Self-care Inside & Out

Treating moderate to severe plaque psoriasis is part of wellness. Flare-ups can be awful, and no one would blame you for wanting to cover up and stay inside. But the truth is that getting out and doing the things that make you feel good play a part in taking care of your plaque psoriasis. Here’s what you should know about your mind-body connection:

Treating moderate to severe plaque psoriasis is part of wellness. Flare-ups can be awful, and no one would blame you for wanting to cover up and stay inside. But the truth is that getting out and doing the things that make you feel good play a part in taking care of your plaque psoriasis. Here’s what you should know about your mind-body connection:

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Sometimes managing psoriasis can be stressful. If you can, find a quiet place to decompress. Even 5 minutes can help. You can try yoga, meditation, or even just holding a deep breath and slowly exhaling a few times to relax your whole body. Everyone’s got different triggers. Pay attention to how you’re feeling when you have a flare-up so you can work through those emotions.

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You deserve to do what you like—staying active and eating healthy are important. Getting outside, going for a walk with friends, or biking can lift your spirits.

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Getting treatment for psoriasis can reduce the inflammation causing the plaques. Smoking, taking drugs, or drinking too much are harmful behaviors that can affect your overall health. If you need to, ask your doctor for help to break these habits.

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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.