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All about Psoriatic Arthritis
All about Psoriatic Arthritis What is Psoriatic Arthritisé Psoriatic Arthritis is a systematic rheumatic and chronic disease that is characterized by skin inflammation which is a characteristic of psoriasis and swollen joints which is a characteristic of arthritis. People who have psoriatic arthritis actually have red and inflamed skin often with scaling. Those who suffer from psoriasis are also those who are most likely
to be affected by psoriatic arthritis. There are instances when joint problems first occur before skin lesions appear. What Causes Psoriatic Arthritisé When the immune system of our body starts attacking the healthy cells and tissues, Psoriatic Arthritis happens. This atypical reaction of the immune system causes swellingjoints and overproduction of skin cells. There is still not a clear explanation as to why the immune system
attacks healthy tissue but it is said that genes and other factors could attribute to the development of the disease. People who have a family history of arthritis or psoriasis are most likely to develop psoriatic arthritis. On the other hand, environmental factors such as trauma or viral or bacterial infection may also cause psoriatic arthritis to those who may inherit it. Is there any treatment for Psoriatic Arthritisé As of the moment, health experts say that the only cure for
psoriatic arthritis is to keep a healthy weight. Performing warm water therapy may helplessening the joint stiffness while placing ice on the swollen joint may also alleviate it. Mediions will also be prescribed to those who are diagnosed with the disease.
Physically Active with Psoriatic Arthritis
s urge psoriatic arthritis patientsto exercise and stay active. I'm Erin White and this is a dailyRx Minute. Around 15 percent of psoriasis patients willdevelop psoriatic arthritis. Both of these conditions flare up when thebody's immune system begins to attack either the skin or the joints and the skin. Any joint can be affected including the knees,back, fingers and toes. Therapeutic exercise like stretching and recreationalexercise like riding a bicycle may help. Ask your what other activities mayhelp ease arthritis pain.
For dailyRx TV, I'm Erin White.