1. Use Moisturizing Creams

Symptoms get worse when your skin is dry, so keep it moist with Salvx Rescue Cream. Salvx has proven anti-inflammatory and hydrating ingredients such as Cherimoya and Beetroot extract. To help remove scales, apply Salvx on top of them, then cover the area with plastic wrap or another waterproof material. Leave it on for a few hours, then remove it.

  1. Take Care of Your Skin

Never pick at patches or scales, as you may make your psoriasis worse. Use caution when trimming your nails. If you cut yourself, it might make symptoms flare. Limit your baths and showers to 10 minutes at a time. Avoid very hot water.

  1. Avoid Dry, Cold Weather

Climate can have a big effect on psoriasis. For many people, cold, dry weather makes symptoms worse. Hot weather usually makes them better, but not always.

  1. Avoid Scrapes, Cuts, Bumps, and Infections

It's extra important for people with psoriasis to avoid bumps and cuts. Trauma to your skin can cause a flare. Infections can also cause problems. Be especially careful when shaving. Avoid acupuncture and tattoos, and do your best to prevent insect bites and chafing.

  1. Get Some Sun, But Not Too Much

The ultraviolet rays in sunlight slow the growth of skin cells, so getting moderate doses of sun is good. But make it brief – about 20 minutes or so at a time. And use sunscreen. Sunburn can trigger psoriasis. Some medications can make your skin more sensitive to ultraviolet rays, so talk to your health professional first.

  1. Zap Stress

Although it hasn't been proven, many people link flare-ups to stress. So, try to relieve your anxiety. That may be easier said than done, but you can try relaxation techniques like meditation or yoga, for starters.

  1. Watch How Much Alcohol You Drink

The connection between alcohol and psoriasis isn't clear, but some think it can worsen symptoms, especially in men. Alcohol can be dangerous if you're using certain psoriasis drugs, so check with your health professional.

   8.   Exercise, Eat Right, and Maintain a Healthy Weight

Although no studies have shown a link between diet and psoriasis, experts recommend that people with the condition eat a well-balanced diet that's high in fruits and vegetables. Some people say their symptoms improve when they remove dairy or gluten. Exercise may also help. Some studies show excess weight can trigger flares, so stay at a healthy weight.

Thanks to Web MD for facts. 

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