Kim Kardashian Just Opened Up About How She Deals With Psoriasis

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While statistics vary, it’s believed that between 2 to 3% of the U.S. populations has this chronic skin disease. In other words, about 5 to 7 million people have this health issue. While it commonly appears in people their twenties, it can affect anyone of any age, male or female. Of these millions of people with this skin condition, various celebrities including Kim Kardashian also suffer from this condition.

About six years ago, Kim Kardashian announced that she was dealing with this condition. Recently, Kim opened up a bit more on her struggles with this condition and how she deals with it so that it doesn’t dictate how she lives her life.

She mentioned that after dealing with psoriasis for the past six years, her inclination to hide the scaly patches is now over with.

“Since I was first diagnosed with psoriasis in 2010, I’ve been pretty open about my struggles with it. I have that one patch on my right leg that is the most visible. I don’t even really try to cover it that much anymore. Sometimes I just feel like it’s my big flaw and everyone knows about it, so why cover it?” Kim said on her app.

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As for how she deals with it, she mentioned that when the lesions first appeared cortisone injections were recommended to her to fight the inflammation and she gets this shot once every few years. In the interim she also uses topical cortisone creams at night before bed in addition to watching what she eats as far as foods to eat and foods to avoid.

This is not all of course especially when money is not an object such as being able to afford high-priced dermatologists.  Kim Kardashian took a trip to well-known dermatologist to the stars, Dr. Harold Lancer who recommended in a segment on her reality show that she slow down her lifestyle with a focus on reducing stress which is one of many triggers for psoriasis.

But it seems like Kim Kardashian suffers from mild to moderate psoriasis which though still a struggle, can be somewhat controlled (but not cured) using topical corticosteroids and various other medications and creams as well as making simple lifestyle changes.

Even though you may not have the bank account to purchase any and all treatments recommended for psoriasis including doctor’s office visits, there are many inexpensive effective products for psoriasis and well as simple lifestyle changes that you can make.

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