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How homeopathy medicines will cure Psoriasis

Recent researches on psoriasis offer great hope to people to effectively manage their psoriasis symptoms and reduce the chances of complications.

Homeopathy medicines offer a good control in reducing local symptoms like itching, scaling of the skin, pain, and burning. Homeopathy medicines stop the skin from growing too quickly and reduce skin inflammation. Regular treatment helps to keep psoriasis from getting worse or flaring up. It also helps in reducing pain in psoriatic arthritis & reduces the chances of developing joint deformities.

The results of recently conducted, controlled clinical studies have confirmed empirical evidence which has proved prolonged remission of psoriasis skin eruptions and the rapid subsidence of pruritis under Homeopathy treatment therapy.

Dietary changes and certain lifestyle modifications can rapidly improve your psoriasis skin and can make you very responsive to the treatments that you take. The magic mantra is to add supplementation of some potent herbs having therapeutic benefits to Homeopathy medicines to get the best beneficial results.

There are no side effects or drug dependencies when you take homoeopathic medicines. Certain Conventional treatments used; like Immunomodulators may cause possible drug toxicity and topical immunomodulators can cause skin atrophy.

 

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Feeling depressed due to psoriasis? Learn how to cope up

Dealing with chronic skin eruptions can play havoc on your emotional health. According to a survey carried out most of the people with psoriasis undergo psychological difficulties including embarrassment, depression and fear. Almost 16% claim that psoriasis has held them back in their job, with more than 51% feel that colleagues act as if there is something wrong with them because of the way they look. Sadly, about 38 percent feel that their partner find them unattractive as a result of psoriasis.

Dealing with psoriasis can lead to stress, and stress can you’re your psoriasis worse. Also, constantly worrying about psoriasis may make treatments less effective.

Here are some tips to effectively manage the stress:

  • Get educated- Being knowledgeable about the disease helps significantly. You often then have the right answers to describe your problem. Other people usually fear that the skin disease can spread by touch. You will have to calmly explain that psoriasis does not spread by touch.
  • Build your confidence- Never give up hope! Psoriasis can be managed quite effectively when you follow the prescription given by the doctor. Be determined that your skin eruptions will clear-up in the times to come.
  • Reduce stress- Stress can negatively affect the skin eruptions and can make psoriasis and psoriasis arthritis worse. Coping up with stress can greatly benefit in clearing psoriasis. Yoga and physical activity have shown positive outcomes to reduce stress and clear-up psoriasis. Exercise releases feel-good hormones and can help lift your mood. In addition, exercises increase production of endorphins which result in pain reduction in psoriatic arthritis.
  • Sleep well – Catching up with good sleep often helps to clear the skin eruptions.
  • Socialize: Connect with people! Socialising is a great way to reduce stress. You can join psoriasis support networks, get together and share your experiences living with psoriasis. Patients can improve their outcomes by connecting with and learning from others who have a similar problem.

 

 

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Exercises that will help you to reduce pain in Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic arthritis is one of the major causes of morbidity and has a significant impact on health and quality of life.

Regular exercise decreases pain, it strengthens the muscles around the joint and increases blood flow to the joint.

Here’s what you can do –

Shoulder stretches for psoriatic arthritis

Overhead reaching stretch

  • Stand Straight
  • Raise both your arms up.
  • Face both palms towards each other.
  • Lift your chest without stressing your back.
  • Take a deep breath
  • Hold 10 to 30 seconds, repeat twice.

 

Shoulder opening stretch

  • Stand Straight.
  • Move your arms out to the side so they are parallel to the floor.
  • Both the palms should face forward.
  • Lift your chest. Don’t stress your back.
  • Take a deep breath
  • Hold 10 to 30 seconds, repeat twice

Hand behind back backstretch

  • Straight, bend your elbow and take your hand on your back at about the waist level.
  • The palms should be facing out.
  • Take a deep breath.
  • Hold 10 to 30 seconds.
  • Repeat on the other side.

Backstretch for psoriatic arthritis

Side-bending stretch

  • Bend gently to one side; make a smooth arc with your spine. Stretch one arm overhead.
  • Hold for 5 seconds. Repeat five to 10 times each direction.

Neck Roll

This stretch can bring neck and upper back pain relief.

  • Sit up straight in a chair, look straight ahead.
  • Gently tilt your right ear toward your right shoulder, Hold for two seconds, and then slowly return your head to centre.
  • Repeat this motion for a total of five times to the right, then five times to the left.

Knee-to-Chest Stretch

Often larger joints, like the hips, are affected by psoriatic arthritis.

