Tagged: cortisol

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...

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...

Licorice Root May Cool Off the Inflammation

Licorice is well known plant which is able to suppress the conversion of cortisol to cortisone. This effect may significantly help with healing of psoriasis. The result is that increased levels of cortisol in your blood may suppress the strong immune reactions which are present in psoriasis. Suppressed immunity leads to less inflammation which may be good if you won’t...

Inflammation Causes The Symptoms We Call Diseases

Yes, inflammation is what causes the symptoms and that is true even for psoriasis! 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...

Intestinal Bacteria Increase the Cortisol Production

Adrenal fatigue is supposedly linked to cortisol levels imbalances and measuring the cortisol levels whether in blood or saliva as part of assessing the health status is very popular. But what causes the cortisol release? Heavy exercise, infections, trauma or emotional stress, sleep deprivation, calorie restriction, coffee and endotoxins of course. People usually blame low cortisol levels to “fatigued” adrenals...