Psoriasis And Happiness – Psohappy The Miracle App

psoriasis and happiness

Psoriasis and happiness – Is Psohappy the miracle app for psoriasis sufferers? Let’s find out what it is all about in this report.

Living with psoriasis would lose 30% happiness!

According to statistics held by the World Psoriasis Happiness Report 2018, 125 million people around the planet have psoriasis. As a result, subject to many misconceptions, patients often feel stigmatized, which reinforces the consequences of the disease on their daily lives.

As a reminder, psoriasis is a severe condition of the skin that causes thick scaly patches on the skin. These plaques are due to over-stimulation of skin cell growth that no longer allows the skin to control its growth, so they appear as scratchy red patches.

Although generally the plaques show up on the upper body some cases report plaques on the genital areas, causing extreme torture for these people, both physically and mentally.

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But how to define and evaluate the impact of psoriasis on their happiness and well-being? A totally unexplored subject until a recent world study was conducted by Psohappy. You can download the free app by clicking on the Amazon image.

Psoriasis and happiness


Firstly, psoriasis is a chronic disease whose fallout can be very important for the daily lives of patients. But what impact does this pathology have on happiness? Meanwhile, to address this issue, a digital innovation laboratory, LEO Innovation Lab, launched the world’s first study on the happiness of people with psoriasis.

This study, called Psohappy, began in 2016 in the USA, the United Kingdom, Denmark and Canada. Following the first results obtained, the laboratory decided in 2017 to extend Psohappy to France and Spain. In France, the main partner is France Psoriasis, the only French association dedicated to supporting people with psoriasis and / or psoriatic arthritis and their relatives.

Thanks to Psohappy, patients with psoriasis can finally express their feelings and the impact of the disease on their daily lives. Crucial information is returned to better support them and improve their quality of life.

Note: The Psohappy app is available for free on the Apple Store and Google Play. It allows people with psoriasis to respond anonymously to weekly questionnaires. View the recording below to see how easy the app is to use …

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How to participate in the study?


Till now, only a few researches have been done in the lives of psoriasis sufferers. By participating in our few short survey series, you will help us understand better what it is to be living with such skin condition.

We will only need for you to share your thoughts and experiences with us. You will receive a number of short questionnaires, aimed at various parts of your life and how psoriasis looking at how psoriasis controls them.

Our purpose is huge but our mission is quite simple.


When being part of our study, you will provide the worldwide research called “The Psoriasis Happiness Report” with invaluable information and get the psoriasis sufferers voice heard.

Each and every short questionnaires that you will answer about your life as a psoriasis sufferer will help this report to become one of the most thorough and valued pieces of research ever undertaken on the subject of psoriasis.

What have we accomplished up until now?


We got contribution from 121,800 individuals with self-detailed psoriasis from over 184 nations on how living with this endless disease impacts their happiness.

Our investigation demonstrates that living with psoriasis impacts individuals’ personal happiness over a wide range of emotional prosperity markers. At the point when individuals report serious indications. They additionally report that it brings down levels of satisfaction.

Utilizing the World Happiness Report 2017 as a benchmark, our investigation demonstrates that individuals living with serious psoriasis in a few nations report 30% lower levels of satisfaction than their close relations.

What emerges is the specific positioning of each of the 19 nations as indicated by their normal happiness levels.

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When psoriasis reduces happiness …


Psohappy uses United Nations (UN) approved methods to measure the overall level of happiness and to explore inequalities of well-being. It uses different indicators of quality of life, such as self-esteem, loneliness, stress or physical discomfort.

Thanks to the 4,000 questionnaires completed by some 1,400 participants between May and October 2016, the study delivered first results showing the impact of psoriasis on happiness. Half of the patients have lower self-esteem and 41% say they rarely have confidence in themselves.

In comparison with the national average, people’s happiness level decreases by:

  • 12% in Denmark;
  • 20% in the USA;
  • 24% in the United Kingdom.

Of all participants, 49.2% of people say that psoriasis has a significant impact on quality of life and 35% that the disease can lead to feelings of loss of control over important things in life.

Read also – Use Positive Thinking To Help With Your Psoriasis

10 key lessons


More generally, according to the World Happiness Report 2017, the daily life with psoriasis has repercussions on the quality of life and on various indicators of well-being.

