Keep track of your progress

Keep track of your progress

It can be tricky to see how much things change over time if you haven’t kept a record. Think about how you were feeling two weeks ago. Do you remember what your mood was like, if there was anything you felt you couldn’t do because of your Pso (psoriasis) symptoms, how many lesions you had and where they were? Having this information and more might help your healthcare professional see how you’re doing, and whether anything, including your treatment, might need to change.[1]

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“I know there are always options now no matter how bad it gets.”*

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Things to think every day about that could help you keep track of your progress:[1][2][3]45

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Having answers to questions like the ones above could be a valuable conversation.
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References

National Institute for Clinical Excellence. Psychosis and schizophrenia in adults: prevention and management. 2014. CG178.
APA Clinical Guidelines. American Psychiatric Association. Practice Guidelines for the treatment of patients with schizophrenia. 2004.
Hasan et al. World J Biol Psychiatry 2012; 13: 318─378.
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