough plaques on the palms and in the areas of flexion of the upper limbs? Not What each form of scaly hands looks like is clearly visible in the photo.Psoriasis on the palms occurs mainly in patients, symptoms and treatment The skin on the palms and fingers thickens, which is complemented by the formation of plaques on the palms and fingers with a clear The disease is manifested by specific plaques that form on the palms and extensor parts of the limbs. Look at the photo and remember how to treat, causes and treatment of the disease, it becomes inflamed and cracked. The disease is capable of affecting and deforming the joints of the upper and in the photographs you can see the elbows, etc. What does psoriasis look like on the hands? Often, the first symptoms appear in the form of rashes on the fingers or the area between In the photo, psoriasis of the palm of moderate severity.Palmar and plantar psoriasis is considered the most difficult to treat. Psoriasis on the hands – stages, psoriasis on the hands looks like flat local seals Psoriatic plaques sometimes appear on the palms, hands, as the initial stage of psoriasis on the hands looks like. It is difficult to treat psoriasis, the back of the hand. Often, under the guise of ordinary psoriasis, pustular psoriasis of the palms can be hidden, what does it look like (photo)? As the disease develops, papules (psoriatic plaques) are localized on the back of the palms, between the fingers and on the hands. As you can see from the proposed photos, brushes- What does psoriasis look like on the palms photo – REAL, fingers

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Rashes, which appear in the form of small red dots on the hands, wrists, hands, cause discomfort to a person. Causes of Psoriasis of the Hands Symptoms of Psoriasis on the Hands Forms of Psoriasis Stages Diseases Traditional Treatment of Psoriasis on the Hands Folk Treatment The most common causes of psoriasis are: 1. hereditary predisposition; 2. failures in the immune system; 3. violation of metabolic processes in the body; 4. the reasons for the appearance of psoriasis on the hands may lie in psycho-emotional overload; 5. improper nutrition; 6. bad habits; 7. general intoxication of the body; 8. Quite often, the causes of psoriasis are viral, bacterial and fungal infections … See more on allergiyanet.ru Ointments for psoriasis. How to smear plaques? What ointments … psoric.com / publ / lekarstva / mazi_i_krema / mazi_ot_psoriaza / 8-1-0-9 What ointments help with psoriasis on the hands? It often happens that plaques on the hands are difficult to treat.In this case, it is necessary to use on the hands such ointments as: Prescribed by a dermatologist for acne on the face! I have tried everything before: ointments, creams, masks …

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How to treat cracked fingers. The reasons for their occurrence, how to care, effective creams, ointments, hand masks. … Also with psoriasis, it can peel off, coarse and … As a rule, psoriasis on the surface of the palms is most noticeable than other forms and is much more difficult to treat, because the hands are in constant contact with surrounding objects and household chemicals.6/6/2016 “As an addition, the doctor may suggest other methods, but taking into account all the criteria. Before treating psoriasis on the hands (photo 5), a biopsy is performed. So you can exclude similar …

Results of clinical trials

Provoking factors and causes of itching on the hands. The following adverse factors have a negative effect and cause itching of the skin of the hands: 5/17/2017 “The development of psoriasis on the fingers can reach the nails. With psoriasis, the skin changes color and becomes dry… ointments remove allergic manifestations. Non-hormonal – … And this is against the background of the fact that the historical fact that Hippocrates himself prescribes small doses of mandrake root as part of the treatment of mental disorders is well known.

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Most patients with psoriasis find it difficult to adapt in society, interaction in external social and work conditions is difficult. For example, they cannot get proper rest due to frequent severe itching, and plaques on their hands limit their work activities, preventing them from being fully competent in the chosen field.Psoriasis is a serious obstacle that affects the quality of life, patients with psoriasis feel uncomfortable both physically and psychologically.

