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My Psoriasis: More of a Psychological Thing?!

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Psoriasis is among the most common Skin issues, understood very little and looked at as something that cannot be diagnosed. Yes, this is true to some extent. This condition causes scaly, dry patches that tend to spread rather quickly and scraping the skin tends to worsen the situation. Psoriasis is essentially a kind of rash that comes on unannounced, without any type of allergen or external entity causing it. However, in my case, I have observed that whenever am too stressed or obsessive thinking take over, I get these patches. The spots are light maroon, spread near my nose, on either sides, above the lips and sometimes on the chin too. Do any of you have such a health condition? I mean, something that surfaces only when you are stressed or something directly related to your psychological status?


- you get this feeling to scratch in the most demonic manner
- soon after the scalp is scratched, there is development of reddish, flaky skin on either side of the nose
- sometimes, this patch will become big and make it to the upper lip area
- pinkish patches can last for days, are very dry and make the skin less pleasant to shave
- it takes days for the patches to heal
- you need to moisturize them in the most scared manner, rubbing in the vaseline
- yes, vaseline is the solution to use, not oils or creames of souffle...none of them work
- lately, scratching the scalp has also led to some hair strands falling off
- this form of psoriasis is somewhat similar to urticaria breakouts
- they can be controlled by some form of anti-allergic medications
- the effect of homeopathic drugs is immense if used just when the breakout surfaces
- breakouts can be stimulated by stress or by using an alternative/untested cosmetic product
- icing is not a big help and you might want to stay away from any significant source of heat


This post first appeared on Chronicles Of Riding The Delhi Metro, please read the originial post: here

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