Ким Кардашьян является одной из самых желанных и известных женщин в мире. Но её модельная карьера может рухнуть из-за прогрессирующей болезни. В одной из серий реалити — шоу под названием «Семейство Кардашьян», модель пожаловалась на появившуюся кожную сыпь и зуд. Визит к дерматологу звезду повергло в огромный шок! Диагноз, который был вынесен модели, звучал как приговор — ПСАРИАЗ . Сначала сыпь появилась на ногах, а затем пошла, распространяться дальше по всему телу. Это заболевание может возникнуть из-за наследственности. Ким не первая у кого из их семьи появился псориаз . её мама также имеет это заболевание. Причем у матери Ким псориаз начал появляться в таком же возрасте, как и у Ким . Данное расстройство вылечить нельзя, но контролировать, возможно. Врач поссоветом немного сбавить ритм жизни. Псориаз — это рецидивирующее, но не инфекционное хроническое заболевание, которое преимущественно поражает кожу.
Чаще всего появляются красные и сухие пятна, в виде небольших ран. Спровоцировать ухудшение может стресс и употребление алкоголя. Так же очень часто наблюдается тенденция к быстрому распространению заболевания спустя некоторое время. Факторов, которые провоцируют развитие псориаза очень много: злоупотребление моющими веществами и мылом, контакт с растворителями или спиртосодержащим раствором, бытовой химией, парфюмом. Так же псориаз может возникнуть при хроническом воспалительном заболевании кожи (грибковой инфекции или хронической пиодермии), кожной аллергии. Ходят разговоры, что из-за этого заболевания, карьера модели закончена.
Kim Kardashian has reportedly been diagnosed with psoriasis, but the skin condition isn#8217;t likely to keep her out of the spotlight. When Kim Kardashian walks a red carpet, people notice. Normally all eyes are on her curves and clothes, but in a series of recent public appearances, her trademark body-hugging dresses have been upstaged by the mysterious red splotches visible on her arms and legs. The mystery appears to be solved: On an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians . the 30-year-old star will reportedly reveal that she has been diagnosed with psoriasis. an autoimmune disorder that causes overproduction of skin cells. The condition can be painful, itchy, and embarrassing—but, if other celebrities with the disorder are anything to go by, it certainly won#8217;t leave her standing on the wrong side of the velvet rope. Kardashian—whose mother, Kris Jenner, was also diagnosed with psoriasis at age 30—isn#8217;t the only A-lister to have walked a red carpet with psoriasis.
Country singer LeAnn Rimes has battled the disorder since age 2, and the flaky red patches that characterize psoriasis once covered 70% of America#8217;s Next Top Model winner CariDee English#8217;s body. (View before-and-after photos of English#8217;s recent flare-up.) Psoriasis is highly misunderstood, and many people with the condition are stigmatized because of their skin. But it#8217;s far from a social death sentence. Psoriasis is not contagious, and it#8217;s fairly easy to manage. Except in the most severe cases, the itchy patches usually clear up with a combination of over-the-counter and prescription medications and creams . Psoriasis shouldn#8217;t prevent women from #8220;achieving fashion fabulousness,#8221; says Tim Gunn And with a few make-it-work style tips from fashion guru Tim Gunn, psoriasis doesn#8217;t have to get in the way of red-carpet fashion. Gunn#8217;s first tip? Grab some cotton or silk skivvies. Undergarments that feel good against your skin will help minimize irritation from clothes. Gunn also recommends layering lightweight fabrics so you can regulate your body temperature; overheating can be very uncomfortable for people with psoriasis. Kardashian may want to heed one crucial piece of advice in particular: Stay away from anything skintight. #8220;Women should consider loose-fitting items that don’t hug the body or constrain movement,#8221; Gunn says. That doesn#8217;t mean Kardashian should hit the club in a housecoat. #8220;Provided that the psoriasis is not in or around the waist, the items can be belted to give them—and you!—some shape.#8221;
The news that Kim Kardashian has recently#160;been#160;diagnosed with psoriasis may not seem of that much importance to much of the world, but that has really struck a chord with me, and probably a large percentage of the (approximately) 125 million other suffers worldwide. You see, I#8217;ve always seem Kim Kardashian as being pretty perfect, as I#8217;m sure many of you have too; and whilst I am sorry that she has this condition, I think she#8217;s got real guts to put it out there for all to see, and judge, and judge they have. I#8217;ve seen some awful comments on the online stories about it; people believing that Kim is being #8216;shallow#8217; and #8216;vain#8217; and should #8216;get over herself#8217; and on the surface I can understand why somebody (who has no immediate compassion) may just think that this is another celebrity overreaction to something fairly minor #8211; but I really don#8217;t believe this is the case, and I#8217;ll explain why. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, one that I have had since about the age of 8, it#8217;s a skin condition that can occur at any age and on ANY part of the body; from the scalp to well. anywhere that you have skin, and it can spread from small patches to almost full body coverage. It#8217;s such an awful thing to suffer with, and is something I have never completely learned to live with, and probably never will, and is also a huge reason why you#8217;ll probably never see my right hand doing a NOTD shot. The reason for this being that I am very conscious of, and paranoid about what my psoriasis looks like, and more importantly how other people may view my psoriasis (will they wonder if it’s contagious etc, it’s not by the way, although it can be hereditary) #8211; especially since getting into beauty blogging. I#8217;m always very self conscious about the ugly psoriasis on the fingers of my right hand, and aware that even on my left hand, my skin isn#8217;t always a picture of perfection (which is why, sometimes I may leave a finger out of shot).
My psoriasis goes around the edge of my hairline and ears, I have it on my elbows and also (as mentioned) my fingers. The symptoms (so to speak) are unsightly patches of red skin, often covered with dry skin that usually needs exfoliating on a daily basis. It can be painful, especially when I knock it and end up breaking the skin #8211; and this is especially the case on my fingers where the skin can get particularly weak and where the knocks are more frequent. If the weak skin and unsightly nature of psoriasis wasn#8217;t bad enough, then the fact that it can cause psoriatic arthritis is just another kick in the teeth to those, who like me, have both conditions; adding severe pain all over the body into the equation. There is no cure, and any treatments that are available to try to alleviate symptoms usually come with their own set of problems #8211; but I won#8217;t go into all that as it#8217;s quite in-depth (and boring) and this isn#8217;t a medical blog.
I just really wanted to explain the condition a little bit more from my own personal experiences, and hopefully soften the view of those people that thought that Kim Kardashian was being a diva over something minor. Make-up can slightly disguise, but never fully cover the condition! I hope you don#8217;t mind me posting such a personal and potentially boring post up, it took a lot of guts for me to put it out there about this as it#8217;s something I would usually rather avoid acknowledging, and actually get embarrassed about.
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