Tagged: autonomic nervous system

Stressful Job, Raynaud’s disease, Paleo and Vegan Diets Failed – Psoriasis Questions #2

Question I have psoriasis for almost 20 years, tried paleo and vegan diet, gluten-free and dairy-free diet but nothing really worked. My psoriasis is not severe but I have the Raynaud’s disease, nail fungus, social anxiety, worsened memory and hear some “whooshing” sounds. I have normal weight, however I experience also a constipation and bloating. Answer Ear Whooshing I don’t...

Psoriasis and Leaky Gut: It Is Confirmed!

The myth of leaky gut being unscrupulously ignored by researchers and mainstream medicine is one of the most stupid things so called alternative medicine proponents ever said. Leaky gut is not ignored by mainstream medicine or researchers! Leaky gut was scientifically documented and accepted in scientific community long before most of those who are making money by selling ineffective “leaky...

Inflammation Causes The Symptoms Of Psoriasis

Yes, inflammation is what causes the symptoms of psoriasis and other diseases! And we may ask “what is the most common cause of inflammation?“. Well, it is the infection. People do not get it and do not want to believe it because it is so simple. Small intestine is inflamed or there is some kind of dental infection – those...

Nail psoriasis is actually onycholysis.

Psoriasis And The Nail Fungus Cure

In my previous post called “Ringworm causes psoriasis and it is contagious” where I have discussed the suspected psoriasis cause (ANS dysfunction + fungus) and whether it is contagious many people opposed that nobody ever catch the psoriasis from them. They completely ignore the major additional factor – Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) dysfunction – which must be present in order...

Adrenaline: The Effects of Alpha and Beta Adrenergic Receptors on Vasoconstriction and Blood Flow in Psoriasis

Adrenaline plays a big role in psoriasis – whether it is the adrenaline released due to emotional stress or adrenaline released due to hypoglycemic episodes. The levels of adrenaline are statistically higher in psoriatics than healthy people or people with some other skin diseases. There are two types of adrenaline receptors – Alpha and Beta receptors. The two specific types...