Social relations. Social relationships

 

Social relationships. Psoriasis isn’t contagious! Unfortunately, the widespread lack of information on the subject often leads people to think that psoriasis can be contagious, which is why sufferers often have to put up with rude comments. Finding as much information as possible about the condition and passing it on to family and friends can be the best way to minimize uncomfortable situations.

Social relationships

 

 

PSORIASIS ISN'T CONTAGIOUS!!!

 

Unfortunately, the widespread lack of information on the subject

often leads people to think that psoriasis can be contagious, which is why

sufferers often have to put up with rude comments.

 

For many people with psoriasis, one of the worst aspects of the disease concerns precisely the lack of understanding on the part of people who

are unempathetic and unsupportive because they do not understand what the sufferer is going through. 

Finding as much information as possible about the condition and passing it on to family and friends can be the best way to minimise uncomfortable situations.

 

SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

 

Of course, psoriasis makes social relations complicated due to the emotional effect and discomfort it creates.

  It's hard to establish new relationships or ask someone out because you are worried about how they will judge you.

Whatever the severity of your psoriasis, the best approach you can take is to be open and honest with everyone so that you do not give rise to different thoughts about the disease.

It is important to express your feelings, encouraging others to ask questions to understand how it works and to point out that, like many other medical conditions, it can be managed and controlled.

 

 

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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