Frequently Affected By Skin Disease Is Related To The Immune System?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. From the experience you told, you might indeed have a lot of skin problems. But actually, by looking at the time span, which is 10 years ago, 5 years ago and last 1 year ago, it can still be said to be reasonable. Because one skin problem experienced by someone does not necessarily prevent the emergence of other skin problems so that a person may experience various skin problems if he does have risk factors for it. Another case if you experience eczema, dandruff, nail fungus or perhaps various other skin complaints at the same time, then it needs to be explored what is the cause of the condition.
Then regarding psoriasis, psoriasis is a skin disease that allegedly is associated with disorders of the immune system, but psoriasis is the name of a separate disease, and does not cause eczema, nail fungus, and dandruff. Those who experience psoriasis, will experience symptoms in the form of skin that shows signs of red, dry, thick, scaly and easily peeled, itchy and can also be painful. So it's not psoriasis that causes the immune system to decline and makes you more susceptible to these diseases, but because of immune system disorders that the emergence of psoriasis.
The point that we want to convey is that actually it is still normal for someone to be affected by these diseases, especially not simultaneously. It's still normal for people who are stressed to experience dandruff problems, it's normal for people to experience nail fungus if their foot and hand hygiene is lacking, and it's normal for people to experience eczema if they have certain factors such as skin infections, excessive sweating, and certain allergies.
If you feel very disturbed, all you can do is consult a dermatologist for further examination. Even if you experience certain conditions that are caused by abnormalities of the immune system, you do not have to consult a doctor of internal medicine, because it will depend again on which part of the complaint. If the complaint is on the skin, even though the cause is a disorder of the immune system, it's still consult with a dermatologist. By going directly to a dermatologist, any misunderstanding can be avoided and you can get a comprehensive treatment.
Meanwhile, avoid doing personal handling, regularly clean your hair, and keep your body and feet clean, don't use wet sandals, keep feet dry, and see a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.