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If sore joints are interfering with your ability to exercise, try hitting the pool!  Many people with psoriatic arthritis find that swimming decreases the strain on their back and joints, making it easier to exercise without pain.
Next: Cut Down on Stress
Reducing stress can help to alleviate symptoms of psoriatic arthritis.  Exercise, meditation, yoga, massage, or even just hanging out with friends are all great ways to relax.
Next: Lighten Up!
Some studies have shown that exposing the joints affected by psoriatic arthritis to sunlight can help to improve symptoms.  Don't overdo it, though, as sunburn can make symptoms worse. Talk with your doctor to come up with a plan
Next: No Butts About It!
Research shows that nicotine use can make your psoriatic arthritis symptoms worse.  So if you don't smoke, don't start!  And if you do, make a plan to quit and stick with it!
Next: Get Enough Rest
Lack of sleep has been shown to cause inflammation and stress hormones to increase; both of which can make symptoms of psoriatic arthritis worse.  Getting enough sleep is an important step in keeping your symptoms under control
Next: Hit The Pool!
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Active Living With Psoriatic Arthritis

Our expert team of doctors and pharmacists receive many questions about Psoriatic Arthritis. Many of these questions are from individuals seeking information about Psoriatic Arthritis treatment, as well as dietary and lifestyle changes thay can make to improve their Psoriatic Arthritis symptoms. The following questions deal with psoriatic arthritis, medications, lifestyle changes, and dietary advice. Click on the questions below to see the answers.
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