14 Aug 07:19
Secrets, coping, diet
If you could give yourself one piece of advice about psoriasis, what would you tell yourself?
Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.
14 Aug 07:44
Ignore stupid people's reactions.
14 Aug 07:54
14 Aug 07:58
Relax and see the sun!
14 Aug 08:10
Psoriasis is what is on the outside.
the real me is what is inside.
14 Aug 08:26
Don’t let it control your life....which I hate to admit it has done.
14 Aug 08:39
Don’t worry about the things you can’t change.
14 Aug 08:46
Stay inflammation free if you can. Difficult but possible. Love yourself and your P and you will see a difference
14 Aug 09:01
There's no cure so all you can do is try to manage it the best you can. Dont stress and be gentle on yourself.
14 Aug 11:47
When down think positive,it can/ will improve when armed with information and finding what works for me to make life bearable
14 Aug 12:06
You'll have good days and bad days. But don't get overwhelmed itll be ok
14 Aug 13:52
Stress less...and try to pay attention to things that may cause flares.
Keep a diary to see is there are cyclic patterns...or foods etc that are common to flares.
14 Aug 14:58
Love the one you’re with which will ALWAYS BE YOU!
14 Aug 17:15
We are not alone so we have just got too get on with our lives and try not too stress over it
14 Aug 19:00
Do not over analyse your skin!
14 Aug 21:13
Never give up! Keep searching for a cure.
15 Aug 09:14
Psoriasis is a condition I have, it does not define me nor it controls me. You learn to live with it and keep going. Even though it is a very ugly and sometimes painful condition, I am not focus on it 24/7.
Life is much more than my psoriasis.
15 Aug 10:00
Act immediately, don't let it get out of hand. Learn as much as possible about the disease, talk to other P sufferers. And most importantly it affects everyone differently although the symptoms are the same, there are more than one type of P. Don't be discouraged - there are ways to fight it. You are still beautiful.
15 Aug 10:28
One thing after reading some comments I really want to stress... I have had Psoriasis for over 30 years. But even though I repeatedly visited gp's. ..yes various as I moved locations...it was never thought to be savvy to refer me to a specialist. Ir was not until I asked forva referal for what I thought was stubborn nail fungus that I was told I had Psoriasis.
I am a hairdresser by trade...my ongoing scalp flares I thought were dandruff.
PLEASE if you think anything is not right... request/DEMAND if need be a referal.... for any health issues.
I have scarred elbows, from years of being told to use heel balm from chemist... I cannot believe gp's thought it was normal dryness...acceptable in their eyes. It was scaling so badly it bled.
16 Aug 09:54
There is people with worse than p that keeps me sane
17 Aug 21:48
As the British would say "Keep calm and carry on"
18 Aug 01:59
Be patient with yourself. Don't push, It will pass and you will feel better .
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