...feeling happy Michelle @michelle1021

Itch, healthcare system, diet

I found a few spots on my body yesterday. I guess it is due to the cold dry wind. In a couple of days it will be winter.


Theme Psoriasis in Winter Season Changes and Psoriasis

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9 responses

Michelle @michelle1021

I found that getting winter P is more difficult to get rid off than Summer Spots.

john,Hulk @chewbacca

Sorry about this Michelle, winter sucks big time, i hate winter,i just like it warm and not cold , i hope you can keep on top of it Michelle,

Michelle @michelle1021

I hope so too John. The spot I had on my ear is gone but I will have to check the one on my hand. I will have to keep my hands warm. :)

john,Hulk @chewbacca

yes i had one on my ear ridge, pain in the butt, its getting better now,i do keep an eye on my face flakes a lot,i put lots of moisturizer on my face before bedtime, makes my face look better in the morning, can be obsessive being on spot watch, though i have calmed down from that now,think it does help to ignore it as much as possible for me anyway, thanks Michelle :)

Mishlyn @mishlyn

Sorry to hear that, I Hope they leave as quickly as they came Michelle! The transition from summer to winter is my toughest season change. Hopefully between your tar creams, lemon and moisturizing it helps!

Michelle @michelle1021

Thanx Michelle. I hope so too but I think my menopausal condition is to blame. :)

Sarah @sarahuk

Argh no, new spots are quite discouraging! But I'm sure you'll manage them away in no time.

Shawn @EatOrganic

Michelle - so wild it will be winter there soon as summer is just beginning here in Florida - the 23.5 degree tilted axis of the earth does amazing things! Stay warm, hydrated and avoid eating chemical ladened foods! Remember when life was simple and your mom would say something like wear your seatbelt, or eat your veggies —- now one must say - avoid chemical ladened foods which ruin good gut bacteria and cause inflammation and autoimmune disease!

Clint @NJClint

Stay warm and safe with some lemon 🍋 in your place

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