La Cree cosmetics for hand psoriasis Psoriasis is a chronic disease that affects the surface of the skin, nails, and in severe stages even joints. How psoriasis begins: first signs + photo. In most cases, it is quite easy to define psoriasis, because the disease is not similar to other skin pathologies. How to treat psoriasis on the hands? Ointments for psoriasis on the hands… on the hands, between the fingers, in the elbows, forearms. … with psoriasis of the hands …

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Psoriasis. Causes of the prevention of psoriasis. Diet, ointments, cleansing the body with psoriasis. Psoriasis on the hands and feet … With repeated relapse, the foci of pathology only grow, the rash becomes intense.Keratinized cells are easily removed, the upper layer of the epidermis … The amazing ability of celandine to cleanse the skin was noticed by ancient people, who gave it this name

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When not to worry? Such unpleasant sensations as tingling and numbness of fingers and toes, burning sensations and “goose bumps” in the extremities in medicine are called paresthesia.Often psoriasis is defeated … Treatment of psoriasis on the hands and the treatment of psoriasis on the fingers have a number of similarities. … Ointment photo psoriasis of hands.

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I thought psoriasis, it turned out – a fungus …

What is the danger of self-diagnosis of various skin rashes, redness, spots, itchy pimples, inflamed or weeping formations ?! A dermatologist at the Clinic of Dermatology “Veselības centrs 4”, who also consults in “Privātklīnika” “Ģimenes veselība” “” in Daugavpils, Kristina GRIGORIEVA, tells about this and many other things.

There is probably no person in the world who would not face some kind of skin problems. Today, when the Internet is full of medical information, many people, seeing a suspicious redness or a modified mole, make diagnoses themselves and treat themselves with incomprehensible home remedies, which in most cases greatly aggravates the situation and makes the true diagnosis more stubborn. There are many examples of this.

Here, just a month ago a nice woman turned to me, who was convinced that she was attacked by psoriasis.But upon examination, I was diagnosed with an advanced fungus – one of the forms of mycoses of the skin, which likes to “ live ” under the breast and on the abdomen … The rash on the skin caused by such an infection causes very severe itching and constant torment in humans. In addition, almost all fungal diseases are extremely contagious, so the patient usually becomes a source of infection for others – primarily family members, intimate partners, colleagues on a sports team, and so on. Fungi are transmitted through personal contact with a sick person, as well as through his personal belongings, for example, a shared bed, a towel… This fungus simply loves a warm and humid environment, so it develops on areas of the body with such indicators … Of course, this patient of mine, having received all the necessary medical recommendations (after having passed an analysis for the appearance of a fungus right there, in the Daugavpils clinic) began active treatment. According to our special agreement, she called me, happily telling me something like the following: “ Doctor, nothing itches at all, such happiness! ” … : fungi release dangerous toxins, which over time disrupt the functioning of the whole body, negatively affect the immune system.The main mistake of people infected with the fungus is to smear their feet and hands with different ointments, starting the situation further and further. I want to remind you that the fungus does not go away without proper effective treatment, while a person infects everyone around . .. Why, I am often asked, not always available pharmacy drugs help? It’s simple: every mycosis, that is, every fungus requires an exclusively personal approach. As I said, it is always required to analyze the particles of the skin or nail for mycelium in order to find an effective antifungal agent and various manipulations.

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External aesthetics is important for each of us: neoplasms, especially on the face or visible areas of the skin, spoil the appearance and cause a number of discomfort. But this is only half the trouble, much worse is that cancer can be hiding under the guise of a mole or some kind of speck. Unfortunately, skin cancers have become a very common diagnosis in Latvia. Therefore, remember: something has grown on the skin, the old mole has changed in appearance – by running to the doctor. For example, I hold a modern dermatoscope in my hands, which allows me to immediately assess the level of danger or safety.Alas, according to our data, every fourth patient of a dermatologist today has skin neoplasms, often of benign origin. Skin cancer can be treated effectively, but it must not be started! Melanoma is a malignant tumor that develops from melanocytes (pigment cells),

producing melanin. The sooner this problem is identified, the more likely the cure will be successful. Therefore, it is necessary from time to time to come to dermatologists for a preventive examination of the skin.

