Psoriasis and Depression

 

Psoriasis and depression. Living with a chronic disease can lead to feelings of dissatisfaction and anxiety, and this is completely normal. However, it is not normal if this suffering turns into long periods of depression. In this case it is necessary to do something about it and talk to a specialist.

You sense the signs

Changes in appetite and weight

Changes in sleeping patterns

Slowness of movement or agitation or restlessness

Decreased sex drive

Loss of energy, weakness, and fatigue

Being short tempered for no reason and being easily irritable

Being short tempered for no reason and being easily irritable

Problems with concentration and difficulty making decisions

 

 

Psoriasis is a serious condition that can severely affect how you see yourself 

and how others see you. An observational study conducted by the European Federation of Psoriasis Patient Associations (EUROPSO)

found that half of patients with severe psoriasis think their disease is a significant problem in their daily life.

Living with a chronic disease can lead to feelings of dissatisfaction and anxiety, and this is completely normal.

However, it is not normal if this suffering turns into long periods of depression.

In this case it is necessary to do something about it and talk to a specialist.

 

The most common signs that can help you recognise depression are:

 

 

Hypochondria, worry and fear for your health

Distressed and hopeless perspective

Loss of interest in things that normally satisfy you and inability to enjoy yourself

Suicidal thoughts and death wish; if you experience this, contact your doctor immediately.

If you recognise four or more of the symptoms listed above in yourself, see a doctor.

 

If you have not got any good results with other psoriasis products, try Psotherapy the natural remedy, successfully tested by millions of people around the world, without contraindications or side effects.

 

 

 

The information in this site is for informational purposes only, in no case may constitute the formulation of a diagnosis or the prescription of a treatment; it’s not intended and must not in no way replace the direct doctor-patient relationship or the specialist visit; it is recommended to always ask the opinion of your doctor and/or specialists about any indication given. If you have doubts or questions about the use of a Psotherapy product do not hesitate to contact your doctor. Read the Disclaimer »

 

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