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Maveric
post Sep 09, 2014, 02:02 AM
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Psoriasis cure in Ayurveda is being still researched and more substantiated results can be achieved when the patient receives care at the first signs of the symptoms starts to show. The symptoms also vary among people, however, the most common being cracked skin with irritation and itchiness loose scaly skin, rigidity of nails and these scales appear on any part of the body. According to Ayurveda, the impurities in the blood along with stress and other emotional factors all contribute to the development of the disease. Since clearing of the impurities from the system is essential in treatment process detoxification is essential and for this a treatment called as Panchakarma is essential. It is a five stage cleansing process whereby the internal systems of the body is cleared off and in addition to these daily purgatory medicines are also prescribed. As per the system strict dietary control is required and day-to-day lifestyle changes are necessarily incorporated. During the course of treatment the patient must remain in the premises and have the food as prescribed by the dieticians and this will be decided depending upon the body constitution and individual responsive behavior as certain foods will trigger the response of the symptoms. Natural remedies help in curing the skin cracks and this includes application of certain oils like linseed oil, cod liver oil, or avocado oil fastens the healing process and Natural moisturizing creams should be used for retaining the skinís moisture. In addition to the diet drinking liberal quantities of buttermilk is also beneficial in regulating the imbalance within.
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post Oct 14, 2014, 03:40 AM
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Psoriasis is a skin sickness that causes scaling and swelling. Psoriasis is a constant (enduring) skin sickness of scaling and irritation. It is a skin issue driven by the safe framework, particularly including a kind of white platelet called a T cell. Treatment is dictated by the area, seriousness and history of psoriasis in every person. For African-Americans and other darker-cleaned individuals, treatment is not the same as for individuals with light-hued skin. Inability to perceive the injury as psoriasis may prompt a long stretch of wrong treatment, and inability to foundation treatment for a creating instance of psoriasis.
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post Jun 05, 2016, 11:52 PM
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I'm not a Prof. with little hope to apply for the USA NSF funding, and hope it could contribute to the discussion.

1. I think that the sickness of Psoriasis could be classified into several sorts, and agree that for best treatment there should be individual measure groups.
2. The Psoriasis may be associated with the neuro-signal system, and some proteins related. Probably the cause of the sickness dues to the changes of the protein cells.
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