Psoriasis Homeopathic treatment

 








Are you tormented from red scaly patches over your skin that fixes peoples eyes at you causing embarrassment? In that case this could be a symptom of "Psoriasis", a recurring inflammatory unsightly skin condition. In Psoriasis victims skin cells reproduce at an unusually expeditious pace. This causes cells to assemble on the skin's surface instead of shedding, manifesting patchy lesions identified as Psoriasis. Psoriasis patches are found on scalp, face, behind ears, chest, elbows, palms, finger nails, lower back, genitals, knees, legs, soles and toenails. Living with Psoriasis can be physically and emotionally challenging. In addition to its physical outcome on skin, Psoriasis can also have a devastating influence on your emotional, psychological and social well being. The name of the disease is derived from the Greek word 'psora' which means 'itch'. In ancient Hahnemanian days, diseases were categorised into three miasms - psora, syphilis and sycosis. They called itch and functional diseases as psora; complicated, destructive and veneral diseases as syphilis; and fig wart and tumourous diseases as sycosis. Syphilis and sycosis usually arise complicating the initial psora. Psoriasis is one of the most maltreated diseases from olden days, which continues now with the search of a good remedy. Psoriasis is a non-contagious, dry, inflammatory, ugly skin disorder, which can involve the entire system of a person. This disease is chronic in nature with a tendency to relapse. It is mostly inherited. In this disease, the skin keeps scaling as flakes, due to rapid, excessive multiplication of the epidermis cells which look like fishy skin (plaques thick accumulation of silvery, scaly skins) and finally peels off as exfoliation. The silvery plaques are caused by accelerated regeneration of skin due to a rapid destructive process. It will not spread from one person to another by contact, but can be transmitted genetically (25 per cent).



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