Use Positive Thinking To Help With Your Psoriasis

Use Positive Thinking to Help With Your Psoriasis

Have you ever considered the use positive thinking to help with your Psoriasis? We know that negative thoughts and attitudes very often keep people in the exact state they are in. We have often read that illness and ailments do happen, but very often it is our negative thoughts and emotions that keep us from healing rapidly. To many of us, daily affirmations may sound like a lot of hocus pocus, but it is unbelievable what can take place when we get rid of the negative force and substitute it with a positive one.

Negative thoughts lead to negative attitudes and behaviors. If you are feeling down, all you would want to do is stay under the blankets and have anything to do with anybody. Repeating to yourself negative thoughts can head you, and others listening to you, to believe those thoughts.

If you continually tell your entourage that you are not clever enough for that advancement, after a while you and your colleagues will believe it to be the truth. But, if you tell yourself that you are equally capable as anyone else for that promotion, you and also your co-workers will believe that it must be the truth.

A negative action and a negative disposition will not give you the guts and power to even try for the advancement. If you use positive thinking to help with your Psoriasis, a positive transformation will start appear, and even if you don’t succeed completely at first, you will be rewarded by your perseverance.

I like to repeat to myself this famous quote: “If you realized how powerful your thoughts are, you would never think a negative thought.” – Peace Pilgrim

Use Positive Thinking To Help With Your Psoriasis

Use Positive Thinking to Help With Your PsoriasisThe road to healing is more than just medication and doctor’s visits. It is about persuading yourself that you are going to be fine. Use positive thinking to help with your Psoriasis by repeating every day that this condition or disorder is not going to get in your way and stop you from recovering. You might have an affliction, but it is not all you are.

Positive affirmations are a way to force a decision and devote yourself to seizing control of your life back. Just shut your eyes and repeat “I will overcome this”. Bring up images in your mind of you being free of your Psoriasis. Picture yourself living a healthy life and immersing yourself in healthy things. Remember that picture for when things get rough and time get hard.

You don’t have to spend loads of money on self-help tapes and books, just use positive thinking to help with your Psoriasis and it is easy and free to create your own daily affirmations. The trick is to force yourself to repeat these affirmations each and every day, even when you are in the worse of your spirits. Write down things such as “Each and ever day I am getting stronger and healthier” “I am feeling better and more positive with each passing day”. Put these phrases in your purse or wallet or stick them in the mirror and fridge, where you can see them each and every day.

If you are not able to make up your own affirmations, there are eBooks specifically designed to help you get rid of your Psoriasis, which contain several chapters teaching how use positive thinking to help with your Psoriasis. Here is one that I recommend: “The Ultimate Psoriasis Program

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13 comments

  • rosie

    Hi
    I enjoyed your post on positive thinking for psoriasis. I am a big believer of affirmations and what we think we become.
    I have recently read a book by Louise Hay which is called ‘You can heal your life’ which talks indepth about affirmations and helping yourself be the best version of yourself.
    I have psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis so am naturally interested in anything relating to it so thank you for your information.
    Roselle

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    • John

      Thanks for sharing your personal experience with us here Roselle. Louise Hay was one of my favorite self help and meditation writers (many years ago). I have read several of her books at a time when I really needed help (not for Psoriasis then) and really benefited from them. I am quite sure that her work (books and YouTube videos) can be of great help for treating Psoriasis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.

      I wish you a very healthy life.

      John

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  • Jaron

    HI John, great post. I think positive thinking can heal almost anything really. I was recently speaking with a colleague who explained how working on her attitude isn’t easy so I explained, the more she tells herself it’s hard, it will remain hard and possibly get harder – somewhat like your 3rd paragraph in. The power of thought is so immense and once people begin to really hone in on it, they’ll be able to heal more than just psoriasis right.

    Thank you for this article.

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    • John

      Thanks very much for your input @Jaron. As you say, the problem is that most people agree with the fact that positive thinking works, but many of them don’t know HOW to go about it, like “I want to be healthy” is totally different from “I don’t want to be sick any more”, the second phrase has the negative word in it which will, by thinking about it or repeating it, encourage their subconscious mind to understand that they “want to be sick”.

      Anyway, we could write pages and pages about positive think to heal yourself, but thanks again for sharing your “positive thoughts”.

      John ツ

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      • Jaron

        ABSOLUTELY! “I will be early for work” is so much more powerful than “I hope I’m not late.” This site definitely is in my bookmarks as I type and I can go on for pages as well 😀

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        • Thanks for commenting Jaron. It looks like we understand each other very well.

          I wish you the very best,

          John ツ

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  • Jeremy

    Thanks for the article! Coming from the medical field, I truly believe that mental health can contribute to our physical health. Both matter and both are just as important. Being self-aware of your own thoughts and shifting them towards the positive end of the spectrum can definitely help someone overcome physical ailments. Thanks for posting and spreading this type of thinking!

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    • John

      Thanks very much for your input Jeremy. I am glad to have someone that is positioned in the medical arena to share their views here. It is a fact that once we accept that positive thinking can help do wonders in our life, many of our physical issues can be reduced.

      I wish you a very happy and healthy life.

      John ツ

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  • GBIG

    Yeah! I like the thinking that yes, “I will overcome this”.
    I know this will help me in more ways than just with Psoriasis. I am looking to improve my diet and saying the quote “Each and ever day I am getting stronger and healthier” will also really help me get more fresh fruit and vegetables into my diet. I like your positive vibe John.

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    • John

      Thanks very much for visiting my blog and I hope that you find it interesting in general. I have been using positive thinking for years, and not just for helping me with my Psoriasis, it does work to achieve just about anything you want, provided you know how to use it correctly. The programs I have tested and reviewed, all have a great deal of positive thinking as part of their training.

      I look forward to seeing you again and I wish you a very happy and healthy life.

      John ツ

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  • jeffrey16201

    I enjoyed your motivational article on positive thinking to help people with Psoriasis, someone with their own share of health problems over the years knows too well how positive thinking can be your greatest asset in overcoming anything in your life.

    I was wondering if stress and anxiety aggravates and triggers psoriasis to become worse?

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    • John

      Thanks for your comment Jeffrey. Stress and anxiety are the number one conditions recognized to be responsible for triggering and/or aggravating Psoriasis. It is well known that by treating stress and anxiety alone will reduce the Psoriasis flareups, and this can definitely be done by following some of the holistic methods I have reviewed on my Products Reviews page. 

      I wish you a very healthy and happy lifestyle

      John ツ

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