Hi, I am 72 years young and have lived with psoriasis for over 65 years. That is what I remember. I have found a way to eliminate my patches, through diet. I am willing to share that if there is an audience!
A married man was having an affair with his secretary.
One day, their passions overcame them and they took off for her house.
Exhausted from the afternoon's activities, they fell asleep and awoke at around 8 p.m.
As the man threw on his clothes, he told the woman to take his shoes outside and rub them through the grass and dirt. Mystified, she nonetheless complied and he slipped into his shoes and drove home.
"Where have you been?" demanded his wife when he entered the house.
"Darling," replied the man, "I can't lie to you.
I've been having an affair with my secretary.
I fell asleep in her bed and didn't wake up until eight o'clock."
The wife glanced down at his shoes and said, "You liar! You've been playing golf!"
#1 tip - diet diet diet - avoid endocrine disruptors in your food (hormones, herbicides, pesticide) - these ruin gut health and cause inflammation... this inflammation may be the cause and most certainly exacerbates most autoimmune diseases including psoriasis - try to eat only organic foods - avoid trigger foods like sugar, nightshade plants, alcohol, dairy and gluten - find out what your triggers are by eliminating these common triggers then add them back in slowly one at a time!
...feeling excited Flaym @flaym
Dolores I think if we really want to try, then we do whatever. I know I did. I've seen some posts about the dangers of the UV light. I have one too but I never use it anymore. I'm not planting fear, so don't get me wrong. Cant remember who posted about the UV dangers, but maybe they will see this and comment. Glad things are going well with you and your psoriasis and life in general.