Home Remedies for Psoriasis II II
Welcome to Health care at Home Today we will talk about Psoriasis it is such a dangerous disease those who suffers from it faces a lot of problems when specially when it increases that create a lot of problem so first of all it is very important to know that what is Psoriasis. Modern science is unable to find out the reason behind finding the cause of getting suffered from Psoriasis but what all its symptoms are let me tell you the skin sells moves very fast and grow very fast
due to this you get y red patched on your skin and that gets very irritated and makes irritation and get expanded also it comes on elbows most likely then it comes on knees and on the scalp it comes on your hair scalp and on the neck also, it is actually very dangerous disease The major cause of increasing the Psoriasis is stress if you are stressed and if you have any patch on this part of your body and the same time you heard any news that increases your stress, then it will be very much itchy . That small patch will become this much of big within few hours
So have to control over your stress, Do quot;NadiShodhanquot; What actually happenNadishodhan you have to take breath slowlyslowly but take complete breath you must not make sound as it is done very lightly and hold on your breath Apart from that you have to do Bhramai Pranayam, this is also very good for the stress now the psoriasis iscontrol and now we have to ruled out completely what to do for ruled out, i will tell you a simple remedy Take 1 Cup of Bitter Gourd Juice take 1 cup of Bitter gourd juice and add 1 spoon of lemon juice
and with empty stomach you have to consume that juice of bitter gourd the infection of the Psoriasis, this bitter gourd will remove it and will kill it you will notice that very fast your psoriasis is gone away and yes there are 3 reasons of getting psoriasis increased there are 3 major reasons due to that this Psoriasis gets increased the first reason is stress, second reason is intoxiion, you don't have to to any type of intoxiion You must use alcohol as with the consumption of alcohol psoriasis gets spread very fast what to takeeating, you have to take those itemseating with which your liver gets strengthen
Liver gets straightness with dark orange color of fruit Take Papaya, Carrot and fruits like this, with this your liver will get strengthen Apart from this i will tell you one treatment which has to be taken regularly If anyoneyour family has Psoriasis, although Psoriasis is noncontagious that means this disease does not get spread by touching at all But it is seen that if any one of your family member has Psoriasis then automatically other will get affected by this because i feel that people has their same level of stress
because if i have stress then my wife sisters will be having the same level of stress Due to this reason if the anyone of the family member is having psoriasis then others also get affected so those who are affected by Psoriasis and those who have this disease they must do this rememdy so that it doesn't get spread 7 leaves of Basil Margosa, you have to eat these leaves every morning by chewing them bit by bit and swallow it with the water and since the margosa is bittertaste and if you are not able to take it the you can do one thing just mash it and put it into the muslin clothe and take out its juice
Treatment for Psoriasis at McFarland
McFarland dermatologist, StuartKolner, discusses the medical condition psoriasis, along with treatment options offered at McFarland to manage this condition. Psoriasis is a multisystem inflammatory disease. WhenI wastraining, we thought it a skin disease, but we have come to learn that it is reallydue to an overactive immune system, cellsparticular called Thelper cells. Thesearethe skin butother organs, andpsoriasis, these cells are activated inappropriately.They begin to churn out chemicals that cause inflammation, and ordinarily, this processis doneresponse to some infecting organism but there's no infecting organism. So, inpsoriasis, it's an inappropriate activation
of a natural immune system function that resultsin inflammation. It affects the skin most prominently, but about oneten psoriasispatients also have a very significant arthritis that can destroy their joints and so forth.So, it can be quite a significant illness from that point of view. What we see mostoftenpsoriasis is, it's called a plaque. It's a region of skin that's red and elevatedand covered with a silvery type of scale. Patients with psoriatic arthritis also haveinflammation of joints, so this often occursthe hands. The joints can be swollen aneddened, and that can be characteristic too. To treat psoriasis, what we call a therapeuticladder, which means there are rungs, and the
lower rungs are simpler, safer things. Andas you climb the ladder, it gets more costly or more risky. The simplest approach is topicaltreatments with medied creams, ointments, and that sort of thing, and I would say atleast 60% of psoriasis patients can be adequately treated with that. Next, there's phototherapy,ultraviolet light therapy. We can deliver thisour , andselective cases,the patient can acquire a home phototherapy unit if they live a distance away and so forth.Ultraviolet light, certain wavelengths, particularly what we call ultraviolet type B, can helpclear the psoriasis cells from the skin. Next are pills, and there's three main pills thatcan be used to treat psoriasis. These are
all fraught with difficulties. They have associatedorgan toxicities. For instance, one is toxic to kidneys, one to the liver, and so theyneed to be used very carefully with blood testing and so forth, but they can be effective.The last thing is one of the more, the newer and more exciting areas, is called biologictherapy. These involve injectable mediions that are extremely effective, but also extremelycostly. These cost on the order of $20,000 a year to use, and so even with insuranceparticipation, there's often a copay that can make them costprohibitive. The best approachto managing psoriasis is a comprehensive approach. Skin needs to be hyated well. Psoriasistends to flare if skin ies out. Using the
mediions that we prescribe regularly andaccording to the instructions is also important. It's not letting the psoriasis get out ofhand or flare up to the point where it's difficult to control. Those are important. We try tokeep it controlled at a low level of activity. For more information about psoriasis and theMcFarland Dermatology department, go online to mcfarland , or call (515)2'4492.
What Is Psoriasis Symptoms Treatments Causes Pictures Types
What is Psoriasisé Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder thatis marked by patches of intensely itchy and flaky skin that doesn't go away with regularmoisturizers the way most ordinary y skin will. It can affect any part of the body, even thescalp and nails, and can be mild, moderate or severe. Basic Symptoms Skin itchiness and general discomfort arethe two things people most commonly associate
with the disease, and it often starts outas no more than brief rashes over certain parts of the body that look like little morethan y skin. As the condition worsens, though, those ypatches tend to get increasingly red and to grow; ultimately, the surface of the skinwill y out and form rough scales that often have a blistered look. Main Types There are usually five recognized types ofthe disorder, each with its own intensity and symptom specifiions.
Plaque psoriasis causes red, silverywhite,scaly skin lesions, and this is the most common variety. The condition can also comepustular form,which causes blisters to erupt on the skin that can leak pus or other fluids. This variation is most common on the handsand feet. Triggers and Causes The condition is caused by genes, and is usuallyrecognized by thosethe medical profession as an inherited genetic disorder.
Not everyone who carries the genes for thedisorder will necessarily suffer from it, Climate and weather, cold and y temperaturesin particular, can trigger the diseasemany people. Physical trauma can also be to blame. Psoriatic lesions often develop at the siteof a skin injury, usually right where things are healing and the skin is trying to regenerateitself. Most practitioners also think that stressand emotional health play a rolesymptom suppression and flareups.
People who are under a great deal of stressoften see the condition appear for the first time, or worsen if it is already present. Treatment Options There isn't usually any way to completelycure the condition, insofar as it is not medically possible to recode peoples' genetic predispositions. Certain mediions and treatment regimenscan help keep flareups suppressed, though, and can amatically alter patients' qualityof and enjoyment of life. Skincare experts usually start by lookingfor ways to reduce triggers.
Medied creams and ointments are commonlyprescribed, andsome cases UV light therapy, also known as â€œphototherapy,â€� can be useful,particularly for people who liverelatively dark and cold climates or who spend most oftheir days indoors away from natural sunlight.