psoriasis

Relationship between stress and psoriasis

Numerous medical studies have shown that there is a strong relationship between stress and psoriasis. This skin condition gives rise to stress and stress acts as a triggering factor for psoriasis. Thus stress induces psoriasis. This vicious circle aggravates the issue. If steps to break this cycle are adopted, the condition can be brought under control.

How psoriasis causes stress ?

Psoriasis self-care and ayurvedic tips for psoriasis

Changes that occur on skin during psoriasis
It takes 27 days for skin to replace itself with new mature skin cells. But the regions of skin affected by psoriasis the skin replace itself within 3-4 days with plenty of immature skin cells forming thick psoriatic patches.

Self-care for psoriasis

16 Indian ayurvedic Home remedies for Psoriasis

Psoriasis affects both genders. This condition is not infectious. It is a prolonged inflammation of skin. The causes of psoriasis are still unclear. Psoriasis may start at any age. Here are few home remedies and self care tips for psoriasis.

Psoriasis Causes and ayurveda description

Psoriasis is a prolonged inflammation of skin. The causes of psoriasis are still unclear. This condition is neither infectious (Do not spread from one person to another) nor does it affect the general health. It affects both the genders and may start at any age.

Causes for psoriasis – An ayurveda view

Texts of ayurveda explain the causes of psoriasis. These causes are explained below.

RAKTAMOKSHANA (LEECH THERAPY) – MAGIC OF AYURVEDA

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Leech therapy has shown drastic result in patients with Pain disorders, psoriasis, Eczema, Swelling and all other kind of skin infections.

Maharishi Ayurveda Hospital has recently started its RAKTMOKSHAN DEPARTMENT where many chronic diseases are treated by Leech Therapy.

Leeches are 'worms' with suckers on each end. Leeches can range in size from a half of inch to ten inches long. They are brown or black in color. Some feed on decaying plant material. Others are parasites, feeding on blood and tissue of other animals.

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