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How To Cure Psoriasis Permanently and Fast

To understand how to cure psoriasis permanently, we need to understand what really causes it. Psoriasis is a skin condition but it’s more than that. It’s a serious health concern. The illness is characterized by the oozing sores and blistering scabs that can erupt all over the body.

psoriasis is a chronic non-contagious inflammatory skin disease that is best known for its:

  • silvery-white scales
  • bleeding lesions
  • crusty sores

So now when we know what Psoriasis Is, next question is what causes your skin to suddenly erupt in these nasty pustules? Many researches show that your own autoimmune response might be to blame. Scaly postules and scabs form when something triggers your immune system to go crazy and produce much more skin cells than it needs which then hardens into said postules and scabs. But what could trigger such a rapid response by your skin?

Could your stomach be to blame?

Noone ever thought that severe psoriasis outbreak could be caused by ongoing problems in your stomach and intestines. A new research by Edgard Cayce shows a link between a condition known as “leaky gut” and a scaly psoriasis episode. According to the expert, the main cause of psoriasis can be found in your intestinal tract, where toxins can leech into your body and this causes the severe immune system response. The skin tries to purge toxins through its many different and intricate layers, which causes scabs and sores to form.

Could Arthritis be the cause?

Research shows that Intestines aren’t the only cause of psoriasis – Arthritis might also contribute to it. Almost one-third of all psoriasis sufferers eventually develop some kind of psoriatic arthritis.Those with psoriatic arthritis do not exhibit a rheumatoid factor when their blood is tested, like those with regular forms of arthritis.

That shows that arthritic condition comes from the underlying cause of the skin affliction or psoriasis itself.

Could it be caused by a virus?

Arthritis has been linked to a certain virus and so have other auto-immune disorders. This makes some researchers think that psoriasis could potentially start with a virus which in turn kicks the immune system into a rapid overdrive.

Some other causes to consider;

  • Poor immune system – Skin is not able to repair itself properly without a properly functioning lymphatic system.
  • Your Environment – If your skin is constantly being bombarded with toxins and unfiltered, harmful rays, your immune system might fight back, causing psoriasis outbreaks.
  • Your genes – If someone from your family suffers from the disease, chances are good that you will have it too.

With so many different causes of the illness, It is important that each patient looks at their own risk factors to the triggers of psoriasis which will help find the best treatment.

Incorrect immune system signals might prevent permanent psoriasis cure
The link between your immune system and psoriasis

When a new drug, Cyclosporine, was offered to psoriasis patients, it produced some surprising and unexpected results. The patients who were prescribed the immune-suppressing drug for their arthritis (who also suffered from psoriasis), started to report a decrease in their breakouts. The researchers were faced with a new theory – the Immune system could be causing psoriasis!

Immune systems role on the skin.

To cure psoriasis permanently and fast, you must understand that the immune system is attacking any invaders that try to penetrate the skin and body. Since the skin’s job is to defend your body from a potential invasion, it’s no wonder that immune system works closely with every layer of the skin. Here’s how it all comes together;

  1. Immune cells travel around the body and actively look for any potential dangers.
  2. When something unusual is detected, these little immune system cells send chemical and nervous system signals to the immune system to ready itself for an attack.
  3. To help guard the skin, the immune system will release chemicals that cause the nerves to itch and blood vessels to dilate in preparation for the sudden rush of immune cells.
  4. When the little immune cells finally arrive at the scene, most work to kill the pathogens causing a distress, but few will capture some of the invaders to take back to the headquarters of the immune system where other immune cells are being made to recognize similar attacks in the future.
  5. Inflammation is the body’s way of opening blood vessels to allow more soldier cells to rush to the battlefield.

While the process is entirely normal and happens all the time, people with psoriasis tend to over-produce these helpful immune system cells when the body feels threatened. This overload of immune system cells can be dangerous because they begin to attack not only the bad cells but good ones as well.

Conventional treatments for psoriasis and why they might be bad for you.

Some of the usual treatments your doctor might prescribe to you includes but is not limited to;

  • Phototherapy
  • oral and injection therapy
  • A prescription strength topical treatment
  • over the counter drugs

These treatments may work fine to relieve the symptoms and make you feel better, but they rarely work to actually cure the cause of the disease. This leaves you open to future flare-ups because the cause of the problem is still there. These conventional treatments are “band-aid” solutions – a quick fix to cover up the real problem that’s underneath

Think of it like this; You buy an old, beaten down house. You can paint it to make it look decent, but if you don’t fix the internal problems like leaky plumbing and rotten wood, it will break down eventually and ruin the paint anyway.

It’s still somewhat important to know what help is available and how they might help or hurt your chances of treatment.

Steroids

Internal and topical steroids can both be prescribed to ease psoriasis swelling, inflammation, and itching.

Oral and Injection therapies

These therapies are reserved for hard to treat psoriasis cases and include three main medications;

Methotrexate – MTX is a type of chemotherapy drug that has been shown to help relieve severer

psoriasis. This heavy-duty drug works in two major ways:

  1. to stop plaque building cells from regenerating at such a fast speed
  2. to stop inflammation on white blood cells, which keeps psoriasis lesions from Growing.

