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How to Determine Your Psoriasis Type

Psoriasis can affect anyone but it is usually linked to family history. Most people will experience the first signs of psoriasis between 15-35 years old, but it can affect you at any age. Psoriasis is a skin disorder that speeds up the growth cycle and attacks healthy skin cells. The skin can build up and create bumpy red patches with white scales. It usually appears on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back but it can really appear anywhere.

Psoriasis can be managed by:

  • Avoiding fragrances
  • Eating a healthy diet
  • Taking dietary supplements for psoriasis
  • Reducing stress
  • Avoiding alcohol
  • Preventing dry skin
  • Not smoking 

Types of psoriasis

Plaque psoriasis: this is the most common type of psoriasis. It is itchy and causes redness and is very painful.

Scalp psoriasis: this causes a dry, itchy scalp. 

Nail psoriasis: this can cause your nails to appear discolored and your nails can get extremely weak and can end up crumbling. 

Psoriatic arthritis:  main symptoms are stiffness, joint pain, and swelling. It can affect your joints and spine. 

Inverse psoriasis: causes patches of redness, and irritated skin in all of the folds of the body including under the breasts, under the armpits, or around the groin and genitals.

Pustular psoriasis:  this type of psoriasis is rare but it becomes red at first and is very sensitive to the touch. Within a couple of hours it will create a pus-filled blister. These can clear up and come back from time to time. Pustular psoriasis can cause:

  • Kidney and liver problems
  • Chills
  • Fever
  • Diarrhea 

The best way to mend your psoriasis is to take daily baths and use a hydrating lotion right after that will get your psoriasis under control. Gloves In A Bottle is a great shielding lotion that has been proven to help with psoriasis.

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