Commit to you

With psoriatic arthritis, it's OK to focus on you. Why? Because you have to take care of yourself first before you can take care of others. Use these 3 simple tips as a daily reminder to A.C.T. to get the care you and your psoriatic arthritis deserve.

With psoriatic arthritis, it's OK to focus on you. Why? Because you have to take care of yourself first before you can take care of others. Use these 3 simple tips as a daily reminder to A.C.T. to get the care you and your psoriatic arthritis deserve.

Commit to you guide tip 1
  • You are more than enough
  • It’s OK to just be—love isn’t measured by the things you do
  • You didn’t ask for psoriatic arthritis, so stop apologizing for it
  • Others want to help. Let them (without any guilt)
Commit to you guide tip 2
  • Don’t settle. Why hang on to a treatment that no longer offers steady relief?
  • Do what you like. Walk, swim, cook, garden, shop, whatever
  • Support helps! Try individual counseling or join a group
Commit to you guide tip 3
  • It’s OK to expect more from the people in your life
  • If your rheumatologist is falling short, find a new one
  • Don’t be afraid to take steps toward finding a better normal
  • Imagine fewer ups and downs, and more good days

Find a doctor today

For a chance at 100% skin clearance* of moderate to severe plaque psoriasis or relief from psoriatic arthritis joint pain, why not ask your doctor if Taltz is right for you?

* In a clinical trial for people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis who used Taltz, up to 90% of people saw a significant improvement in their plaques at 12 weeks. 4 out of 10 people achieved 100% clear skin.

In a separate clinical trial for psoriatic arthritis, more than half of people taking Taltz experienced less joint pain and improved mobility at 6 months.