Category: Conditions

Rhea Cured Her Psoriasis In 3 Months

Psoriasis can be cured and here is another testimonial from one of my readers – Rhea! I had plaque psoriasis on my elbows for 7 years, starting when I was 27. My aunt has lifelong moderate to severe psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, so I was pretty worried about it. When I was 34 I has a series of events that led me to develop guttate psoriasis all over my body. First my mom died, a few months later I got...

How AIDS Leads To Psoriasis

Psoriasis is reported to be more prevalent in HIV infected population compared to HIV negative population. What is a paradox the scientists are trying to resolve? How is it that immunocompromised patients develop the disease which is considered to be caused by overactive immune system…? There are only two possible reasonable explanations which come to my mind: Psoriasis is not a disease of immune system in the first place or HIV infection does not cause the breakdown of all immune...

Alcohol Is Not As Bad For Psoriasis As You Think

Alcohol is considered to be a risk factor for psoriasis but most people do not know why and how it may induce or worsen psoriasis. Now let me explain that… Alcohol directly does not cause psoriasis but at the same time it may significantly worsen it. Endotoxemia is perhaps the worst acute problem caused by alcohol consumption. The biggest part in psoriasis development in most people is probably the liver function. Liver is a major “biochemical factory” so when you...

Sinusitis, Pituitary Tumor and Psoriasis Caused By Fungal Infection

Whether you have psoriasis, sinusitis, pituitary tumor or unfortunately all of those this blog post may come very handy to you. This will be about the ignorance, low professional intelligence and poor researching and professional qualities of many doctors out there. Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease which is impossible to cure according to very most doctors in the world. Yes, we all know that and this blog is about all but the different view on this complex disease. But...