Category: Psoriasis Cause

Difference: Rheumatoid vs Psoriatic Arthritis

Does it really matter? I don’t think so, in my opinion the both diseases are the same thing. Actually I don’t know if the underlying cause and processes are really identical to each other, but how could I know since there are no strict tests for any of those two diagnoses? For me what counts the most is that people...

Inflammation Caused by Stealth Infection

Even though at this point I am sure that psoriasis is caused by hypercoagulation often caused by endotoxins leaking through the damaged small intestine to the blood, in this post I am going to explain this process in more interesting way. What is psoriasis or what accompanies the psoriasis? – Inflammation! And what is the point to trigger the inflammation?...

Our Body Pushes the Toxins Out Through the Skin? No!

When I started researching psoriasis that was the question I had seriously considered as the real cause of psoriasis. Well, actually not so seriously but I had not dismissed it completely. The theory about general toxicity and inability of the liver to get rid of those toxins is something that sounds so simple, clever and it became almost the common...

Nicotine Cleared Up Psoriasis

Smoking is well known risk factor for developing a psoriasis. I am not saying that the chances of developing psoriasis are a lot higher in smokers but studies proved that in the end there is a higher chance.[2,3] Sure a lot of people who developed psoriasis don’t smoke and never did since as you will find out in the next...

Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction Causes

OK, so according to my theory about psoriasis pathogenesis there is the underlying Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction that allows the skin infecting pathogens to cause dry, red, itchy and scaling plaques to appear. As I have mentioned before it is quite possible that psoriasis is some kind of fungal infection of the skin that tricks the nerves in the skin...