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January 10, 2016

Psoriasis

What is psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a degenerative skin disorder. The noticeable symptom of this medical skin disorder is the skin signs in the form of elevated spots on the service of the skin. The most common Psoriasislocations of these patches are elbows and knees and the symptoms stay in that areas even during the remission state of the illness; however when the disease activates the skin elements may appear everywhere including head, face, under hair, etc. In remission, this plaque looks red. In off-remission phase, the white crust over the patches become really thick and it covers redness. In those cases, psoriasis signs become dense, concentrated, grey-white and. The congealing of the skin elements in case of psoriasis resulted from the significantly enlarged protoplasm’s and cytoplasm’s elements of the sick skin cells.

Typically, an active cell from dermis transports uphill. During this journey, the cell is losing its core and perishes. These perished cells contain a special form of a protein known as keratin. Then these full of keratin dead cells shed out from the epidermis and new-born cells appear in the deep layer of the dermis and start the same process, which is usually takes 28 days or 1 moon month. In the organism impacted by psoriasis the cells’ life cycle is significantly shorter than normal. It could be as short as 3-4 days depending on the severity of the disease. but in psoriasis, it is greatly speeded up to 3-4 day cycle. While the old cells did not shed off the skin the new-born cells already coming up to the surface and perishing. It creates a “crowd” of dead skin cells resulted in the symptoms of the illness.

If you distressed from the red flaky elements over the skin that attract public attention and make you feel discomfiture – you are in the right place. If your patches located on the elbows and knees and some time travel over the whole body, if the patches look like grey-to-white flakes, then most likely you are suffering from this skin problem and 99% that you know that, because psoriasis is a chronic disease.

Suffering from this medical condition is not only a cosmetic challenge but also somatic and emotional.

Forms of Psoriasis

Different kinds of psoriasis don’t make this disease difficult to diagnose. In general all forms look the same, however, the somatic changes in the body may vary.

  • Plaque Psoriasis:  this is the best-known type of ailment aka Psoriasis Vulgaris.
  • Guttate Psoriasis: this form of the disease most common for kids and youth and starts after a strep infection.
  • Pustular Psoriasis: for this form of psoriasis most common symptoms are blisters filled with pus. The most common locations are palms.
  • Inverse Psoriasis: most common skin elements for an inverse condition are red lacerations primarily located in armpits, groin, under the breasts in a female. Many overweight individuals suffer from this particular form of this skin disorder.
  • Erythrodermic Psoriasis: this type of disease displays extremely broad redness on a skin – the look, is similar to sunburn. We often see this form of psoriasis among alcoholics; chronically stressed people and patients that took corticosteroids for a long time for whatever reason.

Causes of Psoriasis

  • Genetic from previous generations;
  • Emotional Trauma and sadness;
  • Excessive perspiring;
  • Skin nicks, punctures and other traumas, scrapes, substance influence, prickles, injections etc.;
  • Nutrition allergens;
  • A strep contamination, bronchial and lungs viral contamination, carbuncles
  • Some pharmaceutical drugs, external synthetic hormones and other
  • Sunburns
  • Fast weather change from hot to cold
  • Some endocrine illnesses resulting in hormonal disproportion in the body

Symptoms of Psoriasis

  • Areas of flaky and dry skin covered with white-to-gray flakes.
  • Discomfort and minor pain
  • Broken upper layer of skin with bleeding
  • Eruptions
  • Joints discomfort and pain in latest phases
  • Embarrassment due to cosmetic issues

Homeopathic Approach to psoriasis treatment

Homeopathic medicine considers psoriasis as an immune intervened medical condition initiated by out of order pointers developed in the organism’s immune structure. Based on “like cures like” philosophy and constitutional approach to treatment homeopathic medicine may offer a healthful and beneficial treatment for this medical disorder.

Hahnemann’s medical approach called homeopathy is the most natural and organic method of treatment that causes no side effects. What is, even more, importatnt that homeopathic medicine suggests no topical creams application and heals the skin issue from inside the body fighting against the cause of the disease that located in the immune system and not on the surface of the skin.

All homeopathic medicines are registered with FDA and prepared according to the instructions described in the HPUS (homeopathic pharmacopeia of the United States).

Self-Care for psoriasis.

  • Keep fit
  • Decrease amount of emotional trauma
  • Keep the amount of water in your body within normal limits. Prevent dryness.
  • Eat healthy and balanced food. The proportion of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates in your body is very important.
  • Keep your body in normal physical condition (rest enough and sleep enough)
  • Avoid alcohol and smoking
  • Moisturize your skin by using natural and pharmaceutical moisturizers
  • Try to prevent scratching
  • Oatmeal bathes are beneficial
  • Avoid bath and shower with hot water

At Viva Healthy Life under the administration of Dr. Tsan, we treat psoriasis using natural alternative medical techniques (homeopathy, acupuncture, reiki, etc.). Our approach is natural and your body will accept this treatment as the most organic and appropriate. No chemicals, no topical creams, no steroids. Natural treatment of this disease provided by Dr. Tsan and his team is highly effective.

         

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