Psoriasis and Exercise
Patricia Bratianu
Patricia Bratianu
January 14, 2019
Understanding how to manage your psoriasis and exercise safely is crucial to your health. These simple tips will help you get moving and avoid flare-ups.

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11 Things You Might Not Know About Psoriasis

11 Things You Might Not Know About Psoriasis

Most people know psoriasis can cause itchy, scaly patches on the skin, but not much else. Let’s look at some facts about psoriasis you may not be aware of.
by Patricia Bratianu on September 1, 2015
New Research Into Link Between Psoriasis and Ethnicity

New Research Into Link Between Psoriasis and Ethnicity

Psoriasis affects approximately 3% of all people worldwide, but some groups are more prone than others to develop psoriasis.
by Patricia Bratianu on August 19, 2015
Is Psoriasis Hereditary?

Is Psoriasis Hereditary?

The significance of having a close family member who has psoriasis can be confusing, as varying studies have had varying results.
by Patricia Bratianu on July 1, 2015
Why Psoriasis and Asthma Often Co-Exist

Why Psoriasis and Asthma Often Co-Exist

Recent research shows an undeniable connection between asthma and psoriasis. It shows that those with psoriasis are about 40% more likely to develop asthma.
by Angela Finlay on June 24, 2015
Psoriasis in Children and Babies

Psoriasis in Children and Babies

Psoriasis in children is often misdiagnosed – lesions in children may not resemble the psoriatic plaques seen in adults. Learn the signs and treatments.
by Patricia Bratianu on May 27, 2015
How Does Psoriasis Develop?

How Does Psoriasis Develop?

How does psoriasis develop? The exact cause that triggers the development of psoriasis is not known, but there are some things scientists agree on.
by Brenda Vanta on May 11, 2015
Psoriasis White Patches

Psoriasis White Patches

One of the most common lasting effects of psoriasis flare-ups is the change in skin pigmentation or white patches.
by Brenda Vanta on May 6, 2015
Psoriasis and Weight

Psoriasis and Weight

There is a unique relationship between psoriasis and weight. Exercising regularly not only helps you shed extra pounds, but can also improve your psoriasis.
by Brenda Vanta on April 15, 2015
Heart Disease Risk

Heart Disease Risk

Since psoriasis stems from an inflammatory response of the immune system, many experts believe that this inflammation can raise the risk of heart disease.
by Angela Finlay on March 25, 2015
Hormones and Psoriasis

Hormones and Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an inflammatory disease, and hormones are notoriously taxing – combine the two and you could have an unhappy mixture of symptoms.
by Angela Finlay on March 11, 2015