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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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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 must Do’s if you have psoriasis

Consult a Doctor

Make an appointment with a doctor who specializes in treating psoriasis.

Be prepared to discuss the details of the condition with your doctor, including when you first noticed the psoriasis, what your symptoms are, any situations that seem to make your symptoms worse, and what treatments have and have not worked for you in the past.

Moisturize your skin regularly

Dry skin is more prone to psoriasis, so keep your skin well lubricated.

Apply moisturiser immediately after bath on a damp skin. This will help to lock in the moisture for prolonged time. You can also apply coconut oil or olive oil as a substitute for moisturising creams.

Expose to early morning sun light

Frequently exposing to early morning sun light will help to clear the skin eruptions faster. Expose regularly to morning sunlight for about 20-30 minutes. Sun light in particular penetrates the skin and slows the growth of affected skin cells. It reduces the skin inflammation and slows down the cell proliferation those results in the scaling.

Do reach out

Along with affecting skin and joints, psoriasis also affects mind and emotions as well. You may feel depressed and frustrated due to recurring skin eruptions.  Discuss your feelings with your family, friends, and doctor.

Be Patient.

It may take some time to find the right combination of therapies that work best for you. Be patient and don’t give up.

It’s important to follow the treatment plan religiously. Be Cooperative with your doctor and follow his instructions.

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6 effective ways to manage your stress when you have psoriasis

Stress on its own does not cause psoriasis. Stress and anxiety can trigger a psoriasis flare-up.  A stressed person may respond less promptly and favourably to several treatments. Therefore, treatments other than medication such as stress management are extremely vital to minimize flare-ups.

Having psoriasis is stressful in itself. The self-consciousness and worries of the people about the physical appearance can raise their emotional stress, which eventually causes psoriasis to increase.

If your psoriasis worsens when you are stressed do the following:

  • Identify your stress triggers. Stress triggers are not universal and usually vary from person to person.
  • Once you identify the trigger chalk out a proper action plan to cope-up with the triggers.
  • Focus on improving your interpersonal relations and spend more time with your friends and family.
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy ( to impart behavioural skills to handle stress and regulate feelings)
  • Avoid alcohol and nicotine use
  • Relaxation techniques like yoga and meditation can help cope up with stress.
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Treat Gastritis with Homeopathy

Gastritis is defined as the swelling of the inside layer of the stomach. Any factor that injures the wall (protective inside layer) of stomach provokes the symptoms of gastritis.

Common causes of Gastritis include Infection Most commonly Bacterial H-Pylori (Helicobacter Pylori) and occasionally due to Fungal, parasitic or viral infection, Drugs: NSAIDs, Steroids, Aspirin, etc ,Stress, Smoking, Excessive alcohol consumption, Backflow of bile into the stomach (Bile Reflux), Excess of spicy foods , Radiation.

If you have Gastritis you may have  Pain which is often located in the upper center of the abdomen or the upper left portion of the stomach radiating to the back.Other common symptoms include bloating and nausea.

In cases of gastritis involving vomiting, its appearance may be clear, yellow or green. The vomit may also contain blood.Vomiting blood is a symptom of a more severe form of gastritis. Other symptoms of severe gastritis include shortness of breath, chest pain, severe stomach pain, and foul-smelling bowel movements.

Homeopathy is very effective in managing all the acute as well as chronic expressions of gastritis; it also plays an important role in the prevention of relapse of the condition.

With homeopathy medicines, not only the symptoms will be controlled but the root cause of the disease will be removed. And since there is no drug dependency or side effects of medicine, it can be effectively used.

Along with medication, you need to take certain precautions like Practicing good hand washing hygiene and eating well-cooked food – this reduces the risk of contracting infections such as H. pylori.

Avoiding certain medications, smoking, caffeine, and alcohol – these are all potential causes of gastritis.

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