Stress induced psoriasis

Stress and psoriasis

Rest way to healthy skin? It turns out that the removal stress can be of great importance in the treatment of dermatological diseases.

Research on psoriasis, conducted by world-renowned specialist in this field, Dr. Michael Tirant, creator of Dr. Michaels preparations have shown that in some parts of the world, the disease is much less common than in others. With psoriasis often struggling residents of countries such as Denmark, Germany, Norway, and less often - for example Polynesia.

One of the reasons for this is the sun, which positively affects the state of our skin is also important lifestyle in different parts of the world. Polynesian lives because much quieter than eg. In Europe, people have less reason to stress, they are more rested.

According to Dr. Tirant, that's what stress is one of the most important factors affecting the patient's skin condition psoriasis. The scientist assigned him to a group of secondary factors, ie, those that exacerbate symptoms. Other factors of this group include alcohol, tobacco, poor diet and dehydration.

Dr. Tirant during a press conference in Poland drew attention to the vicious circle in which often fall into those suffering from psoriasis - a period in which the patient more stressed (eg. problems at work, failures in his personal life) - a skin condition significantly deteriorates. This in turn adversely affects the well-being of the patient and an additional reason to stress.

Therefore, the ability to cope with stress, not only for psoriasis patients but also other patients with dermatological, is so important.

Three ways to cope with stress

1. Eliminate the life of stressful situations

Not all stressors can be eliminated. Some like. Job loss or death of a loved one, are beyond our control. During the struggle with stress but you can avoid many nervous situations: conflicts, meetings with unpopular people rush rivalry.

Many stressful situations in our everyday life provides job. They can result from poor work organization (eg. work under pressure), the liability associated with the male position, or 'limited human contact. Changing jobs is not an easy decision, but it can significantly improve quality of life.

2. Relaxation techniques

Dr. Tirant asked about ways to cope with stress states, inter alia meditation, tai chi or eg. Fishing, which is an ideal way to wind down and contact with nature. Stress allow you to control both physical exercise - not just those of a relaxation, such as yoga or stretching, but also more comprehensive, such as aerobic workouts. Jogging, or cycling, as well as breathing exercises themselves.

3. Positive thinking

It sounds corny, but a positive attitude plays a huge role in controlling stress. Sometimes just a simple change of mindset and determine the situation of events - instead of calling something "failure" or "failure", think of it as "science".

When you are "furious", "agitated", "angry" - see mind that it is only "annoyance" and so on. Positive thinking also refrain from whining, seeing pluses, even in uncomfortable situations, enjoy the little things.

Such an attitude to the world facilitate contacts with others, optimistically minded people, and avoiding those who focus only on mourning their fate.

It is difficult to implement in their life changes that reduce stress, but it's worth realize that eliminating nerve condition may positively affect not only the skin condition, but also on your overall health. Because stress increases susceptibility to cardiovascular, digestive and immune system.


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