Home Remedies For Psoriasis Scalp Psoriasis Part 2 II 2
Welcome to health care at home In the previous episode i told you some of the appliions to be followedpsoriasis scalp psoriasis. that what all you should apply that with which you can have reliefproblem of psoriasis now i will tell you that what all you should take orally with which you can have reliefpsoriasis or scalp psoriasis so, take 1 cup juice of Bitter gourd and add 1 spoon of lemon juiceit so, if you will squeeze half of lemon then you will get almost 1 spoon of lemon juice mix it and you have to consume this with an empty stomach.
and you will notice that slowly you will start getting reliefpsoriasis similarly soak 10 gms of sesame seeds for almost 7 hours After 7 hours ink this water and chew these sesame seeds if you can else you can swallow them like that. by consuming this also you will get so much of reliefthe psoriasis similarly you have to mix small spoon of sandal wood powder100 ml of water after mixing you have to boil it boil it unless the water is reduced to 50 ml when the water is reduced to 50 ml then add 50 ml of rose waterit
and also add some sugarit and mix it well and strain it and fill this into a bottle. and the water which you have putthe bottle just consume 22 spoonmorning andevening as well. if you will consume this then you will notice so much of reliefthe psoriasis . there is one more very effective treatment for psoriasis That is oil of Psoralea corylifolia just take Psoralea corylifolia's oil and apply this on your effective areas. just apply this oil with the light hands if you start having sore on your body then it means this oil is very strong on your body
then dilute it by adding some sesame oil and then apply this andcase there is no sore on your body then you can directly apply Psoralea corylifolia oil with this also you will get so much and so much instant reliefpsoriasis you have to use Psoralea corylifolia for about 2 months and within 2 months you will start getting so much of reliefpsoriasis similarly you can do one more remedy, take 1 bucket of warm water add 5 big spoon of rock saltit mix them well and you have to take bath with this water and after bath apply olive oil on your body where you have psoriasis
or apply the olive oil either if you have psoriasis on your scalp or any other part of your body after every third day you have to this remedy so by doing this tutorial also you will get reliefpsoriasis one more thing you can do that you can take cabbage leaf if you will wrap it on the affected area even then you will have reliefthe psoriasis you can also use apple cider vinegar, just dilute it a bit that means if you have 12 cup of vinegar then add 1 cup of waterit and then with the help of sponge apply this on your body and to your infected area
after appliion wait for 10 minutes and then take bath with this also you will get reliefthe problem of psoriasis there is one more very good remedy, take 810 flowers of marigold crush them and boil them1 glass of water boil it nicely and when the water is reduced to half after that strain this water and when its lukewarm then with the help of a cloth you have to apply, rub this for 2025 min on the infected area with this also you will get reliefthe problem of psoriasis
SECOND OPINION Psoriasis APT Full Episode
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( Peter Salgo)Welcome to Second Opinion where you get to see first hand how some of the countries leadinghealthcare professionals tackle health issues important to you. Well each week our studio guests are put onthe spot with medical cases based on real life experiences and by the end of the programyou're going to learn the outcome of this week's case. And by the way, you'll be better able totake charge of your own healthcare too. I'm your host, Peter Salgo, and todayour panel includes our Second Opinion primary
care physician Lou Papa from the Universityof Rochester Medical Center, al psychologist Vickie Dowling, Christopher Ritchlinfrom the University of Rochester Medical Center and Alexa Kimball from Harvard MedicalSchool. All right folks, let's get right to work. I want to tell you about our case today, itbeginsthe pediatrician's office Lou with Sarah, she's 15 years old, a cheerleaderand the chart says she's also a soccer player and an honor student. At the age of 8 Sarah was diagnosed with guttatepsoriasis.
Okay, what's psoriasisé ( Lou Papa)Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin condition where the skin excessively grows, it can crack,it can bleed, it scales. It comesvarious different forms. ( Peter Salgo)And guttate is one of themé ( Lou Papa)One of those forms, yep. ( Peter Salgo)Why does psoriasis look the way it doesé ( Alexa Kimball)A number of different reasons, the first is
that the skin cells are turning over very,very quickly, overgrowing and so you get a lot of scale on the surface because, and thickness,because the skin can't shed ittime. ( Peter Salgo)A piling up from belowé ( Alexa Kimball)The other interesting thing is that you do get more blood vessels that grow to supportall of that growth and that gives it the very red, ugly look that people really don'tlike. ( Peter Salgo)Well, Sarah was diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of 8.
Isn't that unusual Vickieé ( Vickie Dowling)Many chilen have been diagnosed as youngsters. I myself actually was diagnosed as a youngsterbut it went into remission and didn't come back again until much later. ( Peter Salgo)So you have psoriasisé ( Vickie Dowling)I do have psoriasis. ( Peter Salgo)And how old were you when it first startedé ( Vickie Dowling)I was first diagnosed when I was 10.
DermTV Nail Pitting DermTV Epi 358
Hello, I'm Neal Schultz. pause And welcome to DermTV. Fingernails have a lot of uses, butterms of personal appearance, they'realmost an accessory. Depending on your mood and style, they canbe colored, lengthened, reshaped and literally manicured.
But, since this is DermTV, there's alwaysa â€œbutâ€�. so. t here are a bunch of problems that can preventyour nails from looking their best. The problem we'regoing to discuss today is one of the strangest: nail pitting. In nail pitting, small pits developoneor several nails. These pits can be cone shaped with slantedangled borders as if an ice pick had been stuck into yournail. In fact, they can even resemble ice pick acnescars,
but these nail pits are much smaller. Or,they can have vertical parallel walls like ill holes.But regardless of their shape, they compromise the appearance of your nails. And nail polish, which isn't spackle andcant fill them in, just exaggerates the way they look. Nail pits occur while the nail is being formed, under the skin next to the back end of thenail over here. There's a tiny organ under the skin herecalled the nail matrix
and that's the organ that actually makesthe nail. Nail pits occur most commonlypeople withpsoriasis, eczema orpeople with an allergic formof hair loss, called alopecia areata, where you lose roundpatches of hair. In all of these conditions, there are usuallyseveral pitsany nail, and many fingernails may be affected. However, anyone can get one or two occasionalrandom nail pits for no apparent reason, and one or two pitsusually
are of no cosmetic or medical importance. The treatment of multiple nail pits usuallyrequires treating the associated skin conditions Imentioned. However, there is a treatment that can bedone to the skin next to the nail overlying the nail matrix.It involves injections of cortisone which of course are uncomfortable, but theyusually work after a few monthly treatments. And of course,as a last resort, you can hide your nail pits with nail tips!