August is Psoriasis Action Month and it should come as no surprise that I have been living with psoriasis for about 20 years and share all about my journey, the highs and lows on Instagram and Instagram stories. But the main thing is to make sure we are taking action every day/week/month to do manage your psoriatic disease.

Ways To Take Action

AC*TION // the fact or process of doing something, typically to achieve an aim

the fact or process of doing something, typically to achieve an aim

For Psoriasis Action, the National Psoriasis Foundation wants YOU to take action to manage your disease. Whether it be going to the appropriate doctor, evaluating whether or not a treatment is working, or gaining more knowledge about psoriasis – take action today.

Here are some ways to take action when living with psoriasis. Also, even if you don’t have psoriasis, these are some really cool ways to learn more about those of us living with psoriasis. Because chances are that you know someone who does live with psoriasis.

Facebook and Twitter

 It’s Psoriasis Action Month. Did you know that psoriasis impacts more than 8 million Americans? Good thing there are many safe and effective treatment options available. Do you know what’s available to help you? Find out with this quiz from the @National.Psoriasis.Foundation. 

Instagram + Instagram Giveaway

Make sure to follow the National Psoriasis Foundation on Instagram because for the month of August they are running a contest where you can win some REALLY COOL PRIZES! They also have a quiz on Facebook and Twitter for people to lear more about treating their psoriasis.

More About Psoriasis from the National Psoriasis Foundation

 Psoriasis is a debilitating disease that impacts more than 8 million Americans and 125 million people worldwide. The good news is that today there are more safe and effective treatment options than ever before.

But what works for one person may not work for another and once you find a treatment that works, it may lose effectiveness over time. That’s why it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest treatment information.

Psoriasis Patients, Advocates and Bloggers, From Right to Left: Howard Chang, Jim Snedden, Joni Reece, Sabrina Skiles, Todd Bello, Melissa Catherine, Brenda Kong, Alisha Bridges, Jennifer Pellegrin

The National Psoriasis Foundation helps educate people with psoriasis and encourages them to assess their treatment options and discover what’s possible through the right treatment. 

I also have a Psoriasis Highlights on my Instagram that you can follow along my journey with some product highlights, fashion tips, my medication, and much more.

Thanks for stopping by! If you have psoriasis let me know below so we can connect, I’m always interested in meeting new people so we can do this psoriasis journey together! If you don’t have psoriasis and you’re here, leave a comment below as to how you found me 🙂