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Potentially Unsafe Legal Stimulants, Anti-Depressants and Anti-Anxiety Supplements

A lot of people with chronic diseases including psoriasis are trying to find some magic supplement or drug which could at least improve their health. Some of them may become easily acutely unsafe and the others may cause long-term negative side effects which are not necessarily life-threatening. The next list is compiled according to my experiences what people are the most interested in. Keep in mind that EVERY substance in the world including the water has its lethal dose. Therefore...

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...

Adrenaline production in stress is actually drug abuse.

How Ephedrine, Galantamine and Nicotine Treat Inflammation in Psoriasis

Adrenaline is involved in so many chronic diseases and most doctors have no clue about it. It is not actually the “stress” what destroys the body over time, it is the adrenaline and imbalanced adrenergic receptors what lead to health problems. Psoriasis is just one, but not the only one disease which involves the Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction including the dysfunctional vagus nerve. Long-term stress is adrenaline abuse If you experience a long-term emotional stress you are actually abusing the...

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 lines it is more about the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) dysfunction than about the toxins from cigarettes. If we put...