Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease affecting the skin and joints.

When it affects the skin it commonly appears as red scaly elevated patches called plaques. Psoriasis plaques frequently occur on the elbows and knees, but can affect any area of skin including the scalp and genital area. Psoriasis can vary in severity, from minor localised patches to extensive or even complete skin coverage. Fingernails and toenails are often affected. This

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Any bacteria do not cause psoriasis.

No virus or fungus causes it. It is not a contagious disease. There is nothing but body that decides if you will get psoriasis or not. A gene is responsible for psoriasis. Those who have that gene may get psoriasis if it is triggered.Psoriasis – common triggersThe common triggers of psoriasis are sunburn, stress, skin injury, some medications, infections, smoking,

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Psoriasis is a very bad skin condition if it flares severely.

Only the patient knows what he/she is undergoing. There is no way to share the trauma of skin falling and itching. The application of medication tires the patient after some time. One wants to run away from it but cannot. How to get relief from psoriasis? Let us talk about it.Psoriasis- acceptance To accept that I have psoriasis and it

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It is a skin problem which is not contagious.

Many people have suffered from this condition. There are five types of psoriasis, affecting different parts of your body. All these types of psoriasis have different symptoms. The area which gets affected becomes scaly with small red spots causing itchiness. It is a lifelong battle with this disease, as currently there are no cures for this skin problem. These are

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The types of psoriasis medications.

The types of psoriasis medications used for treatment depends on how severe the case of psoriasis is, and how the person has re.sponded to previous medications and treatment   Most of the time, psoriasis medication starts with topical creams, ointments and salves, then moves on to Ultraviolet (UV) light treatment. Sometimes the UV light treatment is combined with topical creams

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A Description of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a usual skin disease that comes as lesions with white scales on the skin and also leads to weakening of skins and joints. It is a chronic disease that is characterized by red, silvery, thick and scaled patches on the skin. It is a poorly understood condition that affects the skin and also at times the nails whose

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Summer is stressful for Psoriasis sufferers

Psoriasis is a noncontagious disease of the immune system that causes red, scaly patches to develop on some or all areas of the skin. According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, close to five million adults in the U.S. have psoriasis, and up to 260,000 are diagnosed every year. The disease can be painful and disabling, both physically and emotionally.  

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You Suffer from Psoriasis?

If you suffer from Psoriasis then you will be interested in this  video presentation above. The video shows you some unique and rare tips on how to eliminate psoriasis and achieve complete freedom from inflamed itchy skin, silvery scales, burning or bleeding that occur around your joints in 30-60 days! I know you are are probably skeptical but this is

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A personal experience with Psoriasis

The purpose of this article is to tell the world what I have learned from my own personal experience about an inexpensive and effective treatment for eczema.   Because psoriasis is a very similar affliction, there’s a good chance that this treatment would be effective for psoriasis too. Eczema is a skin irritation characterized by red, flaky skin that sometimes

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Allergic to pets

People can become allergic to pets because of proteins from animal hair, urine or saliva. Pets which can cause allergies are dogs, cats, chicken, mice, rats, cows, horses, hamsters, guinea pig and birds. Allergic reaction can attack the respiratory system, eyes which can result in hay fever, urticaria, asthmatic symptoms, eye symptoms or eczema. Hay fever makes the patient develop

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