Managing Pain and Itch

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Itch and pain are two of the top symptoms for people living with psoriatic disease. Up to 90% of people with psoriasis experience itch, which can sometimes create a burning, tingling, or stinging sensation in areas with plaques and areas clear of psoriasis. Chronic pain is experienced by those living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and can be accompanied by anxiety, depression, and fatigue. Request your free resources to learn more about:

  • Triggers that can worsen itch and how to reduce their impact
  • Ingredients to look for in over-the-counter products that treat itch
  • Talking with your health care provider about chronic pain
  • Tips and tools to decrease everyday pain

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