The world is so big you can go and see it. Warm spring breeze May 1 is a golden time for travel. Many people have also begun to plan travel and get in touch with nature, and many of them have psoriasis sufferers.
Typical signs of psoriasis
Psoriasis has three typical characteristics, namely "squamous phenomenon", "film phenomenon" and "bloody phenomenon".
Psoriasis is highly symptomatic and most patients suffer from both anxiety and depression. It is not contagious, but requires more care from all aspects of society.
The survey showed that 63% of patients believe that disease seriously affects their quality of life, 47% experience some degree of anxiety and symptoms of depression, and 11% believe that disease has made their life worse than death. Only less than 15% received standard care in regular hospitals.
Psoriasis has a long course and requires long-term management of disease. Many patients will be accompanied by varying degrees of negative emotions, which, to a certain extent, will negatively affect condition. The compliance of patients with psoriasis can be improved through education, doctor-patient communication, and individual effective treatment.
Take your medication on time
When traveling, be sure to take medicine on time and according to amount to ensure a complete treatment process, especially to ensure that external medicine is sufficient to prevent skin damage in open air.
Protect well from sun
Every year, many cases of exacerbation or relapse of disease are recorded due to lack of sun protection during travel. Therefore, one can imagine importance of protection from sun. Umbrellas, sunglasses, sun protection clothing, etc. are required to go outside.
Eat a light diet, avoid fatty foods, eat more eggs, lean meats, milk, soy milk, etc. to supplement protein, and drink plenty of water;
Avoid spicy foods such as garlic, ginger, onions, tobacco and alcohol, sea fish, shrimp and crabs, beef and lamb, mushrooms, fried, fried foods such as roast duck, smoked fish, peanuts, seeds melons.
Protect your body while traveling to prevent injuries and abrasions caused by mistakes.
When going outside, choose a well-ventilated, dry and non-humid living space, and keep room clean and hygienic.