What Causes Plaque Psoriasis
He my friend, health guru Mike here with ashort tutorial on what causes plaque psoriasis now I used to have psoriasis myselfpretty badly and so and if you're suffering from it as well I can relate sorry if that's the case but let meassure you sir Isis is curable it's not terrible though if you rely onugs and most of the treatments that conventional physicians and the UnitedStates typically offer but it is curable what causes plaque psoriasis isessentially disease inside the body
it's not caused by your skinmalfunctioning it's not caused by your genetics genetics may make certainpeople a bit more susceptible to psoriasis but it doesn't cause plaque surprisesthat's the important thing to understand so don't think that because you hadpsoriasis for a while that you're doomed to suffer from it forever that's not thecase essentiallymost cases of plaque psoriasis what's going on is that toxinsfrom inside the body whether it be toxins that are naturally produced fromthe body's own processes or toxins that
you're takingthe food or air orwater essentially toxins inside the body are not being expelled efficiently viathe the bodies preferred methods of detoxifiion such as sending toxinsout via the urine and bowel movements so instead these toxins build upyourjoints or as a last resort your body dumps these toxins out beingyour skin causing plaques on this and this is actually very crediblesome of the keys are cleaning up your diet you can't be eating junk food andinking sodas and expecting to be cured
of psoriasis typically people with psoriasis havebeen eating either junk food such as sugary stuff for sugary beverages oreating foods made from flour or inking a good deal of alcohol essentially you generally need to cleanup your diet eat plenty of you know fresh vegetables and fruits and plentyof fiber and you can take certain supplements such as probiotics andomega3 fatty acid supplements and i'll put links and further info on those inthe description box underneath this
tutorial and just so you know to help you abit more than I canthis short tutorial I created a course on how to cure thisrice is naturally which I make available for free you don't have to pay anything and youshould see an iconthe upper corner of this tutorial right about now that youcan click to join and participatethat course or also put info on it inthe description box underneath this tutorial so essentially again what causes plaquepsoriasis is toxicity that's built up
inside the body that then comes out theyour skin as plaques or asus and you can clean that up bycleaning up your diet and using other measures and also candida or type ofyeast that may growyour intestines that can also lead to play exercises bydumping a lot of toxins into your body and taking those probiotics i mentionedcan help replace those candida yeast with the beneficial bacteria that belongin your column and that way all those toxins are not being dumped out yourbeing your skin causing plaque psoriasis if you want we're info on what I'vetalked about this tutorial just checked out
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.
World Psoriasis Day Swimming for Psoriasis 28102014
All participants, all swimmers and all sportsmen and women are invited to go the back of the swimming pool.Some are ready yet. We have great swimming champions and we are very happy today to participatethis World Psoriasis Day. Two.one.go! I wish first that information may be spread because I have understood that some patients affected by this condition struggle to go to a swimming pool because they can be looked down. Information is therefore crucial to know that psoriasis is not contagious, swimming is possible and that patients should not be pointed at. It is very important. I wish that through this initiative, we will be joined next year by other swimming poolsBrussels area to make this event regional. What I especially wish for them is that they never have to be embarrassed for anything. By the way, it's something that many people have, even if they are not aware of it.
So just, nicely, that they can swim with us. Without being embarrassed. It is generally thought that psoriasis is contagious but it is not. It is scientifically proven. Therefore, I would like to stress that people can have psoriasis and there is no problem with that! That is why I am here! I wish the associations that they become bigger and that their cause be defended by more and more people. It is true that we are usually not aware of the disease and we are still afraid of people with psoriasis. That's nonsense because we can swim with them or touch them. There is no problem! In addition to the burden of psoriasis, it would be better for patients if others could stop giving scared or disgusted looks or rejecting them!.