Emotional Impact of Psoriatic Disease

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When you are flaring, you talk to your health care provider. But what about when your disease impacts your emotional health? Studies show that people with psoriatic disease are more likely to experience feelings of depression and anxiety.

If you feel overwhelmed or isolated by your disease, you are not alone.

Request your updated Emotional Impact Quick Guide to learn about:

  • How stress can impact psoriatic disease
  • Ways to handle social stigma
  • Managing relationships

(An NPF Patient Navigator will respond to your request within approximately 3 business days.)

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