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9 Common Skin Disorders You Should Know About

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Just like any other disorder, skin conditions can be manifested by various symptoms that act differently from person to person, and their intensity can be mild or more severe, painless, or painful, depending on the type of disorder. Of course, there are some skin disorders than can be temporary and the treatment is very effective in this case, but many of them can also be permanent, which can lead to low levels of self-esteem in the long run. 

That being said, we have to admit that the problem with skin disorders is that not only do they affect your skin, but your quality of life as well because many people tend to feel anxious because of the appearance of their skin. For example, people who suffer from severe acne are also emotionally affected, especially when they have to interact with other people. 

Unfortunately, there are some skin conditions that can be genetically inherited, but your doctor can prescribe you the right treatment to prevent complications. In addition, if you don’t treat these skin diseases, some of them can be life threatening, leading to cancer or even death.

According to a 2017 study done by the American Academy of Dermatology, 85 million Americans suffer from skin disorders. So, here are some common skin conditions that you should know about! Read on to find out more info!

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