Cyclosporine

An immune-suppressing drug that was originally used to help transplant patients beat organ rejection, Cyclosporine helps to inhibit T lymphocyte production so that scaly plaque is unable to grow on the surface of the skin.

Oral Retinoid

Retinoids are Vitamin A based synthetic drugs that fall into two main groups:

Isotretinoins and Acitretins.

Immunomodulators (TIMS)

A non-steroidal treatment for psoriasis, Immunomodulators work by inhibiting a key step in the activation of the T-lymphocyte, a cell found in the immune system that causes some of the changes seen in psoriatic skin lesions and plaguing.

Topical Ointments

Topical ointments are used at the first sign of psoriasis. If caught early enough they can sometimes stave off a full-blown attack. Unfortunately, most people report becoming immune to them when used often, which makes them useless for long-term use. Still, using the occasional cream or gel can help relieve some of your symptoms.

Side Effects to Watch Out For When Using Drug Therapies

Psoriasis drug therapies may offer some relief from your symptoms, but they can also cause some nasty side effects. Although irritation is the most common side effects of these medications, a few more serious ones may include:

  • thinning of the skin – when left go, this can become a real health hazard
  • stretch marks
  • acne-like eruptions
  • dermatitis
  • increased lightening or darkening of the skin
  • inflammation of the hair follicle
  • increased blood vessel formation
  • infection
  • rebound psoriasis
  • loss of effect over time (the drugs simply stop working)

Phototherapy

One of the most effective (and safest) forms of psoriasis treatment help is natural sunlight. When used properly (and in conjunction with other treatment methods), sunlight can help to heal sore and damaged skin as well as rid the body of psoriasis. Phototherapy combines UVB and UVA rays with topical steroids or other ointments for best results.

Dead Sea Salts

Although a common psoriasis healing help in Asia, Dead Sea Salt water is just now becoming popular amongst American dermatologists. Simply soaking in a bath filled with a cup of these slats can offer tremendous relief.

With so many different types of conventional psoriasis therapies available, it can be difficult for patients to gauge whether the relief offered is worth the risk. Discuss both the pros and cons of all medications with your doctor before undergoing any psoriasis Treatment.

Right, now when you understand what conventional treatments you have available, let’s talk about what actually worked for me personally.

I only had psoriasis for about 8 months in which I didn’t treat the illness for 4 months. I had a tennis ball sized, red spot on my elbow which was extremely itchy and became scaly. When I got worried I used a cream which completely cured the symptoms, but as soon as I stopped using the cream, psoriasis came right back. I understood right then and there that I need to find the cause of the disease not cure the symptoms. I decided to cure it holistically.

(Holistic – the treatment of the whole body, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the symptoms of a disease)  

Okay, let’s move on to the next, most important chapter;

Before and after curing psoriasis permanently

Holistic Helps for Healing Psoriasis

It Is true that psoriasis can surprise you without a warning, It can leave the patient frustrated with all the repeat attacks. Every time a new sore or scab appears, you run to the medicine cabinet for another cream, gel or pill. Now it’s time to get off the medication treadmill and use the better, safer and more natural ways to heal your psoriasis laden skin.

When It comes to holistic healing of the disease psoriasis, there is one crucial thing to keep in mind – to heal your skin you must find and heal the underlying issue, not just the symptoms! There is plenty that could be wrong with your body which can cause the skin to break out and that’s why it is of utmost importance to treat your illness from inside out. While this approach can take time, if you need to find some quick reliefs, by all means, go for it.

Your diet matters.

The products you eat can heal your skin or completely destroy any attempt you make at ridding the painful, scaly plaques. Eating a well-balanced diet is crucial to your and your skin’s well being and overall health. Remember – You are what you eat!

Staying away from greasy foods, nightshades, white grains and yeast – laden foods is a good idea.  An 80/20 eating plan based on 80% alkaline based foods and 20% acid based foods is the absolute best for keeping skin psoriasis free.

Vitamins and minerals you should take

To have a good health and a healthy skin and have a chance of curing psoriasis permanently a good mix of vitamins and minerals is important. When your body is being attacked, vitamins and minerals are dispersed to help stop the attack. If you’re missing these vital Minerals and vitamins, your skin will miss the things it needs to heal.

There are 13 vitamins that the body must have to stay healthy. The top five include Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E. The skin needs these vitamins too so that it can work properly. Psoriasis patients especially need the proper amounts of A, D and B vitamins to defend against a psoriasis attack.

Natural and herbal help

Natural herbs should be used to create a number of helpful topical ointments and creams that can both stop the itching and inflammation and pain.

  • Chamomile offers a calming effect on the skin which can reduce symptoms.
  • Lavender oil helps calm irritated nerves and keeps them from sending distress signals to the brain which will release chemicals into the body to induce the itching sensation.
  • Evening primrose is especially helpful in treating dry cracked skin.
  • Flaxseed oil too can be applied topically or taken orally (about one teaspoon per day) to help calm flares.
  • Roots from the saphora plant can also help to prevent itching, while goldenrod is good for healing open cuts and sores on the skin caused by severe psoriasis.

the holistic approach is what helped me boost my immune system and find relief for psoriasis symptoms while also dealing with the internal cause of the illness. This can help to keep flares to a minimum and actually cure your psoriasis once and for all.