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Ways On How To Treat Psoriasis

Author : Margaret James

Submitted : 2011-03-16 05:27:47    Word Count : 528    Popularity:   10

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Psoriasis is a chronic type of non-contagious disease and is characterized by over-proliferated lesions which are inflamed, together with scabs of dead skin in a silvery-white color. This disease most commonly affects women as well as fair-skinned people, with the onset of symptoms occurring at about twenty eight years of age. Since the body is unable to shed the old skin as swiftly as it should be while the brand new cells rise to the surface, there will be patches of dead skin that will develop in different areas of the body such as the arms, elbows, legs, back and many more. It is important to look into the fundamentals of this disease before we delve into the depths of how to treat psoriasis.

The various types of psoriasis are distinguished based on the effected areas of the body, the severity of the symptoms, and the duration and appearance of the scales. To illustrate, plaque psoriasis (often referred to as psoriasis vulgaris) has a presence of tiny, reddish bumps that will become inflamed, grow larger and will ultimately form into scales. The scales on the topmost area can easily be removed but the scales under the skin surface tend to cluster together. The etiologic cause of psoriasis is not known, however, research says that it is caused by an assortment of varying factors like genetic predisposition to psoriasis, stress, cold temperature exposure, infection, use of steroids and immunosuppressive agents and mechanical stress. In order to determine how to treat psoriasis, a definitive diagnosis has to be established first.

Diagnosis for this chronic disease relies on the appropriate medical history and physical examination being taken. Following the correct diagnosis, necessary means on how to treat psoriasis is initiated. Try soaking the affected area in warm water with chamomile or alternatively, warm salt water. Additionally, drinking hot tea alongside burdock root, dandelion and balsam pear may be beneficial - up to three cups or even more in a day should be practiced habitually. Intake of evening primrose oil in capsular form is also necessary.

Generally, the type of lifestyle, health, age as well the gravity of the condition and areas affected will impact on the kind of treatment to be used to lessen inflammation and reduce the production of new skin cells. Since the way in which one is affected by psoriasis differs from person to person, healthcare specialists have made it a point to put together various interventions on how to treat psoriasis, in order to provide the most effective treatment for each individual. In mild to moderate cases of psoriasis, steroid creams and topical ointments can be used. For psoriasis that is quite extensive, the so-called photochemotherapy treatment is administered, which is a combination of medication and predisposition to UVA. In cases where psoriasis has become severe, methotrexate either in injection or pill form is used to lessen the symptoms. There may be a lot of treatment forms for this type of disease, but one has to make certain that the most suitable treatment is provided.

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