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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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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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Here’s What You Can Do To Manage Your ECZEMA Better!

Dermatitis (also known as eczema) is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. It is often a long-term problem which tends to flare at times and then subside.

Eczematous skin is prone to drying out easily as the skin allows the water to escape and environmental allergens (like those from pollen, dust mites, and food) to enter. The result is dry, itchy, and inflamed patches. Dermatitis can be acute or chronic or both.

Acute eczema is a rapidly evolving red rash which may be blistered or swollen.

In chronic eczema, the skin is darker than the surrounding skin and thickened. It is usually a longstanding irritable area.

Common types of eczema:

Atopic Eczema is more prevalent in children. There is nearly always a family history of asthma or eczema seen in these kids.

You may get skin rash while handling detergents, solvents and by friction which is known as Irritant Contact Eczema

Allergic contact dermatitis – When your skin comes in contact with certain substances that most people do not react to it may react to form an itchy rash. These substances may include perfume, hair dye, preservatives etc.

Seborrhoeic Dermatitis and Dandruff are due to yeast that lives on the scalp, face, and chest. Scalp becomes scaly, red and itchy.

Here’s what you can do to manage eczema better-

Manage eczema effectively

Dermatitis is often a long-term problem. When you notice your skin getting dry, moisturize your skin and avoid the use of soap. If the itchy rash returns, use moisturizer liberally and include Omega 3 supplements. If it fails to improve within two weeks, see a doctor for further advice.

Treat eczema from the root!

An important aspect of eczema treatment is to identify and tackle any contributing factors. 

Homeopathy effectively treats eczema by improving the immune mechanism which gives rise to increasingly prolonged remissions in the symptoms. 

The medication works to reduce the skin inflammation and control itching. The flare-ups can nearly always be minimised and sometimes prevented using homeopathy medicines. 

The homeopathic remedy Graphites, for instance, is useful in thick oozing eczema; Hepar sulphur is likewise effective in dermatitis with pus formation.

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Use These Simple Tips to Improve PSORIASIS

Raised, red patches covered with silvery scales on the body or spots of dandruff-like scaling are the classic sign of psoriasis.

Psoriasis is a common lifelong condition and because of its systemic nature, patients exhibit a broad spectrum of symptoms that vary in severity. Psoriasis is an immune-mediated, inflammatory skin and joint condition. It can sometimes take different, more serious forms, and has been linked to other physical and mental health problems.

People with psoriasis are more likely to have other conditions linked to inflammation, including arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and inflammatory bowel diseases.

Although psoriasis requires a long-term treatment several studies suggest that weight loss, vigorous exercise, and proper diet can combat inflammation, improve psoriasis and keep skin healthy. My numerous psoriasis patients improved significantly after I have altered their daily diet.

Here are the top 4 FOODS THAT IMPROVE PSORIASIS –

  • Flaxseeds, walnuts and pumpkin seeds – These are planted source of Omega -3 fatty acids. Omega- 3 helps in reducing the skin inflammation and controlling the symptoms of psoriasis.
  • Fish such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, and herring contain Omega-3 fatty acids. Eat fish at least twice a week. It reduces skin inflammation and improves the heart health. Reducing inflammation and improving heart health are important for people with psoriasis.
  • Vitamin D fortified milk, yogurt, and orange juice. Also, fish like mackerel and salmon. Egg yolk is rich in vitamin D. Vitamin D may slow the cell growth in psoriasis.
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables like carrots, spinach, sweet potatoes, mangoes, strawberries, and blueberries have shown to reduce skin inflammation.

What to avoid when you have psoriasis?

Reduce foods that can increase the skin inflammation like:

  • Red Meat
  • Dairy products
  • Refined sugars
  • Processed foods
  • Nightshade vegetables, including potatoes, tomatoes, and peppers

Herbs that can improve psoriasis

Best Homeopathy Treatment for Psoriasis –

Homeopathy helps to relieve psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis symptoms without any side effects. Scores of patients at AIS Clinic have reported a very positive outcome when they used our Homeopathy medicines for about 5-7 months.

Homeopathy medicines stop the skin cells from growing too quickly and reduce skin inflammation. Regular treatment helps to keep psoriasis from getting worse or flaring up.

The scope of treatment extends beyond skin symptoms by addressing the underlying stress and depression that are often seen in several patients.

Here’s Dhiraj’s experience after he used homeopathy treatment at AIS Clinic to overcome his Psoriasis.

“I had patches of psoriasis on my scalp, elbows, and abdomen since 6 years. The patches were very itchy and would often pain. After trying several treatments I switched to homeopathy. After using homeopathy medicines for 3 to 4 months my patches healed completely. Now it’s been more than 1 year, I am off the treatment and thankfully there are no relapses.”

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