Many people with psoriasis don't know how they got psoriasis. They usually have good skin, but somehow they get psoriasis. In fact, many of causes of psoriasis are closely related to certain lifestyle habits. Let's all figure it out together.
Reduce spicy and irritating foods such as onion, garlic, leek, ginger, wine, chili, pepper, pepper, cinnamon, star anise, cumin, etc.
In everyday life, do not eat foods that can cause allergic reactions. Patients with psoriasis should try not to smoke and drink less alcohol. Tobacco and alcohol are irritating products and are also one of important factors that cause psoriasis. In order to achieve a normal life, work and leisure, we must replenish nutrients that the body loses every day in a timely manner.
Eat more vitamin-rich foods, such as fresh vegetables and fruits, and protein supplements. High protein foods such as beans, milk, nuts, etc.
Psoriasis patients should note that there is no need for strict dietary restrictions to avoid nutritional imbalances that reduce immunity and lead to relapses of psoriasis.
Infection can cause or worsen psoriasis. It has been confirmed that more than half of initial manifestations of psoriasis in children are associated with acute upper respiratory tract infection.
In many patients with joint psoriasis or psoriasis vulgaris, after their condition has stabilized, a severe cold, a local skin infection, or an infection from body (upper respiratory tract infection, fever, pharyngitis, tonsillitis) can cause recurrence and worsening of joint symptoms and skin.
Injuries such as trauma, scratches, surgical incisions, sun exposure, acupuncture, etc. can easily trigger isomorphic reactions of psoriasis!
The so-called isomorphic response means that normal skin can cause same skin changes as existing skin disease after non-specific damage.
The mechanism of an isomorphic reaction can be an autoimmune phenomenon. Due to trauma, inflammation of skin and other irritants, some damage to epidermis and dermis, autoantigens are produced that cause a number of immunological reactions in body. body, resulting in skin pathology Variety.
Therefore, patients with psoriasis should pay attention to protecting themselves and avoid injury.
Environmental factors are also one of causes of psoriasis. In daily life, if patients live in a highly polluted or dark and humid environment for a long time, incidence of psoriasis will increase significantly.
Patients with psoriasis should pay attention to hygiene of living environment in everyday life, open windows in time for ventilation and try to avoid long-term living in a humid environment.
Psoriasis is a physical and mental illness, and its onset is often associated with psychological factors in patient. If you are faced with tremendous life pressure in life or death of a loved one causes sadness, depression and other emotions, if such psychological emotions exist for a long time, body's immunity will decrease. Feelings of great joy and sadness will make psoriasis a disease that can easily recur or worsen! Control your emotions consciously!
Reminder. There are many causes of psoriasis. Patients with psoriasis should lead a healthy lifestyle and pay more attention to triggers of psoriasis so that we can better understand our disease and better prevent recurrence of disease.