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Some factors such as intense sunlight, extreme temperatures, stress, alcohol, hot drinks or spicy foods or the use of topical corticosteroids can aggravate the pathology, although its cause is not known. There are antibiotic treatments and topical drugs, in addition to laser therapies to eliminate or alleviate the symptoms of this skin disease. 2. Acne is a chronic disease of hair follicles and sebaceous glands characterized by outbreaks of comedowns, cysts, infected abscesses and even scars. During adolescence it is a very common problem, since it affects 80% of young people between 12 and 18 years old, being more frequent in men, while in adulthood it is more prevalent in women, affecting approximately 12%, while in men it only reaches 3%. It is more severe in men than in women. Its etiology is not known although some risk factors to suffer such as high levels of androgens, menstruation, genetic predisposition, some drugs (steroids, estrogens, lithium, phonation ...) or contamination of the skin by the Propone bacterium Acnes. There is also a correlation between the severity of acne and episodes of stress. Although classically a diet rich in carbohydrates or fats, chocolate or nuts has been pointed out as an acne risk factor, there is little evidence of the efficacy of the diet in the improvement of an acne condition . 3. Psoriasis it is a hereditary and chronic disease of the skin cataloged as serious by the World Health Organization (WHO), which manifests itself with red circumscribed plates covered with thick, dry, silvery and adherent scales. It is an increasingly frequent pathology that affects 1.4% of the Spanish population.

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