Seasons of Psoriasis

Last updated: June 2018

Psoriasis is a chronic, lifelong condition, but most people cycle through periods of flare-ups when symptoms get much worse, and periods of remission when their symptoms are greatly improved or their skin is clear. For many people, certain types of weather conditions can trigger psoriasis flare-ups. For other people, certain types of weather conditions may improve psoriasis symptoms.

We want to hear from you! Share your experiences with weather and psoriasis below and be sure to share your tips for handling weather and temperature changes in our forum as well!

Community Poll

Do changes in the weather impact your psoriasis?

Frigid Winter

Community Poll

Does cold weather worsen your symptoms?

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Which symptoms does the cold weather impact? (Select all that apply)

Hot & Humid Temperatures

Community Poll

Do heat and humidity worsen your symptoms?

Community Poll

Which symptom does the hot weather impact the most?

Which Impacts You Most?

What type of weather impacts you the most? Do you have any tips to help you deal with weather and temperature changes? Share with the community!

Community Poll

Which type of weather/temperature impacts you most?

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Community Poll

Does your psoriasis management change with the seasons?