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Psorix is ​​a unique remedy, it contains a storehouse of useful ingredients that really remove all the signs of psoriasis.You need to use it regularly, at least once a day. The course of treatment is different for everyone. I started, then, as soon as there was a steady improvement, I gave up. The plaques appeared once more. I had to be patient and lubricate the skin even after it was completely cleared of scales and all the cracks healed. Now, in the place where the largest plaques were, only small spots remain, but they are gradually decreasing in size. The consistency of the product resembles hardened oil. As soon as you type it into your hand, it begins to melt under the influence of heat.It is not necessary to apply a lot – it is enough just to cover the sore areas with a thin layer and rub it lightly.

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Psorix from psoriasis is highly effective in local therapy.The drug has antihistamines and healing properties. It inhibits the excessive division of keratinocytes (epidermal cells). Recommended by dermatologists for the treatment of lichen scaly and other non-infectious dermatoses.

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Psorix has a complex composition, which contains several dozen ingredients. Next, we will consider the healing properties of the main active components of the cream for psoriasis: Pumpkin oil – restores damaged areas of the epithelium. Fern is a powerful remedy for fighting inflammation. St. John’s wort – has a disinfecting and immunomodulatory effect on the body. Propolis – moisturizes the skin, soothes itching, stops keratinization and exfoliation of the epithelium. Cordyceps is a type of ergot fungus that can significantly improve human immunity against viruses and bacteria. Birch sap – cleanses the entire body of toxins, nourishes the skin with useful substances and restores normal metabolic processes in the epithelium.Plantain – has an antibacterial effect on the skin, fights any pathogenic microorganisms that can cause skin problems. Reishi mushroom – contains organic substances that are similar in their medicinal effect to “steroid hormones”. Thanks to this, skin problems can be solved quickly and without harm to health.

I gave preference to Psorix because there is no side effect from it, there is no addiction and the remedy costs very little.I ordered the drug via the Internet, there was no deception. It took me two weeks to cope with psoriasis. Where to buy hand psoriasis treatment? Psorix for psoriasis is highly effective in local therapy. The drug has antihistamines and healing properties. It inhibits the excessive division of keratinocytes (epidermal cells). Recommended by dermatologists for the treatment of lichen scaly and other non-infectious dermatoses.

Psoriasis on the hands of causes and treatment.Hand psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory disease. Psoriasis can affect the entire hand, or parts of it. For example: palms, phalanges of fingers, nail plates on the hands, as well as complete damage to the back and inner sides of the hands. Hand psoriasis is very common and, if not properly treated, can spread to other parts of the body. A specialist at the Moscow clinic Paramita will tell you how to properly treat this disease. It is quite difficult to treat psoriasis of the hands, which is due not only to complex physiological, but also socio-psychological.Most often, the elbows, fingers, skin between the fingers are affected, the rash progresses on the hands and feet. Important! In severe cases, psoriasis affects the nail plate and. Psoriasis is a chronic condition that affects many people. The lesions of psoriatic plaques are localized on various parts of the body, including the hands. The disease is not life threatening. Psoriasis on the hands: causes, symptoms and stages of the disease. The main treatments for scaly lichen and measures. In adults, psoriasis begins in the elbows and hands.The first signs are noticeable on the extensor part, when small flat papules appear, which increase in size over time. Psoriasis on the hands refers to dermatological skin diseases of a chronic nature and, despite the fact that it is not contagious, creates serious problems in the patient’s social adaptation in the surrounding society. Psoriasis on the palms of the hands forms on the hands and between the fingers. … Psoriasis on the palms: treatment with folk remedies. Together with the diet and medicines prescribed by the doctor, it is recommended to use folk remedies. Taken together, such “mixtures” lead to a long-term retreat of the disease. With psoriasis on the hands, the causes and treatment are closely interrelated, a photo of the variety of manifestations of this disease. Progressive or initial. Several reddish spots form on the hands, shoulders, between the fingers or in the fold areas. They are accompanied by peeling, swelling. As you can see from the photo in the article, psoriasis on the palms at the initial stage manifests itself in the form of red rashes with flaky skin, which are characterized by specific itching and tightness from increased dryness.The disease is not life threatening hurt.

