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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...

How High Cortisol Cause Psoriasis

Psoriasis sufferers are not the only who might benefit from reading this cortisol related article. Everybody who developed psoriasis or any other chronic health problem after a stressful period or event in his life might found following information very useful. This article about cortisol and psoriasis will be a little bit difficult to understand completely so you may want to read it twice but I think it is worthy to understand the ideas and evidence presented here in the next...

Lymphatic System Congestion, Adrenal “Fatigue” and Liver in Psoriasis

Psoriasis is considered to be a very complex disease involving the lymphatic system congestion, adrenal fatigue and liver dysfunction. It all depends upon the perspective you want to look at these symptoms together named as psoriasis. Science has proved many times that chronic inflammatory diseases are caused by inflammation… Well, what else could cause inflammatory diseases, right? The drugs whether prescription or over-the-counter, both are relatively very effective for psoriasis and other chronic inflammatory diseases and they put those diseases...

Zinc Deficiency Causes Inflammation, Pain and Anxiety Not Only in Psoriatics

Zinc deficiency in psoriatics is well known and was confirmed by multiple studies. Actually when “380 patients with alopecia areata, alopecia androgenetica, psoriasis vulgaris, vitiligo, rosacea, venous ulcer and atopic eczema, [were] compared with 31 healthy people” the serum zinc levels were low in all diagnoses.[15] Supplementation may be inevitable due to higher loss of zinc as well as possibly decreased assimilation due to intestinal inflammation and weak digestive capabilities of the stomach.[13,14] Another problem is a high intake of...