How to treat psoriasis effectively By Franziska Ringpfeil Board Certified Dermatologist

Let's say you or one of your loved ones havejust been diagnosed with psoriasis. It can feel overwhelming. Perhaps you never heardabout it, perhaps you have heard the word but could not imagine what it means or perhapsyou know a bit about it and think of horrific scaling over the entire body. For centuries, psoriasis was believed to reachonly skin deep. Recent advancesscience has shed light on this condition that affectsour entire body and it has also enabled many more targeted treatments. I will provide you with crucial informationthat allows you to take charge of your body

and I will point out the state of currenttreatments. Psoriasis affects the skin and joints butis actually linked to a greater scheme, the metabolic synome. In simple terms, the metabolicsynome is a constellation of markers that make you more susceptible to developing heartdisease and diabetes. These markers are central obesity, high blood pressure, elevated fastingsugar levels, high triglycerides, and low levels of HDL, the quot;goodquot; cholesterol. Itis estimated that about 25% percent of the adult populationthis country has metabolicsynome. Obesity has been shown to be an independentrisk factor for developing psoriasis, and

specifically more wide spread psoriasis. Themost important trigger for psoriasis, however, is stress. It is currently thought that inflammatorymediators bring about the changes on the skin resultingthe characteristic rash. Thesesame inflammatory mediators can cause havoc on the inside of our body, especially whenyou have risk factors for cardiovascular disease. By reducing these risk factors, you will notonly influence the downward sequelae of psoriasis but you may also reduce the triggers. Sure, everyone talks about the importanceof a healthy life style and many of us have

become immune to this sentence. Butthiscase you really should take it to heart. Start with a healthy well balanced diet thathas very little animal protein and fat but lots of different fruit, vegetables, pulsesand grains. This will regulate your weight, will reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levelsand it will reduce inflammation that occursresponse to animal protein and the hormonesthe livestock was fed. Avoid added saltyour diet. This will take burden of heartby reducing blood pressure. If you struggle with being overweight, yourfamily may recommend that you work with a dietician. Meaningful weight loss iscrucial and crash diets must be avoided.

Next, think about daily exercise and implementit. Twenty to thirty minutes of exercise should fitour schedule no matter how busy weare. You may be walking vigorously during your lunch break or perform your favoriteworkoutthe gym. Practice stress control. Stress is the mostimportant trigger for psoriasis and while not all stressors can be avoided, we can learnhow to deal with stress without letting it overwhelm us. Many times, regular exercisecan provide the time to process our stressa constructive manner. Some of us willdo better by learning stress controlling techniques such as meditation or Yoga.

See your family regularly. Have yourblood lipids, namely triglycerides and cholesterol, blood sugar levels as well blood pressurechecked yearly during a physical to ch any changes early. Sometimes, it will be necessaryto take mediion to keep these low. Avoid smoking at all cost because nicotinetightens the blood vessels, thereby raising blood pressure and making your heart workharder. ink alcoholmoderation. While you are optimizing your lifestyle, youcan start treatment for the psoriasis spots that your skin has already formed. Excimer laser treatment is considered oneof the most effective and safest treatment

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Reverse Rheumatoid Arthritis with Natural Medicine Barker ND

hritis, they should think about trying thenatural living lifestyle. There are a number of aspects of the natural living lifestyle,but one of the most important is diet. We think about diet for rheumatoid arthritiswe want to look at decreasing inflammation, so we want to take out foods that are goingto increase inflammation like red meat, dairy products; we want to putfoods that aregoing to decrease inflammation vegetables, fish, for example. We want to think aboutaddingsupplements that may be helpful: probiotics and omega3 fatty acidstheform of flax or fish oils can be very helpfulpatients with rheumatoid arthritis. Andof course I recommend the patients find a

naturopathic to help them with theirquestions. If you d like to learn more about natural medicine and the natural living lifestyle,you can read this informative book, The Beginner s Guide to Natural Living. hpp` gd\v :p\vUniversity of Colorado H Microsoft Word Document NB6W Word.Document.8 ealth Sciences CenterSimon Arthritis Title University of Colorado H Simon Arthritis Justine Migdall Normal LarryCook Microsoft Word 11.5.6 PICTNP MSWD Cambria ,Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune diseascondition that olves body attacking parts of itself, this case )cin the case of rheumatoidarthritis s attacking the joint , causing pain, difficulty with motion, somet even deformities.Nobody ntirely sure people develop autoimmune

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