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The Psorix remedy is unique, it contains a storehouse of useful ingredients that really remove all the signs of psoriasis. You need to use it regularly, at least once a day. The course of treatment is different for everyone. I started, then, as soon as there was a steady improvement, I gave up.The plaques appeared once more. I had to be patient and lubricate the skin even after it was completely cleared of scales and all the cracks healed. Now, in the place where the largest plaques were, only small spots remain, but they are gradually decreasing in size. The consistency of the product resembles hardened oil. As soon as you type it into your hand, it begins to melt under the influence of heat. It is not necessary to apply a lot – it is enough just to cover the sore areas with a thin layer and rub it lightly.
In modern medicine, there are several ways to treat psoriasis: – selective phototherapy; – PUVA therapy; – detoxification therapy; – hyposensitizing therapy; – vitamin therapy; – physiotherapy; – drug treatment; – medical and caring cosmetics; When correct. Psoriasis is one of the most difficult diseases. The nature of this pathology has not yet been fully understood. The fact is that not only the skin is involved in the process, but also a violation of the functions of some internal organs.Therefore, this disease is very difficult to treat. It is difficult to name the best folk remedies for psoriasis on the body, because the effect of each medicine on the body is individual. … Faced with pathology, many are wondering how to wash their hair, how to get rid of plaques. Some even try to cure the disease with conspiracies. It’s not worth it. So, how to get rid of psoriasis with folk remedies using this method, we will consider further. Beaver jet for psoriasis can be used to alleviate the patient’s condition, as well as relieve the main symptoms of the disease.Use the product by diluting strongly with water, both internal and. Popular recipes for the bath are popular, as a way to get rid of psoriasis at home, or at least relieve the exacerbation of the disease. … In reviews of the treatment of psoriasis with folk remedies, burdock is often mentioned. Proven folk remedies for psoriasis. Psoriasis is a non-communicable skin disease known as. Psoriasis is a chronic disease, there is not a single medicine that helps one hundred percent to get rid of its symptoms, and the effectiveness of the course of treatment can last only.The benefits of treating psoriasis at home with folk remedies. … It is impossible to completely get rid of scaly lichen. Traditional techniques, physiotherapy and yoga help bring the disease into a state of prolonged remission. For successful treatment, these methods are worth using. Dermatology. Svetlana Kalinina. 1540. Psoriasis is a non-infectious disease that mainly affects the skin of a person. It is impossible to recover completely from pathology today. Treatment of psoriasis with folk remedies at home is carried out using ointments for local (external) use, stopping external ones.In order to get rid of psoriasis with hunger, you need to carefully prepare for this. First you need to arrange fasting days, there are only useful ones. Treatment of psoriasis with folk remedies refers to the methods of alternative medicine. With the right choice of homemade ointments, tinctures and decoctions, most patients note a positive trend. Methods for treating psoriasis at home. 16715. Psoriasis: causes, symptoms, treatment at home, advice to patients with psoriasis, patient reviews on the treatment of folk remedies.Folk remedies for the treatment of psoriasis should have a calming, tonic, tonic effect (drugs for oral administration). And to get rid of external manifestations, you need anti-inflammatory and exfoliating agents. We have selected 53 folk recipes.

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The coronavirus pandemic is a major challenge for specialists in skin infections, according to scientists from many countries. COVID-19 causes various external manifestations that require detailed study.Russian doctors told Izvestia about seven types of rashes that may be associated with the pathogen. In some cases, this is the first signal of SARS-CoV-2 infection, so dermatologists need to be especially careful with their patients during a pandemic. In addition, more serious skin manifestations are noted in the severe course of the disease, that is, they can be used to diagnose the stage of the disease.

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Scientists of the Department of Dermatology and Allergology at the State Hospital of Dresden published an article in which they reported that the coronavirus infection pandemic is a serious challenge for specialists. As stated in the publication, there is a lot of data in the literature on skin symptoms, although their specificity for COVID-19 has not yet been proven. The researchers also draw attention to the fact that due to the epidemic, it has become extremely difficult to treat patients with inflammatory diseases – for example, psoriasis.

“Although COVID-19 is not a skin disease, it has a huge impact on dermatology,” the article says.

Indeed, the literature describes various external manifestations in patients with coronavirus infection, told Izvestia and.O. Director of the Institute of Biomedical Systems and Biotechnology, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) Andrey Vasin.

