Risk Factors. Psoriasis Causes

Risk factors. The causes of psoriasis are not yet clearly known and include a number of factors (genetic immunological environmental) that play a role in its development, as well as the "triggering events", stress and poor diet play an essential role.

 

 

The causes of psoriasis are not yet clearly known and include a number of factors (genetic, immunological and environmental) that play a role in its development, as well as the "triggering events" of various kinds. What is certain is that, along with genetic predisposition, also psychic and mental disorders, stress and poor diet play an essential role. On the other hand, the disease carries a load of physical psychological social and economic suffering, whose effects, taking a longer view, hinder the patient to live a full life or a suitable quality of life.

Some habits can be particularly harmful for those with psoriasis.

Some risk factors are certainly:

 

STRESS

 

Emotional stress has been associated with the development of psoriasis; it may trigger the symptoms and the itch. Many of us cannot avoid stress, but there are many ways to manage it better. For example, exercise is a great way to relieve stress. Many people benefit from the practice of yoga, tai chi, Pilates or meditation. And even just talking to someone you trust can be very useful. Sometimes just closing your eyes for 15 minutes can have a very calming effect.

WEIGHT

Many people with psoriasis live a sedentary lifestyle and have an increased risk of gaining excessive weight. Being overweight can make it harder to treat the plaques in the cavities and in the skin folds. In addition, obesity is associated with high blood pressure, dyslipidemias, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes mellitus, which further affect the quality of life of patients.

SMOKING

Many studies have suggested that smokers have an increased risk of developing psoriasis. Smoking, especially for long-time heavy smokers, increases enormously the risk of heart disease. Moreover, smoking can decrease the healing ability of some drugs. Quitting is not easy, but your doctor can help you with various support options.

Cigarette smoking is increasingly mentioned as a risk factor in psoriasis. There are reports of the improvement of psoriasis by quitting smoking. The relationship between the use of cigarettes and clinical forms of psoriasis such as palmoplantar pustular psoriasis is strongly related in women with total remissions once they stop smoking.

ALCOHOL  

There is evidence that an excessive consumption of alcohol can increase the risk of psoriasis. Some medications - including some against psoriasis - may interact with alcohol because they are metabolized in the liver and can cause hepatotoxicity. You must discuss with your pharmacist about any possible interaction.

Patients suffering from psoriasis should avoid alcohol consumption since it limits the use of systemic treatment.

HIGH CHOLESTEROL 

Many people with chronic diseases have high cholesterol or an unhealthy cholesterol profile. People with psoriasis are no exception. We can often find dyslipidemias alone or associated with other systemic diseases. For this reason, it is important to maintain a healthy diet low in fat and rich in vegetables and fruits.

 

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