  • Lie flat on your back. Bend your knees and keep your feet flat on the ground.
  • Slowly pull your right knee toward your chest, applying light pressure with your right (or both) hands.
  • Feel the stretch in your hip and the back of your leg. Release slowly, and then repeat with the other leg.

Knee-Leg Extension

  • Sit on a chair. Place your feet flat on the ground.
  • Take about two seconds to slowly raise and extend your lower right leg. Try to create a straight line from hip to toe, but don’t force your leg totally straight if that hurts.
  • Then take two seconds to lower the leg.
  • Repeat for a total of 20 times, and then repeat with the left leg.

Arch Stretch

If psoriatic arthritis affects your feet, this stretch can help make walking and being on your feet more comfortable.

  • Keep your right foot flat on the ground, press your toes down into the ground and try to lift up your right arch.
  • Take two seconds to raise the arch and then another two seconds to lower it. Repeat up to 20 times on each foot.

Ankle Rotation

This stretch helps preserve range of motion in your ankle.

  • In sitting position, point your foot and make small invisible circles with your big toe.
  • Do five circles slowly clockwise and then five circles slowly anti-clockwise.
  • Repeat with your other foot.
  • Then gently bend and point your toes slowly to give them a small stretch.

Open-Closed Hand Stretch

  • Make a gentle fist, wrapping your thumb across your fingers.
  • Hold for 30 to 60 seconds. Release and spread your fingers wide.
  • Repeat with both hands at least four times.

Finger Lift

 

  • Place your forearm on a table or other flat surface with your palm down and fingers open.
  • Slowly raise and lower each finger of that hand.
  • Take two counts to raise each finger and another two counts to lower it. Repeat with the other hand.

Thumb-Finger Touch

  • Gently try to touch each fingertip to the thumb tip in sequence, from your index finger to your little finger.

 

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Easy Diet tips which will reduce your psoriasis

Fish :

  • Fish oils help to reduce inflammation of psoriasis eruptions and calm the immune system.
  • Omega-3 fatty acid is abundant in fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and tuna.
  • Psoriasis is also linked to a higher risk of heart attack and stroke; it’s a good thing to eat fish at least twice a week.

Carrots and squash:

  • Carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, spinach, and broccoli fight skin inflammation.

Nuts and avocados:

  • Include polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats in your diet. They are found in nuts, vegetable oils, avocados, soybean oil, walnuts, and flaxseed.
  •  Stay away from saturated fats and Trans fats, which will increase the risk of increasing body inflammation.

Garlic:

  • Garlic has antibiotic properties and may be useful for psoriasis. Garlic is a lipoxygenase inhibitor, which means that it can help stop the activity of enzymes responsible for inflammation.

Gluten-free Diet:

  • Eliminating gluten from their diet helps improve psoriasis symptoms. Gluten is a protein, which is found in wheat, rye, and barley.
  • These proteins cause damage to the intestinal lining and trigger an immune response. If you want to eliminate gluten in your diet, try it sincerely for at least three months.

Avoid Junk Food:

  • Junk foods contain saturated and Trans fats, refined starches and sugars, which promote inflammation and make skin symptoms worse.

Healthy Grains:

  • Brown rice, quinoa and some cereals are a gluten-free way to add more fibre to your diet. This can help reduce inflammation and offer better blood-sugar regulation.
  • You can also add legumes such as beans or lentils to improve daily fibre content in your diet.

Avoid Alcohol:

  • Alcohol can trigger psoriasis outbreaks by increasing skin inflammation.
  • Alcohol can also interfere with your daily doses of medicines and hinder how well your medications are working.
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6 DON’Ts when you have Psoriasis

Be Gentle.

Handle skin eruptions gently. Avoid scrubbing and rubbing of eruptions. This will only irritate your skin and make psoriasis worse. Do not to pick at scales, this can cause bleeding and increase your risk of infection.

Avoid Stress

Avoid stress triggers. Stress can increase your psoriasis and even make it worse.

Avoid afternoon Sunlight

Afternoon sun exposure can trigger psoriasis and make it worse. Avoid sun exposure from 11 am to 4 pm.

Avoid Alcohol and Nicotine use

Smoking and alcohol can increase psoriasis eruptions.

Avoid red meat

Avoid red meats as it can increase skin inflammation and flare psoriasis.

Take note of flare-ups.

If the psoriasis returns after a period of being under control, schedule a visit with your doctor to find out why, and to decide what can be done to treat it.

Even if you observe new lesions and change in the size of lesions, inform your doctor.

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