World Happiness Report courtesy of Wikipedia

World Happiness Report courtesy of Wikipedia

From this report, the experts drew ten key lessons, which are:

  • Psoriasis has repercussions on happiness. Severe psoriasis is associated in some countries with a 30% drop in happiness level. This effect is particularly pronounced in the Nordic countries, such as Denmark or Norway.
  • Psoriasis affects women’s happiness more than men’s. The level of happiness is reduced respectively by 11.3% and 18.5% in men and women with severe psoriasis.
  • The impact on happiness varies according to the symptoms of psoriasis: squames lead to a decrease of 11.7% on the level of happiness, against 22% in case of ambulatory difficulties (psoriatic arthritis).
  • The drop in the level of happiness varies according to the area of ​​the body affected: -7.5% for the scalp, -12.9% for the genitals.
  • Stress is the predominant psychological indicator of malaise. The average level of stress exceeds that of the general population in all countries and 60% of participants say they feel daily distressed, to a moderate degree to extreme.
  • The feeling of loneliness is widespread. On average, 33% of patients feel lonely, with varying levels of loneliness across countries, ranging from 21% in Portugal to 48% in the UK.
  • The different levels of well-being felt vary widely by country, probably in relation to cultural factors.
  • Understanding how psoriasis affects well-being could reduce differences in happiness levels. Indeed, almost half of the patients who think that the medical profession does not understand the impact of the disease on their well-being have a happiness level that is 21% lower. Conversely, more than half of the patients who feel they are understood by health professionals have a level of happiness reduced by only 3%.
  • Up to 35.6% of patients with psoriasis could come out of difficult living conditions by limiting their extreme stress.
  • Up to 12.9% of patients with psoriasis may no longer suffer from harsh living conditions by limiting their extreme loneliness.

Thanks to Psohappy, patients and doctors could better understand the impact of psoriasis on happiness and well-being and act together for a better quality of life.

A strong argument to encourage the maximum number of patients to participate in the study …

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18 comments

  • Cathy Cavarzan

    The world happiness report is such an important read whether you have a chronic condition such as psoriasis or not. I love the fact that there is now an app that connects and gives someone living with psoriasis and outlet it is so important to not feeling isolated. Great article with wonderful very helpful information. I have a friend of mine with psoriasis I will be sharing your site to them.

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    • John

      That’s right Cathy, this PsoHappy app is definitely a great invention. Thanks for commenting here and for sharing this website with your friend. We would like to hear from him or her as well.

      Also, one thing that I’d like to mention is that there are some very good diet programs designed specifically for psoriasis sufferers ~~> “What Is A Psoriasis Diet“.

      Let me know if you or your friend have any questions.

      Wishing you the best of health Cathy.

      John

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  • Daniel

    Thank you John for such informative and educational article. My aunt have a psoriasis and she learned to live happy with it because if people don’t understand that disease, it can provoke depression and many other mental disorders. I will read my aunt and convince her that it is possible to live happy life with psoriasis.

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    • John

      Thanks for sharing your aunt’s experience Daniel. I am glad that she understood by herself that one can live happily with psoriasis. You might even interest her in downloading the free app that is available on Amazon ~~> the PsoHappy app.

      Your aunt might also be interested in using Dead Sea salts in her baths. It is extremely relaxing, and not only beneficial for psoriasis sufferers. 

      Continue to be a good nephew Daniel, and I wish you and your aunt a very healthy and happy life.

       John

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  • Shy

    Everyone should use Psohappy.  It is difficult to be happy when you have a disease that can also make you physically uncomfortable or worse.

    You worry that you can’t do all the things that you used to do.  You lose confidence in yourself.  You become more and more unhappy.

    So it is great that there is something that can help, with all of that.

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    • John

      Thanks very much for visiting my website and for commenting on my “Psoriasis And Happiness” article Shy. You seem to know a great deal about psoriasis, are you a sufferer yourself?

      That’s right, Psohappy is a great application that is available on Amazon for free ~~> Psohappy

      Unfortunately, as you probably know, there is no known complete cure for psoriasis yet, but there is some good progress made towards a better future. In the main time Shy, we need to live with it and learn how to reduce the pains and inconvenience caused by it.

      I wish you the very best of health and I look forward to seeing you on this site again soon.

