The Swelling Mystery
Swelling isn’t just about aesthetics; it can be a subtle message from your body. With psoriatic arthritis, joints may become swollen due to inflammation. You might notice that your fingers and toes look puffier than usual. Moreover, this swelling might come and go, making it easy to dismiss. But don’t be too quick to ignore it – your body could be sending you a crucial signal.
Continue reading for Indicator 8 and explore the next piece of the puzzle.
Skin Stories: Patches and Rashes
Your skin is an incredible communicator, and psoriatic arthritis often chooses it as a platform. Unexplained patches of red, scaly skin might be an early signal of this condition. These patches, known as plaques, can be itchy and uncomfortable. By acknowledging your skin’s story, you might just be preventing a larger tale of discomfort and pain.