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

UV Nail yers Update DermTV Epi 489

UV lights usednail treatments and the possible development of skin canceron fingers were discusseda previous DermTV episode. Important new information on the alleged risksof these UV exposures warrants this eyeopening update. Hello I'm Neal Schultz pause

And welcome to DermTV. Unprotected exposure to any UV light is badfor your skin. Period. In the first DermTV episode on UV nail treatments, I quoted a report from a reputable dermatologyjournal from 2009which two women who regularly receivedUV nail treatments developed squamous cell cancer on their fingers. This raised concernthe dermatologic community as well as for the public about the safetyof these treatments

and their risk of causing skin cancer. Spokespersons for the nail industry have beenadamantinsisting that there is no danger and they correctly state that two cases ofskin cancerthese UV nail yer users do not prove that UV nail yers caused theirskin cancers. While the type of UV light emitted by thesenail yers is the same type usedmany tanning salons and has the wavelength which is known to causepremature photoaging

of the skin and skin cancer, the issue comesdown to dose: Do you really get a strong enough dose duringthe 510 minute treatment to be able to cause or even just contributeto skin canceré The original report from 2009 implied thatyou do. In December 2012, a Letter to the Editorthe Journal of InvestigativeDermatology, one of the most prestigious research dermatologyjournals, adessed this issue. The authors did extensive testing with threecommon UV nail lamp devices

which they were able to determine, withrelative confidence, the actual dose of UV light that the fingersare exposed to during these treatments. They then compared that dose to other medicaltreatments done for Psoriasis which are thought to be safe and use similarUV light. The authors concluded that the dose of UVlight even from regular use of these UV nail lamps is probably not sufficient to cause skin cancer. This report should be reassuring to most people

that UV nail lamps may not represent an imminentthreat to causing skin cancer. However, while the nail industry insists thatthese treatments are safe, and the informationthe letter I just mentionedI believe is accurate and reliable, the instructions with the UV nail lamps explicitlystate. “The UV radiation from sunshine or UV facilities�– meaning this lamp – “may cause injuryto skin. Repeated overexposure to UV radiation maycause skin aging and increase the incidence of skin cancer.�

Psoriasis What causes it

There are probably many causes to psoriasis and we know that thereis a genetic propensity towards psoraisis. It does appear as if there is somethingthe epidermis, some antigen that our immune system has to attack and it sendsthe paratroopersthese lymphocytes causing thiscascade of inflammation. We are at this pointtime, searching for quot;what are the possibilitieséquot; What are these antigenséquot;but they are probably far too numerous to completely identify.

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