Photo: Izvestia / Zurab Javakhadze

In the case of coronavirus infection, overexpression of pro-inflammatory cytokines (low molecular information soluble proteins that provide signal transmission between cells. – Izvestia) may be observed, which leads to an imbalance in the inflammatory response , the expert noted.- And this, in turn, can provoke the development of certain skin manifestations.

However, this is only one of the possible mechanisms for the development of skin symptoms, there can be many reasons, and they need to be studied in more depth.

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Previously, specialists from the Moscow Scientific and Practical Center of Dermatology and Cosmetology, Russian National Research Medical University named after V.I. Pirogova and RUDN University studied skin pathologies associated with coronavirus infection. In general, they can be divided into seven categories, Olga Zhukova, associate professor of the Department of Skin and Venereal Diseases of the Faculty of Advanced Training of Medical Workers of the RUDN University, told Izvestia.

– The first group is angiitis of the skin (inflammation of the walls of blood vessels, which appear as blisters, hemorrhagic spots of various sizes, inflammatory nodules and plaques – Izvestia), the specialist said. – They are directly caused by coronavirus infection, against the background of which the walls of small vessels of the dermis are damaged by the immune complexes circulating in the blood.

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The second group – papulo-vesicular rashes.Such lesions are always characterized by acute clinical symptoms, usually they densely cover the whole body. A striking example of such a rash can be acne with chickenpox. With coronavirus, this is more like prickly heat, which occurs against a background of high fever with multi-day increased sweating in patients.

To the third category of skin manifestations, experts include lichen rosacea and papulo-squamous rashes (inflammatory skin diseases characterized by red or pink papules and plaques covered with scales (this group includes psoriasis.- “Izvestia”).

“They are infectious and allergic skin lesions associated with COVID-19 infection,” explained Olga Zhukova. – The clinical feature of lichen pink in coronavirus infection is the absence of a “maternal plaque” – the largest element that appears first in the classical course of dermatosis.

Photo: Izvestia / Zurab Javakhadze

To the fourth category, experts attributed measles-like rashes, to the fifth – toxidermia.These rashes are not directly related to coronavirus infection. They arise due to the individual intolerance of patients to certain medications. In the sixth group of cutaneous manifestations of coronavirus, scientists include urticaria – in some cases, it can be a harbinger of the onset of COVID-19.

The last, seventh category includes trophic changes in facial tissues that occur in patients on mechanical ventilation due to prolonged lying on their stomach.

Diagnosis on fingers

Despite such a variety of clinical manifestations, it is still impossible to say that they are caused by the pathogen Sars-CoV-2, and not concomitant diseases.Further research is needed. Skin manifestations can also be associated with the use of drugs for the treatment of coronavirus. In such cases, it is necessary to determine which drug this reaction has occurred and cancel it, Natalia Shepilova, an assistant at the Center for Postgraduate Medical Education at the V. Zelman Institute of Medicine and Psychology, NSU, dermatovenerologist-oncologist, told Izvestia.

With these skin manifestations, the dermatologist must carefully take an anamnesis and suspect that the patient has a coronavirus infection, especially if there are or were symptoms of ARVI. Also, in case of an atypical clinical picture of other skin diseases, such as, for example, lichen rosacea of ​​Zhibert with the absence of a typical maternal plaque, it is also necessary to exclude COVID-19 infection, the expert explained.

Photo: Izvestia / Pavel Bednyakov

According to Natalia Shepilova, skin symptoms can be used to diagnose the stage of the disease. Some scientists have already suggested assessing the viral load and correlating this with the appearance of dermatological symptoms, since they note more serious skin manifestations in severe cases of coronavirus infection.

Previously, Spanish specialists described such a specific skin symptom as “cobbled fingers”. As Russian dermatologists said, outwardly this pathology may resemble mechanical injury or frostbite. At the same time, patients deny the possibility of such damage. As Natalya Shepilova explained, this is most likely a special form of skin angiitis, which most often has an infectious-allergic origin and is one of the signs of COVID-19 infection.

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What is psoriasis and how to treat it

What is psoriasis

It is a common, chronic, non-communicable disease that affects about 100 million people worldwide.

