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
Psoriatic arthritis psoriasis family members
Psoriasis. A heartbreak for the patientâ€¦and maybe others as wellâ€¦ next Psoriasis Causes More Depression and Anxietyto Family Members Shereen Lehman writing for Reuters reporteda new study found that psoriasis patients and the people around them, mainly familymembers, suffer from more depression and anxiety than families not affected by the disease. Eliseo MartinezGarcia, lead author of the study from Virgen de las Nieves UniversityGranada, Spain, highlighted that while most research proved that psoriasispatients were more susceptible to anxiety and depression than those who didn't havethe condition, this new study was the first
to reveal how the condition affected the qualityof life of the people surrounding the patient. quot;The impact of the dermatological conditionson patients' cohabitants has been largely ignored,quot; MartinezGarcia told Reuters Health.The researchers recruited 130 adults to participatethe study; 34 were diagnosed with psoriasis,49 reported living with the psoriasis patient, and 47 were healthy individuals who didn'thave a friend or a family member with psoriasis. The participants answered a 10item surveyto evaluate their depression and anxiety levels. After careful analysis of the responses, resultsshowed that 88 percent of the housemates of people with psoriasis reported low scoreson the quality of their lives. Twentyfive
percent of them also admitted that they feltheavily affected by the disease while only a few said that the disease did not affectthem. Comment: Although we've come a long waywith this disease, we still have much to do.
Early Rheumatoid Arthritis al Guideline for Diagnosis and Management
Hello, I'm Norman Swan. Welcome to this program on the alguideline for diagnosis and management of early rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic,debilitating disease which may last a lifetime. Early diagnosis and management can limitstructural damage of the joints and improve quality and length of lifeas well as other health outcomes. This program is the secondof four programs
on the new musculoskeletal guidelines. The al guidelinesfor general practitioners and other primary healthcareprofessionals have been developed by the Royal Australian Collegeof General Practitioners and approved by the National Healthand Medical Research Council. This program will cover the diagnosisof rheumatoid arthritis and discuss the recommendedinterventions for early RAthe Australianprimary healthcare setting.
As always,you'll find a useful number of resources on the Rural Health EduionFoundation's website: I'll introduce our panel to you. John Bennett is a GPat the University Health Service at the University of Queensland, and was a member of the College of GPs'working group for the guideline. Welcome, John. Thank you. Lyn March is a rheumatologistat Royal North Shore
the University of Sydney. Welcome, Lyn. Thanks, Norman. Lyn was also a memberof the guideline working group. Christine Retallack isa community health nurserheumatology workingthe Albany RheumatologyWestern Australia. Welcome, Christine. Thank you. The community rheumatology nurse isa species unique to Western Australiaé It doesn't happen anywhere elsein Australia.
Perhaps we'll find out it should. Yes. Last but not least, Louise Sharpe,associate professor and director of al Researchthe School of Psychology at theUniversity of Sydney. Welcome, Louise. Louise has a strong interestin rheumatoid arthritis and similar diseases. To start, let's hear from four womenfrom Western Australia, Liz, Anne, Terri and Jill, abouttheir experiences of having early RA.
1983 was quite a stressful year for me. I felt that I was overweight, and I wasdoing an exercise program at home. Each morning I would wake up soreand stiff, and think, how unfit I am. So I would push myself harderuntil I was unable to sleep or unable to function very well at all. I couldn't get out of beda lot of the time. Overwhelming fatigue. Just really felt like I had a bad fluall the time.