How Ephedrine, Galantamine and Nicotine Treat Inflammation in Psoriasis

Adrenaline is involved in so many chronic diseases and most doctors have no clue about it. It is not actually the “stress” what destroys the body over time, it is the adrenaline and imbalanced adrenergic receptors what lead to health problems. Psoriasis is just one, but not the only one disease which involves the Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction including the dysfunctional vagus nerve. Long-term stress is adrenaline abuse If you experience a long-term emotional stress you are actually abusing the adrenaline because adrenaline is ultimately released always when we are...

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Liver Flush Debunked, Does Not Work for Psoriasis

The principle of liver flush is quite possibly the most stupid way of natural “healing” which is used for many health conditions including the psoriasis. Do you really think that years of chronic health problems and deteriorating liver function can be treated and reversed by some liver flush and even cure psoriasis? Actually, it is impossible. The idea behind the liver flush is to: relax the smooth muscle with Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) soften the gallstones with apple juice (malic acid) drink some oil to make the liver produce more

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Dead Sea Vacation for Psoriasis May Cause High Cholesterol

This post is to show you how easy it is to get misdiagnosed on cholesterol blood tests due to increased intake of iodine. Whether you go on a vacation by the sea or supplement the iodine from the bottle the results may be exactly the same. You can read about the effects of iodine on cholesterol and atherosclerotic plaque formation in my previous post “Iodine dissolves atherosclerotic plaque thus increasing cholesterol levels”. So read this article while keeping this in mind: Iodine supplementation often leads to high cholesterol levels in

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Psoriasis and Overeating – Binge Eating Is a Dopaminergic Problem

There is a difference between obesity and being overweight due to overeating. I think about the obesity quite differently. In my opinion obesity is caused by different metabolic problems which make the body store excessive amounts of fat and water weight. Sure we can not gain more fat than we eat calories but the problem is that in obesity the body may have the problems with utilization of energy from food so it is quickly stored as fat. If you have psoriasis you should know that being overweight, overeating and

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Obesity is Caused by Leaky Gut and Endotoxin Induced Inflammation

Even though obesity is considered as a risk factor of psoriasis the truth is that both conditions have usually the same underlying cause – endotoxin induced inflammation. Being overweight is considered as a problem of overeating rather than a real disease which should be addressed properly. Gaining the fat from eating excessive amounts of calories is not the same as gaining the weight (fat and water-weight) due to inflammation as it is present in obese people. During the inflammation the whole body and metabolic pathways are significantly altered – some

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