January 21, 2021 3 min read
Keeping the snow outside during the winter is an ongoing battle when you live with psoriasis! In an epidemiological study by Islam et al (2011), 47.1% of people with psoriasis reported a deterioration in symptoms during winter . This is due to factors such as colder temperatures, lower humidity, drier and heated indoor air, shorter days, less sun exposure, more illness, and stress.
Read our 11 tips for preventing and managing flare-ups this winter:
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