Best Psoriasis Treatment
Psoriasis is an immunity related skin disorder. Psoriasis presents itself as reddish skin with clearly defined patches containing silvery scales.
Areas Psoriasis affects: Elbows, Knees, Scalp, Palms & Soles. Nails and Joints in severe cases.
There is no proper cause of Psoriasis found yet. However, Psoriasis condition is worsened or exacerbated by Infections, Alcohol, Stress and certain medications.
There are different types of psoriasis but apart from the difference in locations, Psoriasis in all the types have typical signs and symptoms as dry, red skin covered with white scaly patches which are very clearly defined margins.
Itching may be mild to severe in degree.
In severe cases of cases, joints may be inflamed and in case of Nail Psoriasis, nails are affected.
Plaque Psoriasis :Most common tye of Psoriasis….The plaques are stable , slowly enlarging and remain the same for long periods of time.
Areas of body affected by Psoriasis : Elbows, Knees, Gluteal cleft and Scalp.
Inverse Psoriasis : This type has plaques which are very sharply demarcated . The differentiating factor is Inverse Psoriatic lesions may be moist and without scales due to the intertriginous locations.
Areas affected by Inverse Psoriasis :Axilla, Groin, Below the breasts and Navel. Sometimes affects the scalp, palms and soles.
Guttate Psoriasis : Also referred to as Eruptive Psoriasis.
Most common in children and young adults.
Develops in those with Plaque psoriasis.
They appear as small reddish(erythematous) papules which are scaling.
Pustular Psoriasis :
Areas affected : All over the body or may be localised to plams and soles.
In Pustular psoriasis, the skin is reddish(erythematous) with pustules. Scales are mild to severely present. Fever and pustules are formed frequently and repeatedly.
Scalp Psoriasis : Psoriasis affecting the scalp is one of the most stubborn form of Psoriasis.
The lesions are mild to moderate to severe. Typically it appears in dry red scales from poweder form to thick scales. There is itching involved. Most of the time it is wrongly diagnosed as Dandruff and then Seborrheic dermatitis. Hair fall may be prominent and worrying factor.
Ungual Psoriasis : Psoriasis of the nails of fingers and toes. The nail turn soft, brittle and deformed.
What if ignored?
Early diagnosis of Psoriasis is very easy due to its peculiar appearance but if it is ignored or not treated properly, it leads to spreading the disease to the whole body. It further goes on to affect the nails. In more severity, the joints are inflamed and painful called as Psoriatic Arthritis.
Psoriatic Arthritis is a complication of Psoriasis: Psoriatic Arthritis has 5 subtypes :
- Symmetric Arthritis
- Asymmetric Arthritis
- Dominant interphalangeal predominant(DIP)
- Arthritis mutilans
Why one can go for Homeopathy Treatment?
Homeopathic mode of treatment has a cure for psoriasis as Psoriasis falls into the category of autoimmune diseases, cause-less diseases, immune-mediated diseases and diseases with a genetic component and Homeopathic medicines has action on such diseases.
Positive Homeopathy’s SPECIALITY in dealing with Psoriasis
Since the establishment of Positive Homeopathy Clinics, cases of Psoriasis are one of the most numbers of cases treated very successfully. Doctors put a lot of effort in assessing each individual Psoriasis case with the kind of immense previous experience they have and reach to a perfect solution to allay the suffering of Psoriasis patient. Proper management and care are given and apt advice are regularly updated to the patient to increase the quality of life of Psoriasis patients.
I had the psoriasis for the last 7 years. I have consulted doctor at Positive homeopathy and undergone treatment with in 45 days. Now i almost have no symptoms of the disease. Thanks to Positive Homeopathy.
I had been suffering from psoriasis since 5 years and 2 years ago, I started taking treatment from Positive Homeopathy. Now my problem is almost cleared. Thanks to Dr. Shalini
**Results may vary from patient to patient
Frequently Asked Qustions
1)Why does the skin change in Psoriasis?
Normally, the skin cells are born, grow and are shed every 3 weeks. In psoriasis, the same skin cells tend to grow more rapidly and die within 3 to 5 days. The dead skin is seen in the form of dry thickened silvery scales which fall off in the form of powder or flakes.
How is Psoriasis diagnosed?
Psoriasis is easily diagnosed by the appearance of the skin which is dry red covered with white silvery scales mostly on elbows, knees, scalp, palms& soles.
Does Psoriasis spread by touch or any other means?
No, Psoriasis is not contagious. It doesn’t spread from person to person by any means. But in 30 to 50% of cases, a positive family history is recorded.
Why does Psoriasis suddenly flare-up?
Psoriasis lesions sometimes increase suddenly whenever there are triggering factors involved. Psoriasis is triggered by Stress & Strain, Infections, Alcohol, Certain medications, Skin trauma.
Are there various forms of Psoriasis?
Yes there are different types of Psoriasis.
- Plaque Psoriasis
- Inverse psoriasis
- Guttate Psoriasis (Eruptive Psoriasis)
- Ungual Psoriasis ( Psoriasis of the nails of hand fingers and toes)
- Scalp Psoriasis
- Pustular Psoriasis
How can I control Psoriasis ?
Psoriasis can be cured by best treatment options available in Homeopathy. However control or check of Psoriasis can be done by Avoiding excess dryness of skin (avoid bathing with warm water, use of mild soaps).
- Preventing skin from irritants.
- Maintaining cutaneous hydration.
- Natural UV light exposure.
- Quitting Alcohol and smoking