Although psoriasis does not result in the death of patients, it causes them inhibitions, mental crises, and depression and leads to a sharp decline in their quality of life.
Psoriasis is a prevalent autoimmune disease in both men and women. (Psoriasis is slightly more common in women than in men.)
Current estimates are that about 2%-3% (some even claim 4%) of the world's population suffers from psoriasis. About 125 million people worldwide, of whom about 8 million are in the United States.
In most autoimmune diseases, the ratio of women to men is much higher.
Although the disease manifests itself in the skin (in varying degrees of severity, in different locations and forms), it is a long-term immune system disease. A condition in which the body attacks itself is not a routine at all.
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