Some people with psoriasis find that weather can cause changes in their symptoms. However no matter the temperature, there are several techniques you can use to control flare-ups.
For many people with psoriasis, winter brings more than just low temperatures and wet weather. It can actually make their psoriasis worse. Here are some tips to help manage your symptoms in the cold weather:
Some people actually find that their psoriasis symptoms seem to improve during the summer. This may be because of the effects of the sun’s ultraviolet rays (especially UVB).
It’s important to avoid sunburn, which can make your psoriasis symptoms worse and the body psoriasis treatment you've been undergoing will go in vain.
Check with your dermatologist to make sure that the sunblock you are using will not irritate your symptoms.
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Some people with psoriasis find that weather can cause changes in their symptoms. So not to look for treatment for psoriasis, there are several techniques you can use to control flare-ups.
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