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psoriasis with diabetesdiabetes and psoriasis, a disease which at first glance have nothing in common. In fact, each of them can trigger the appearance of another.


What is the connection between psoriasis and diabetes?

Psoriasis is called the disease of the skin, which is characterized by the presence of a systemic inflammatory process.

For the treatment of severe exacerbations and in our country it is customary to use a group of drugs, such as corticosteroids.

Corticosteroids are hormonal drugs used in the treatment as anti-inflammatories. They have a positive effect on the course of the disease, quickly eliminating the symptoms. However, at the same time corticosteroids, as hormones, affect the amount of glucose in the blood, in the direction of its increase. As a result of regular use of steroid drugs, the risk of developing diabetes is increased by 35%.

the diabetes in turn is a predisposing factor for the development of psoriasis. It should be noted that the emerging psoriasis on the background of diabetes, often has a very severe course. In the majority of cases occur such forms as exudative psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.

Thus, the presence of psoriasis could easily trigger the development of diabetes and Vice versa. The presence of one of the disease burdens for the other.

it should be noted that psoriasis can have a connection only with diabetes mellitus type II, while it has no correlation with type I diabetes. Resistance to the action of insulin, which is present in diabetes type II, is a response to a systemic inflammatory process that is characteristic of this skin disease.


psoriasis Treatment diabetes mellitus

the First thing you should pay attention to is on a diet aimed at combating obesity. In addition, it is necessary to eliminate other factors causing the worsening of the condition in both diseases: Smoking cessation and alcohol intake.

Drug treatment should not include oral corticosteroids. It is very important to drugs to help deal with psoriasis had no effect on carbohydrate metabolism. It should be emphasized that corticosteroids may not be used, in any form, whether intravenous or local use of ointments.