      John

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  • LearnToEarn Admin

    I had to navigate away from your website to find out what Psoriasis is as I did not know what it was.  May I suggest for future readers that you put in a definition of the word so that people like me, who were clueless as to what it is, will be able to quickly glance at the definition and keep reading.

    The information you provide is quite extensive and it’s encouraging to know that there is even an Android App that is available to give sufferers of this condition and opportunity to voice their unhappiness and be heard.

    Your suggestions for remedies for Psoriasis sound very therapeutic and a welcome solution to providing relief from symptoms encountered from the ailment.

    Thank you for the time you invested in providing this information.  May many people be helped and encouraged by your post and may they truly find a deeper level of happiness through it.

    Edu

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    • John

      Thanks very much for visiting my website and for your suggestion for improvement. You are quite right, I very often start my articles by giving a brief explanation of what psoriasis is. Wrongly assuming that the reader coming to my website would most likely have, or knew someone with psoriasis so I thought that it would be taking the reader for an ignorant, but yes, again, I agree with you, I should at least briefly explain what this condition is.

      I will correct my mistake immediately and remember it for the future.

      I am glad that you enjoyed the rest of my report and find it informative and I look forward to seeing you here again soon.

      John

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  • Jimsolo247

    Hi John

    My former classmate has this same disease at the back of his neck, I didn’t know that he had it because he used to cover the infected part with his hairs. It wasn’t too long I discovered that he is affected with psoriasis. This boy was a jovial person while we were in high school school together but he has been a moody person since the time he was affected. 

    Thanks for making me know this app, I will make sure I recommend this app to him, cos I really need him to come back to his jovial lifestyle again.

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    • John

      Thanks very much for reading my “Psoriasis And Happiness” article Jim, and for taking the time to share your former classmate’s experience with us.

      You will certainly do him a great favor as the Psohappy app. is very new so he probably doesn’t know about it yet. Also, it might be useful if you showed him this website as there are so much information that might interest him.

      I wish you and your friend the best of health.

      John

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  • Vicki

    Hi John

    I used to suffer quite badly from psoriasis however these days my life is peaceful and my skin looks great

    Your article has some really great information and I learned more about this illness and if I ever get a flare up, I have bookmarked this page so I can buy some of the recommended products and will also share this article to help reach more people and hopefully help them rid their skin from psoriasis as it is such a terrible skin disorder and also affects stress levels so much

    Thank you

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    • John

      Thanks very much for sharing your experience with psoriasis Vicki, and I am glad that you had it under control to the point of it being totally off your life. You have probably achieved that by being relax (you seem to be a person that is completely relaxed).

      Most psoriasis sufferers are people that are stressed. They often don’t know what stress them, they would tell you that they are not stressed as they have everything they need to be happy and relaxed, but they are stressed inside themselves, and the more they are stressed, the more their psoriasis shows, and the more it shows, the more they are stressed.

      As a matter of fact, my next article will be about stress and psoriasis, as there is a lot to say about that, and it concerns many psoriasis sufferers.

      Well Vicki, I can only wish that you remain psoriasis free and I look forward to seeing on this site again soon.

      John

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  • Tucker

    Thanks for this informative article! I had no idea that so many people around the world were affected by this disease. I really like your link to happiness as well and I appreciate the amount of statistical research you found to support this post. I was especially surprised to see that happiness levels corresponded to the areas of the body that are affected, but it’s wasn’t shocking to read that stress management can go a long way to helping improve the happiness levels of people with psoriasis. Overall, I found your article super informational. Thanks! 

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    • John

      Thanks very much for visiting my website and for taking the time to post a comment on my “Psoriasis And Happiness” blog post Tucker. As a matter of fact, psoriasis cases are on the increase due to the way we are living nowadays because of the increase of stress we are experiencing in our modern way of life. The reason why my next article will be based on stress and psoriasis. I feel that it has become pressing that I write something on the subject, and trust me, there is plenty to write on that.

      So, Tucker, do stay tuned and I hope that you have subscribed to my mailing list so that you will receive an email the minute it is available for your reading.

      I wish you the very best of health and happiness.

      John

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  • Thank you for sharing the results of our research! It will help us to fulfill our mission to raise awareness of psoriasis and make the world take psoriasis seriously. The newest version of World Psoriasis Happiness Report 2018, powered by PsoHappy, is available at https://psoriasishappiness.report/
    You can also see the key insights from the report here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lg4NuRbNjc

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