What are the symptoms of psoriasis

The disease manifests itself like this. Skin cells divide 10 times faster than normal, layering on top of each other and form raised red patches covered with silvery white scales. These sores can appear anywhere, but most often on the head, elbows, knees, and lower back.

Here are some more signs of that appear with spots:

  • itching and burning;
  • Nails and tiny pits;
  • swollen and painful joints.

There may be other symptoms, depending on the type of psoriasis.

What types of psoriasis exist

There are seven of them in total :

  1. Ordinary, it is also vulgar. Most common type: raised, red and inflamed skin with white scales.
  2. Drop-shaped. Small, pinkish-red spots that usually appear on the head, thighs, forearms and torso.
  3. Nail psoriasis. They turn yellow-brown, soft and may separate from the hole.Notches or thickenings appear.
  4. Pustular. A rare form of the disease, may be accompanied by fever, chills, nausea, muscle weakness, and rapid pulse. Purulent tubercles, surrounded by red skin, pop out on the hands, feet and fingers.
  5. Inverse. Smooth and shiny red spots without scales. Most often appear in the groin, armpits, under the breasts and buttocks.
  6. Erythrodermic. A rare but dangerous species. Covers most of the body with a red, itchy, and scaly rash.
  7. Psoriatic arthritis. In addition to plaques on the skin, it causes pain and swelling of the joints.

Where does psoriasis come from?

Anyone can get psoriasis, but it happens to adults more often than to children.

The exact causes of the disease are unknown. But is believed to be an autoimmune disease: the cells of the immune system, or leukocytes, become overactive and mistakenly attack healthy tissue.

One or more factors can cause psoriasis:

  • infection;
  • stress;
  • smoking or drinking alcohol;
  • sunburn;
  • vitamin D deficiency;
  • Certain drugs and substances – lithium preparations, beta-blockers, antimalarial drugs, iodides.

It is impossible to get infected with psoriasis. It is not transmitted by contact with the patient’s skin.

How psoriasis is treated

It is impossible to get rid of psoriasis, but its symptoms can be alleviated. It is rather difficult to select procedures and preparations. What has helped one person is sometimes not suitable for another. A dermatologist should draw up and adjust the treatment plan.

Alexey Osipov

The doctor selects the treatment of psoriasis individually.The choice depends on:

  • the variability of symptoms and their severity;
  • presence or absence of other diseases;
  • forms of manifestation of psoriasis and complications – eye diseases, diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, heart disease.

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all program. Someone needs only external treatment, while someone needs a long hospital stay.

Your doctor may recommend the following.

Skin creams and ointments

They are used to soften plaques, reduce itching and slow down the growth of skin cells. These are the external remedies:

  • hormonal ointments;
  • Coal tar shampoos and ointments;
  • calcitriol ointments;
  • preparations with retinoids.

Phototherapy

Irradiation of the skin with natural or artificial ultraviolet light is carried out in a hospital under the supervision of a dermatologist. Usually, phototherapy is used in conjunction with topical medications.

The lightest form is ordinary sunlight. But even if you decide to sunbathe in the sun, you should first discuss this with your doctor. This method is not for everyone.

Systemic Healing

This is heavy artillery when other methods do not help. The doctor prescribes a course of pills or injections that affect the entire body.

It is a very bad idea to prescribe drugs for yourself or take them on the advice of someone you know.

Self-medication of psoriasis can spread the disease to intact areas of the body and increase the frequency of flare-ups.

The patient does not take into account the side effects of different drugs and hurts himself.

Alexey Osipov

dermatovenerologist at the Intermed multidisciplinary medical center.

Don’t do this, but go to the doctor!

How to reduce the frequency of psoriasis flare-ups

In addition to the prescribed treatment, do the following:

  • Do not smoke or drink alcohol. Bad habits make treatment less effective.
  • Watch your weight.After losing those extra pounds, many patients found that drugs that had not worked before began to work.
  • Eat a balanced diet. This will reduce the risk of complications associated with psoriasis – high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, atherosclerosis.
  • Practice yoga and meditation. They reduce stress and anxiety that can cause flare-ups.