Get Clearer Skin and Live Life to its Fullest


From helping you get enough Vitamin D to allowing your body to naturally fight depression, natural sunlight can have an incredibly positive impact on your physical and mental wellbeing-- especially if you have psoriasis. One study showed people with psoriasis typically have low Vitamin D levels, and, since natural sunlight is the best way to increase your body’s levels of the vitamin, it may also be able to help reduce the intensity of your psoriasis.

If you have psoriasis, you could be vulnerable to a variety of other health conditions — including arthritis, heart disease, psoriatic disease, and other medical issues. According to the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF), up to 30% of people with psoriasis also develop psoriatic arthritis. But that’s not the only other condition that’s likely to affect people with psoriasis — if you have psoriasis, you are at greater risk of developing a variety of comorbid conditions and/or disorders including diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety, hypertension, and cardiovascular issues. Despite the risks associated with psoriasis, research continues to reveal that taking...

Both research and anecdotal evidence show that many people with psoriasis have more than a few triggers in common. Understand these triggers, and avoid them, and you could be one step closer to healthier, clearer skin.