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The following may trigger an attack of psoriasis
or make the condition more difficult to treat:
Bacteria or viral infections, including strep throat
and upper respiratory infections
Dry air or dry skin
Injury to the skin, including cuts, burns, and insect bites
Some medicines, including antimalaria drugs, beta-blockers, and lithium
Too little sunlight
Too much sunlight (sunburn)
Too much alcohol
The goal of treatment is to control your symptoms and prevent infection.
Three treatment options are available:
Skin lotions, ointments, creams, and shampoos. These are called topical treatments.
Pills or injections that affect the body's immune response, not just the skin. There are called systemic, or body-wide, treatments.
, which uses light to treat psoriasis.
Most of the time, psoriasis is treated with medications that are placed directly on the skin or scalp. This may include:
creams and ointments
Creams or ointments that contain coal tar or anthralin
Creams to remove the scaling (usually salicylic acid
or lactic acid)
Dandruff shampoos (over-the-counter or prescription)
Prescription medicines containing vitamin D or vitamin A (retinoids)
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