Questionnaire to find out the possible cause of your psoriasis

Since people in e-mails or on Facebook ask me for some advice I put together this list of questions that can help me give them the best answer I can.

If you would like me to give you some advice just copy the next questions along with your answers and send me an e-mail on info@psoriasisdietplan.com

 

What parts of your body are affected?

  • Face?
  • Scalp?
  • Hands?
  • Forearms?
  • Elbows?
  • Arms?
  • Chest?
  • Back?
  • Abdominal area?
  • Legs?
  • Knees?
  • Is your psoriasis symmetrical (same pattern on the face, both elbows, both knees, etc..)?
  • Do you have more GUTTATE like patches or PLAQUE psoriasis?

Lifestyle related questions

  • How old are you?
  • Are you male or female?
  • What is your weight in lbs/kg?
  • How long do you have psoriasis?
  • How old were you when your psoriasis started?
  • Did you experience any major psychological stress around the time (or up to 2 years before) psoriasis appeared for the first time?
  • Did you ever take any drugs prior the onset of psoriasis – antibiotics, beta blockers, NSAIDs – painkillers, steroids,…?
  • Did you have some dental procedure done before the time your psoriasis appeared?
  • Did you have any surgery done before your psoriasis appeared?
  • Did you drink alcohol regularly before the onset of your psoriasis?
  • Did you smoke regularly before the onset of psoriasis?

Other symptoms

  • What prescription drugs/treatments did you try for psoriasis?
  • What natural treatments did you try for psoriasis?
  • Do you have some other diagnoses? What?
  • Does psoriasis or any other diagnose run in your family?
  • Do you have root canals, serious tooth decays or gum infection?
  • Do you experience any digestive issues like heartburn or bloating?
  • Do you have any food sensitivities?
  • Do you have brain fog – slow thinking, inability to keep focus on things?
  • Do you gain weight unintentionally or very easily?
  • Do you lose weight unintentionally or very easily?
  • Do you have nail fungus or some other fungal infection?
  • What are your blood sugar levels?
  • Do you feel stressed out on a daily basis for no reason?
  • Do you wake up in the middle of the night to go to bathroom?
  • Do you sweat during the night?

8 thoughts on “Questionnaire to find out the possible cause of your psoriasis

  • August 17, 2016 at 9:37 pm
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    Face? No
    Scalp? Maybe, noticing dandruff
    Hands? Light spots of eczema on tips
    Forearms? No/had eczema
    Elbows? No/had eczema
    Arms? No/had eczema
    Chest? No
    Back? Yes/2 small spots
    Abdominal area? No
    Legs?Yes/both shins
    Knees? No
    Is your psoriasis symmetrical (same pattern on the face, both elbows, both knees, etc..)?
    No
    Do you have more GUTTATE like patches or PLAQUE psoriasis?
    On shins look like acne bumps now but was plaque before

    How old are you? 31
    Are you male or female? male
    What is your weight in lbs/kg?122, have lost 23lbs past 6months
    How long do you have psoriasis? 4yrs
    How old were you when your psoriasis started? 27
    Did you experience any major psychological stress around the time (or up to 2 years before) psoriasis appeared for the first time? Yes/major stress
    Did you ever take any drugs prior the onset of psoriasis – antibiotics, beta blockers, NSAIDs – painkillers, steroids,…? No
    Did you have some dental procedure done before the time your psoriasis appeared? No
    Did you have any surgery done before your psoriasis appeared? No
    Did you drink alcohol regularly before the onset of your psoriasis? No
    Did you smoke regularly before the onset of psoriasis? No

    What prescription drugs/treatments did you try for psoriasis? Strong cortisone cream from Dr.
    What natural treatments did you try for psoriasis? Diet, pagano diet. 90% gone
    Do you have some other diagnoses? What? Little marks of eczema
    Does psoriasis or any other diagnose run in your family? no
    Do you have root canals, serious tooth decays or gum infection? no
    Do you experience any digestive issues like heartburn or bloating? I did before diet 6 months ago
    Do you have any food sensitivities? No/however have not tried gluten, dairy, junk food, meats in 6 months
    Do you have brain fog – slow thinking, inability to keep focus on things? no
    Do you gain weight unintentionally or very easily? Hard to gain weight
    Do you lose weight unintentionally or very easily? yes
    Do you have nail fungus or some other fungal infection? no
    What are your blood sugar levels? Really normal per dr. 2 months ago
    Do you feel stressed out on a daily basis for no reason? sometimes
    Do you wake up in the middle of the night to go to bathroom?yes everynight
    Do you sweat during the night?no

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    • August 22, 2016 at 7:08 pm
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      Use e-mail as stated in the article.

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  • October 10, 2016 at 4:24 pm
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    Hello!

    Nuno Torrete from Portugal.

    A question: dental infection causes psoriasis? Then it may also cause other diseases as the vitiligo.

    What is your opinion?

    Thank you.

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    • October 10, 2016 at 7:17 pm
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      Yes, dental infections cause a lot of health problems – including cancer, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis, psoriasis, vitiligo, fibromyalgia, migraines,… actually anything.

      It is all about the toxicity of toxins produced by bacteria and inflammation induced by those bacteria.

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  • October 11, 2016 at 11:30 am
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    Good afternoon!

    Thanks for your response.

    I have vitiligo since 2000 and I think the food is very important for the treatment of this disease (or at least control it).

    In your opinion, what foods, teas, seeds, substances must always take every day? Without missing a day !! As a ritual !!

    I ask you one more help …

    Thank you

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    • October 11, 2016 at 1:21 pm
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      Most chronic developed health problems are caused by – dental infection or digestive tract infection (SIBO, yeast).

      Both of these infections cause inflammation in the body.

      Generally, I would take B-complex (Jarrow B-Right), lecithin and artichoke for bile flow regularly. These 3 supplements may improve a lot of cases of many different chronic health problems.

      But it is important to correct the magnesium, calcium, zinc,… levels if there is really bad digestion like very low stomach acid.

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  • January 21, 2017 at 11:50 pm
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    Have you used some of these tactics to treat your own psoriasis with success?

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    • January 24, 2017 at 12:27 pm
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      Sure, even though sometimes the progress may be a little bit tricky.

      The fact is that people vary in some parts of their underlying problem of their psoriasis. That’s why one needs this and the other that.

      B-vitamin deficiency, adrenal problems, SIBO, yeast infection, low bile flow, ammonia toxicity, heavy metal toxicity, fatty acids deficiency, kidney problems,… all those contribute to psoriasis.

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