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What can I do if I'm feeling down or stressed by my psoriasis?

Whenever you’re feeling down or stressed about your psoriasis, talk about your feelings with your family, friends and doctor. It can help a lot. Try to make healthy choices, like eating fruit and vegetables, and doing activities that you love. Don't worry about what other people think. Try to stay positive. The stress of worrying about your psoriasis can make it worse.

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